Jennifer Heintz, AIA
Leaders Council Member; Senior Architect and Associate Principal, Clark Nexsen
Jennifer Heintz is a Senior Architect and Associate Principal at Clark Nexsen with 20+ years of experience in public and private sector projects for higher education, K-12, recreational, and corporate clients. She has developed an expertise in complex multi-phased projects across the state, with programs requiring accommodation and sensitive blending of new and historical structures.
Jennifer received both a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture from the College of Design at North Carolina State University, where she remains an invited studio juror in addition to her role as a Leaders Council member.
Jennifer is currently the project architect on a new parking deck on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus, as well as the recently completed Joyner Park Community Center in Wake Forest, NC, and Craven and Crowell Quadrangle Renovations on the west campus of Duke University in Durham, NC. She also served as project architect for the Advanced and Emerging Technologies Center at Cape Fear Community College in Castle Hayne, North Carolina and Abbotts Creek Community Center in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is a Leadership and Education in Environmental Design (LEED) Building Accredited Professional and is active in local and state chapters of the AIA.
In her free time, Jennifer is an avid lover of live music, watching soccer, running, and spending time traveling with her family.