Jean Hermann is an architect with extensive experience in project management, construction documents and construction administration.
Ms. Hermann's experience on new, adaptive reuse and historic renovation projects encompasses a wide range of project types, from truck terminals to mill buildings, commercial spaces, libraries, multi- and single-family residences. Jean is passionate about how buildings go together.
Jean Hermann became a principal of Carr, Lynch and Sandell in 1999, after 13 years as an architect providing technical coordination and guidance for the firm's built projects.
Ms. Hermann earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Connecticut. She is a Registered Architect in the State of Massachusetts. She has served the community as thesis committee member, thesis advisor and jurist at the Boston Architectural College and as consulting architect for South Shore Habitat for Humanity.