Erin Urffer is a recent graduate of Thomas Jefferson University. After receiving her Bachelor of Architecture degree with a minor in Sustainability in 2018, she joined MY Architecture in 2018. Erin has plunged into productive work on large scale building projects. As an intern architect she has had an integral role in two sixty million dollar plus projects, the Hamilton Apartments, Phases I and II. She will soon qualify to take the architectural qualifying exam and become a registered architect in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Erin spent a semester at Copenhagen’s Danish Institute for Study Abroad exploring the architecture of Europe. In 2018 she was on one of 40 student teams at the Race to Zero Student Design Competition hosted by the Department of Energy at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. She is skilled in the programs required of an intern architect, including Microsoft Office Word and Excel, Revit, AutoCAD, and SketchUp, and is the office resource on BIM modeling coordination and file sharing.