Deborah Lukan has been Project Manager for more than 12 million gsf of corporate office and mixed-use projects. She is currently managing the redevelopment of the 1927 historical office component of the PG&E campus in downtown San Francisco, California.
Most recently, she was the Project Manager for Dominion Energy’s new corporate headquarters in Richmond, Virginia; the ExxonMobil Global Campus in Houston, Texas; 900 New York Avenue office building in Washington, DC; Four Seasons Place, a 60- and 36-story luxury hotel, residential, and retail complex in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; and 300 North LaSalle, a 60-story tower in Chicago, Illinois.
Ms. Lukan has previously worked in Shelton, Connecticut, and London, United Kingdom, where she collaborated on numerous institutional and higher education projects. She currently serves on the Professional Advisory Board for the Clemson School of Architecture and is the architect licensing coordinator and mentor for Pickard Chilton interns.
She earned a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Design from Clemson University and a Master of Architecture from Virginia Polytechnic Institute.