Jennifer T. Wolf, Assoc. AIA
In 25 years of professional experience, Jennifer Wolf has designed and documented new construction, interior fit-out, and renovation projects. Her strong project management and construction administration skills are characterized by an ability to effectively communicate with confidence. Dependable and hard-working, Jennifer multi-tasks with ease and resolves challenges with poise and calm.
Jennifer particularly enjoys renovation projects where she can envision the potential in outdated or underutilized spaces. Her work at BKP has included multiple college and university dining renovations, where her thoughtfulness about how people negotiate a space, choose meal items, and enjoy the dining experience has enriched spaces with ease of use and a sense of fun. Jennifer remains BKP’s lead renderer, able to generate 3D models and drawings that help her BKP colleagues resolve conflicts and refine designs while aiding clients in understanding concepts with realistic imagery.
Renovation and creativity also mark Jennifer’s personal life. She and her architect husband renovated their century-old house in Bryn Mawr and enjoy completing small construction projects for the house and their young son. They recently built a 30-foot raised garden out of reclaimed wood from their neighborhood and are conceptualizing an elaborate model train setup. A former set painter, Jennifer also enjoys painting and gardening. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Drexel University and is an Associate member of the American Institute of Architects.