Ms. