Caitlin has been with Zerr Berg Architects since 2016. Caitlin acts as a creative problem solver for her clients. She designs spaces with their aesthetic, needs, and functionality in mind. She is involved in a project throughout its many life stages and facilitates effective and clear communication between each member of the project team to ensure that the result matches the client’s wants and needs. Caitlin has a degree in Interior Design with a minor in Landscape Architecture from North Dakota State University. Outside of work, she likes volunteering at her church, doing yoga, baking, exploring new coffee shops, going to farmer’s markets, and spending time outside.
What made you want to work here?
I was drawn to all the community projects that the firm takes on. I like projects that have a positive local impact like schools and senior living facilities.
In your own words, describe your job.
I am a creative problem solver. I plan spaces, create casework and furniture layouts, pull finish selections, collaborate on drawings for construction, create 3D visuals of a space, visit job sites and showrooms, and partner with the design team to create a beautifully designed, aesthetically pleasing, functional space for a client.
What’s a type of project that you have always wanted to work on?
I’ve always wanted to work on a historic preservation project. I love design elements with a bit of history to them – stained glass, decorative moldings, and other building features are stunning. Being a part of that preservation would be very cool!