Veronica Plischke, AIA

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Education

  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute + State University, Bachelor of Architecture with a Minor in Urban Policy and Planning

Experience

  • 6 years in the Industry

Registrations

  • Architect MD
  • NCARB Certification

Associations

  • American Institute of Architects
  • Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums
  • Dream Design Activate

Veronica joined MCA in 2014 and, in her short career, has acquired a vast portfolio of project types and has worked on a number of unique and challenging projects. Veronica graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Architecture with a minor in Urban Policy and Planning. While attending Virginia Tech, she spent a semester abroad in Switzerland. During her time abroad, Veronica took advantage of the opportunity and traveled all throughout Europe gaining a new perspective on design through the array of environments and use of materials. Throughout college, Veronica focused on how architecture and planning affect and are effected by the environment and tries to use this knowledge to support sustainable practices both in design and in life.

Veronica designs and manages projects in all of MCA’s sectors, but her passion lies with Museum and National Park Service work. She has had the opportunity to work on several major museum renovations including the Baltimore Museum of Art and Harvard University’s Dumbarton Oaks. She has also completed a number of in depth facilities assessments including, Little Bighorn National Monument and Historical Museum, Joshua Tree National Park and Public Schools for the State of Wyoming. In the coming years, Veronica hopes to expand her Cultural and Civic portfolio.

Veronica is the active chair of the Education and Training Committee at MCA. She organizes seminars given by MCA experts and product representatives on various topics carefully chosen to help keep MCA staff up-to-date on Architectural subjects, practices and design trends. Veronica is also a member of Dream Design Activate, a group formed to volunteer design services to those who would not otherwise be able to afford it. The group won an AIA Baltimore Excellence in Design Award Honorable Mention and and AIA Baltimore/Neighborhood Design Center Social Equity Design Award for their first project designing a Safety City for the Baer School in Baltimore.

Did you know that …

Veronica loves to travel. She has been to 12 countries, 34 states and 20 US National Parks. She plans to go to all 50 states and US National Parks in her lifetime.