SANDRA BONDERUD, Architect



M.ARCH: Masters of Architecture 1993, Savannah College of Art and Design

AIA, American Institute of Architects, San Francisco chapter
NCARB Certification, # 66076, National Council of Architecture Registration Boards

LEED-AP: Accredited Professional of LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) 
for New Construction and Major Renovations (2008)

Arizona Registered Architect: License # 38017
California Licensed Architect: License # C32617

Sandra Bonderud | Architect

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experience

Sandra Bonderud’s architectural career includes a background of working within other distinguished architecture firms, prior to starting her own small practice in 2003. Sandra worked at the Chicago firm, CANNON Design (formerly OWP/P), as both a project director, and operations manager of their architecture department in Phoenix, Arizona. She has also worked at worked at DLR Group, FreemanWhite, and FLUOR.

As founder and sole Principal of BONDERUD DESIGN Inc. in 2003, Sandra has designed a number of commercial and residential projects. In addition to architecture and interior design services, Sandra frequently provides consultant services to small businesses regarding such issues as accessibility compliance and sustainability.

Sandra has served as the Project Architect and/or design consultant to other design firms, as well. Since 2007 Sandra has collaborated with the internationally-renown Interiors firm, ’studio o+a’, Sandra has been a key part of the design team on high-profile projects such as the office headquarters for Facebook, AOL, Microsoft, William Sonoma and Levi’s.

Sandra has worked with over 30 municipalities to facilitate the processes of Design Review and Construction Permits. She understands the value in cultivating a relationship with her clients, city organizations, and the community at-large.

Sandra is very active in her local community as a member of the Chamber of Commerce, a volunteer to the local School districts in fund-raising and organizing arts-enrichment programs, and the local Rotary Club.

quote-testimonial

Sandra
 is a top-notch performer. She is very talented, creative, and a problem-solver.”
– Joe and Leslie Pellillo

corporate office

Facebook office headquarters, 160,000 SF, Palo Alto, CA (2008-09)
Project Architect, in collaboration with interior’s firm, Studio o+a
AOL office headquarters in Palo Alto, CA (2010-11)
Architect/consultant, in collaboration with interior’s firm, Studio o+a
Mill Valley Port Building: renovations and accessible upgrades to a building of retail, restaurants & offices, Mill Valley, CA (2010)

Microsoft office headquarters: Interior Remodels and Renovations, Redmond, WA (2010-11)
Architect/consultant, in collaboration with interior’s firm, Studio o+a
Stanley Insurance: small office renovation in Lafayette, CA (2010)
William Sonoma office headquarters: Interior Remodels and Renovations, San Francisco, CA (2007-2010)
Architect/consultant, in collaboration with interior’s firm, Studio o+a
Levi’s office headquarters: Interior Remodels and Renovations, San Francisco, CA (2008-2010)
Architect/consultant, in collaboration with interior’s firm, Studio o+a

Square Corporate Offices

Square Corporate Offices, San Francisco, California | photo credit: Matthew Millman

residential

Hopkin Orinda Home: New residence on 4-acre lot, Monte Vista Ridge Road (2013)
Pacific Northwest Residential: small-scale, single-family residential developments. Alameda, CA (2012)

Pellillo Townhome: Custom Interiors Design, Nob Hill, San Francisco, CA, (2010, 2012)

Six Street Lofts (Townhouses): 5-Unit town-homes in Old-town Scottsdale. 3 levels, 2000 sf Each. (2006)

Bloom Residence: Exterior Improvements / Renovations, Lafayette, CA (2009)

Nebel Residence: Laguna Beach, California. Expansion of private residence (2007-2009)
Aguas-Roullier Residence: New primary residence in Pine Canyon, Flagstaff, AZ. (2006)
Pellillo Mountain House: New private home in Pine Canyon, Flagstaff, AZ (2005)
Borjeson Residence: New private home in Pine Canyon, Flagstaff, AZ. (2006)

McKay Residence: Addition to private residence in Biltmore Estates, Phoenix, AZ. (2006)
Koerner Residence: Private vacation home in Pine Canyon, Flagstaff, AZ. (2004)
Arbetman Residence: Remodel and Addition(s) in North-Central Phoenix. (2004)
Washburn-Wutzke Residence: Remodel and addition to a 1930’s Historic home in North-Central Phoenix. (2005)
Frank Linnartz Residence: New secondary residence in Coconino Co., AZ. (2005)

Troy Linnartz Residence: New addition to an existing mountain home in MunnsPark, AZ.(2005)

Zak Residence: New Private residence in Pine Canyon, Flagstaff, AZ. (2003)
Homes at Hilton Head Plantation, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Primary Residences and Vacation Homes (2000-4000 SF) for a developer client. Role: Designer with McCleskey & Associates Architects (1994)
Haig Pointe Golf Cottages, Haig Point (off of Hilton Head), South Carolina. 2000-3000 SF houses in an island community for a developer client. Role: Designer with McCleskey & Associates Architects (1994)
Bramlett Residence: Odenville, Alabama. New Primary Residence (1993)

Abbott Beach House: Tybee Island, Georgia. Vacation Home addition and renovation (1992)

Hopkin Residence

Orinda Residence, California

senior living & continuing-care communities

Friendship Village of Tempe, Tempe, Arizona
Expansion to an existing Planned Community for Seniors: cottages and high-rise condos, as well as buildings for dining and recreation, assisted living, skilled nursing, and dementia care on a 55-acre site in an urban setting. Project cost: over $80M. Role: Architect of Record & Project Director, OWP/P Architects (2001-2003).

