Jerry A. Isaksen, AIA

Project Manager

As Project Manager, I work with owners, community groups, advisory committees, various jurisdictions, project consultants, firm principals, architects, designers, spec writers, and staff to provide an efficient process for the project development. I believe feedback from various groups is vital to the understanding of how each group works and lives which provides a framework and balance for the needs of the collective group. The result is the creation of livable, workable, exceptional spaces that inspire the end-user.

I believe that community within “architecture” is a collaboration of a diverse group working together for a greater purpose. This may be found within the workplace or created around an idea or a vision. For me, the transformational power of architecture is experienced through witnessing people enthusiastically experiencing the built environment that was once a simple idea.

I aspire to be a man of integrity and accountability in both my personal and professional life. I am involved in many mentoring groups. I enjoy helping others to succeed and work to be an example to those around me.


Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies, Washington State University
Bachelor of Architecture, Washington State University
Licensed Architect; Washington