Crystal Y. Granger, NOMA, Senior Associate
Ms. Granger earned a Master of Architecture Degree at the University of Houston in 2004. She expanded her studies abroad through Master Class studies in Australia with Pritzker Award Winning Architect Glenn Murcutt.
In addition to managing all phases of project development, Ms. Granger participates in business / client development with proven abilities in consensus building and leadership. Over the last eight years, her work experience has focused on commercial design projects in the public and private sectors. Building types include: religious / community facilities, office / retail build-outs and criminal justice facilities. Her work experience also includes master/ comprehensive planning and historical interpretive work. She is trained in sustainable design, historic preservation / documentation and archaeological field investigations.
She currently serves as an Advisory Board Member for The Heritage Society and Board Member for the National Organization of Minority Architects – Houston. Ms. Granger has presented papers at national conferences; Co‐Chaired a preservation taskforce under the leadership of US Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee; and was a contributor to a Good Brick Award winning documentary project of the Friends of the Texas Room.
She is also a 2016 National Trust for Historic Preservation Texas Scholar participating in think tank on the future of historic preservation in the United States at the Past / Forward National Conference.
Ms. Granger’s personal interests include mentoring young aspiring professionals, the culinary arts, photography, cultural & technology documentaries and writing