Cassandra Wallace, AIA | NCARB

Project Manager, Architect

Cassandra became an architect with the dream of making an impact on people’s everyday lives. The oldest of five, she was raised in a small farm town in Indiana. Cassandra grew up watching “This Old House” and “The New Yankee Workshop” and sketching out the floor plans for her mom’s dream house. She realized at a young age that being an architect is an amazing way to help shape our world and try to make it a better place. After watching her parents and developing a prevailing work ethic at a young age, she headed to Kansas State then eventually found herself in St. Louis. She has a passion for organization, details, and spreadsheets.

When Cassandra isn’t in the office, you can find her with her husband, wrangling their three young children. She’s also an avid knitter and enjoys channeling her inner grandma.

Credentials

American Institute of Architects

NCARB Certified

OSHA 10 Certified

Registered Architect in Missouri

Education

Master of Architecture | Kansas State University | 2008

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I wanted to be an architect when I grew up because I wanted to do something that would make an impact on peoples’ everyday lives. I remember watching “This Old House” & “The New Yankee Workshop” everyday with my mom & sketching out the floor plans for her dream house. Being an architect is an amazing way to help shape our world & try to make it a better place.
— CW