Rachelle joined Utile in 2021 as an Architect & Project Manager, bringing with her a decade of experience in a variety of project types and scales. She currently oversees a range of projects focusing on affordable, sustainable, multifamily housing for mission-driven organizations.
Rachelle previously worked at several boston-based architecture firms encompassing civic, institutional, residential, and educational projects. At Bruner/Cott, she was the project architect for the Children’s Museum & Theatre of Maine, a major community and cultural anchor for the redevelopment of Thompson’s Point in Portland, Maine. She was also the project architect for the Yale Divinity Regenerative Village, a multi-use residential development with 155-units on a 19-acre site that is targeting Living Building certification. Her project experience also includes adaptive reuse and renovation projects, planning, programming, and feasibility studies.
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