Gina G. Hilberry, AIA LEED-AP CCS
Consulting Senior Architect
Ms. Hilberry is president and principal architect of Cohen Hilberry Architects, an Adjunct Lecturer at Washington University in St. Louis and consulting architect to the Institute for Human Centered Design. She has been providing architectural services related to historic preservation, renovation, conversion, new construction and accessibility since beginning her professional career in the early 1980s. Her completed projects include public improvements, neighborhood master plans, recreational facilities, single and multi-family projects, and renovation of churches, schools, hotels and offices. Her emphasis has been on accessibility, sustainability and affordability to both developers and long term building users and owners. Her practice includes accessibility evaluations, compliance plans, and consulting services to fellow professionals, attorneys and owner’s representatives.
In addition to her practice, Ms Hilberry regularly teaches and lectures on design and regulatory issues pertaining to universal design and accessibility in public spaces and building projects. Her commitments outside her firm and students have included working with the Federal Access Board on the Public Rights-of-Way Access Advisory Committee (PROWAAC) and with the International Code Council on the ANSI A117 Standards where she co-chairs the current committee; 2008 Edition Development Committee. She is a certified ICC Accessibility Inspector/Plans Examiner and a LEED accredited professional.