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Alice M. Schultz is a Florida-registered architect with 29 years of professional experience, with a focus on southern climate Industrial Facilities and Commercial Construction, including Unique Structures. She received her BArch degree (1994) from the Boston Architectural College (BAC), and Certificate in Sustainable Design (2011). For the last fourteen years she has worked on a multi-discipline A&E team in support of aerospace infrastructure, primarily for the design of launch facilities and equipment for NASA at Kennedy Space Center.

She is adept in addressing ease of access and functional space design along with infrastructure security, and ensuring building envelope performance for the design of high-performance facilities which integrate complex building systems.