Prioritizing adaptable solutions
Few firms share Baskervill’s diverse educational project portfolio. As a partner in the work of educational institutions, we get to know each client’s distinctive learning philosophy, operational goals, and strategic plans. We provide programming, feasibility studies, space planning, and campus planning, as well as architectural, engineering, and design services for comprehensive renovations and new build academic and administrative buildings.
Learning environments are not one-size-fits-all and our approach to them isn’t either. In our work with private and public colleges and universities alike, we prioritize durable, sustainable solutions that can adapt and flex as needs change; because learning is a continually evolving endeavor.
Building Envelope + Forensics
Historic + Adaptive Reuse
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AIA, LEED AP
Known for his easy-going charisma, principal Jay Woodburn, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is a self-proclaimed technical architect who loves the nuts and bolts of design. For Jay, the joy in design comes from seeing a process through from start to finish. In his 20 years with the firm, Jay has become the go-to project executive for large, fast-paced projects where close teamwork and collaboration are essential, as well as highly technical adaptive reuse projects. Clients and consultants alike appreciate his level-headed approach to solving problems, his hands-on BIM expertise and Revit integration, and his enthusiastic demeanor.
AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Associate | Architect
Giving clients the best possible experience is Ashley’s number one priority as an architect and project manager. Her leadership—and design—philosophy is straightforward yet effective: Show up, work hard, and get it done. And that’s exactly what she does on every project she joins, from cutting-edge research buildings to NCAA softball stadiums. For Ashley, no problem is too large to be solved with a healthy dose of optimism and teamwork.
Associate | Design Director
Matthew Marsili’s award-winning retail and hospitality design paved the way for his work in Baskervill’s Workplace studio. With an intuitive ability to design lively shared spaces for collaboration, Matthew’s work consistently turns heads and earns recognition from clients, collaboraters, and users. His immersive approach translates a client’s brand essence and vision into their physical environment through thoughtful touches and details. Matthew can be found guiding the interiors team toward higher standards every day with passion and zest.
AIA, LEED AP BD+C
With the philosophy that the most powerful designs are those that are contextual, Anca brings passion and precision to her role as architect and Studio Director. A scholarly designer with a global perspective, her wealth of knowledge has led her to share the world of architecture with others through the ACE Mentor program, AIA Front Porch, Architecture Week, and other community outreach programs and student architecture camps for the past 15 years. She currently serves on the AIA Virginia Board of Directors.
T.K. has nearly 30 years of experience designing electrical systems for hospitality, corporate, retail and government clients. His guiding philosophy—to engineer with intent—steers clients toward budget-friendly solutions that work for the long haul. T.K. is a leader in the electrical engineering industry, staying actively involved in the National Society of Professional Engineers. A diehard football fan who loves a good tackle, T.K. knows the value of keeping an eye on the prize.
Eric Haley believes that integrated design approaches are simply good for business. As director of engineering, Eric leads collaborative teams to deliver comprehensive solutions where form and function are equals. A powerful advocate for sustainability, Eric works closely with clients to help them understand not only the environmental benefits of going green but the financial savings they’ll see over the lifetime of their systems, making sustainability measure achievable for all. A renaissance man who loves tennis, cooking, and Star Wars, Eric brings an approachable and relatable perspective to his work on complex systems for projects large and small.