Croasdaile Village, Durham, North Carolina
Planned Community for Seniors: included buildings for dining and recreation, independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing, and dementia care on a 30-acre site ($45 million, design–build). Role: Designer/(PA)Project Architect with FreemanWhite Architects (1996)
Brittany Pointe Estates, Upper Gwynned Township, Pennsylvania
40,000 SF condominium tower, design-build development. Role: Designer/(PA) Project Architect with FreemanWhite Architects (1995)

Stone Fountain at Friendship Village

Stone Fountain Detail, Friendship Village, Tempe, Arizona

hotels & mixed-use

Lafayette Park Hotel: Interiors upgrades and accessibility improvements. (2013)
Planet Hollywood-Las Vegas (formerly Aladdin Hotel, Casino and Dessert Passage Mall), Las Vegas Nevada
A mixed-use development (35 acres, 2.8 million square feet, cost = approx $1 billion), consisting of two high-rise hotels, a retail mall, timeshare condominiums, performance theaters, restaurants, and gaming. Role: Designer/(PA)Project Architect (with ADPMarshall/FLOUR) in the schematics, design development, and construction document phases: coordinated disciplines, consultants, and contractors in this design-build project. (1997-9)
The Canals of Scottsdale, Scottsdale, Arizona
Mixed-use development Planning 40 acres, 1.5+ million square feet, projected cost = $1 billion: retail, commercial, hotels, performance and movie theaters, museums and cultural exhibits. Role: Designer (with ADPMarshall/FLUOR ): worked with the client and the city in creating the conceptual character of the project, the master plan and schematics, while addressing strategic approaches to public relations issues. (1998)
Busch Gardens, Tampa, Florida
An African theme park consisting of a four-star resort hotel with 300 rooms, spa, and restaurants overlooking a simulated African savannah in a free-roaming zoo. Role: Designer with ADPMarshall/Fluor Daniel. (1997)

Pool & Ramada

Kingsborough Residence, California

health care

Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, North Carolina: New additions and renovations of existing hospital. Hospital campus (private) consisting of 1000-bed in-patient facility, with out-patient clinics, and trauma-one emergency, resident dormitories, and research laboratories. Role: Project Designer/(PA) Project Architect (with FreemanWhite Architects): worked with the administration, nurses, and doctors in strategic planning that addressed future growth and technological changes. Subsequently, we designed new trauma and emergency departments, the laboratory, out-patient clinics, and pediatric care units. (1995-6)
Gaston County Memorial Hospital, Gastonia, North Carolina: Facility Master Planning 
Hospital campus (public) consisting of 400-bed in-patient facility and out-patient clinics.
Role: Project Designer with FreemanWhite Architects: worked with the administration, nurses, and doctors in strategic planning that addressed future growth and technological changes. Subsequently, a new heart surgical center was added; long-term hospice care was added; and department renovations to radiology, laboratory, intensive-care, surgery, and the pharmacy were built. (1995)
Lebaeur Medical Office Building, Greensboro, North Carolina: Renovation/Addition of Cardiology Clinic; 12,000 SF.
Role: Project Designer with FreemanWhite Architects (1996)
Medical Research Office Building, Charlotte, North Carolina: Conversion from Resident Housing; aprox. 15,000 SF. Role: Project Designer with FreemanWhite Architects (1996)
CMHA Medical Office Building, Charlotte, North Carolina: Renovation of existing 20,000 SF facility. Role: Project Designer with FreemanWhite Architects (1995-6)
V.A. Medical Center, Phoenix, Arizona: 60,000 SF Renovation of existing facility.
Role: Project Captain with ADPMarshall/Fluor Daniel. (1997-8)
Cottonwood de Tucson Rehab Center, Tucson, Arizona: 15,000 SF additions to resort-like detox-rehab clinic. Role: Designer with IEF Group (2000)
Barrows Neurological Institute at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Phoenix, Arizona: New laboratory building. Role: Construction administration with ADPMarshall/Fluor Daniel (1997)

civic buildings & publically-funded

Worthington Elementary School, Worthington, Minnesota: 15,000 SF kindergarten – sixth grade public school. Role: (PA) Project Architect with DLR Group (1999)
Franklin Elementary School, Phoenix, Arizona: Historic renovation and adaptive rehab of this 1920’s school building. Role: (PA) Project Architect with DLR Group (1999)
Tucson Fire Station 6, Tucson, Arizona: 10,000 SF, 4-bay station at the Public Safety Training Academy Role: Designer and (PA) Project Architect with IEF Group (2000)
Chandler Fire Station 6, Chandler, Arizona: 8,000 SF, 2-bay station to be used as future prototype. Role: Designer and Project Manager with IEF Group (2000)
Phoenix Fire Station 43, Phoenix, Arizona: 6-bay station and administrative facility offices.
Role: Designer and Project Manager with IEF Group (2000)

miscellaneous

Parris Island Marine Base (various buildings), South Carolina: New Laundry / Dry Cleaning Facility and Cafeteria Renovation. Role: Designer with McCleskey & Associates Architects (1994)
Hilton Head Methodist Church, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Role: Designer with McCleskey & Associates Architects (1994)
HANGAR 42: Movie/ Film Production Studio: Conversion of Automotive manufacturing plant to a production studio, via public/private-funded partnership, Walker, Michigan Architect/consultant, in collaboration with interior design firm, studio o+a (2010)