Jess Werbeach

 

Ms. Werbeach received a National Merit Scholarship to attend the University of Cincinnati to complete her Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree in 2014 and her Master of Architecture degree in 2017.

 

During her time in school, she held a wide variety of internship positions that gave her experience with civic, retail, historic preservation, and adaptive reuse projects.

 

She focused elective work in a Sustaining the Urban Environment concentration, contributing to Living Building Challenge and LEED project development and documentation.

 

Her Master’s thesis developed patterns of architectural language to synthesize positive interventions for special education adaptive reuse projects.

 

Ms. Werbeach enjoys spending time in the Highland Park neighborhood where she lives with her fiancé Brian.

Notable Projects

 

Historic Preservation

Tarrytown Light House, Tarrytown, NY

Lyndhurst Bowling Alley, Tarrytown, NY

 

Adaptive Reuse 

Hotel Covington, Covington, KY

Woods Hardware Store, Cincinnati, OH

Civic 

Warren County Common Pleas Courthouse, Lebanon, OH

Justice Drive Office Building, Lebanon, OH Ludlow

Train-Viewing Platform, Ludlow, KY

Cultural 

Cincinnati Fire Museum, Cincinnati, OH

Grailville Retreat Center, Loveland, OH

Carnegie Science Center, Pittsburgh, PA

 

Multi-Family

Murray Avenue Condominiums, Pittsburgh, PA

Covington Scattered Sites, Covington, OH