Kimberlae Saul - Senior Project Manager
As a Senior Project Manager in the Office of Strategic Assessment, Planning and Design, Kimberlae Saul is responsible for:
Overseeing planning and feasibility studies for University clients, including programming, planning, and pre-design for major capital projects; Advising on issues related to zoning and land use and long-range space planning ; Coordinating the University's long and short range planning efforts; Leading initiatives to improve the efficient and appropriate use of space.
Kimberlae is experienced in urban design, master planning, educational facilities, housing and civic architecture through independent practice and for firms in New York and Los Angeles. Prior to joining NYU, she was an Associate at Marpillero Pollak Architects where she was the Project Architect for the Elmhurst Library in Queens and for the Staten Island Children’s Museum Lightweight Sustainable Structures project. Kimberlae worked for Lyn Rice Architects as Project Manager/Architect on the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons the New School for Design and she was also the Project Architect for the Whitehall Ferry Terminal with Frederic Schwartz Architects. Kimberlae has been a licensed architect in the state of New York since 2000. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Southern California and a Masters of Science in Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University.