Bertha Martinez is a technical architect with over 36 years of professional experience in all phases of project development. She believes that great architecture is achieved when innovative designs are executed with technical precision, and is adept at coordinating and documenting concepts to maintain design excellence through construction. Bertha particularly enjoys collaborating with multidisciplinary teams, and fosters a proactive and participatory environment for each of her projects. Some of her notable projects include the Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk Medical Tower at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett in Everett, Washington; Seattle Children’s Building Hope: Cancer and Critical Care Expansion; mixed-use projects for Vulcan Inc.; and SECO Development’s Southport Office Development in Renton, Washington. She earned a Master of Architecture from The Ohio State University and a Bachelor of Design in Architecture from the University of Florida/Florida A&M University.