Julie Romig, AIA, LEED Green Associate
Julie discovered a passion for architecture while restoring Civilian Conservation Corps cabins during her first summer job. In pursuit of an architecture degree, she left her beloved Oregon and traveled to Drury University in Springfield, Missouri, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Art History in 2005. A formative year, of her time away from Oregon, was spent studying architecture in Greece and Denmark, traveling through Europe, and interning at a Mycenaean archaeological site in Greece.
After graduating, Julie returned to Oregon to work for a local non-profit organization, Northwest Youth Corps, teaching youth conservation and work skills. In 2009, Julie combined her love of design and her passion to serve her community, joining Bergsund DeLaney Architecture to work on the design of multi-family, affordable housing. As a licensed architect, she continues to focus on conservation through the sustainable design of buildings.
An avid outdoor enthusiast, Julie can usually be found on a mountain trail hiking, cycling, skiing, or snowshoeing with her husband and their dog.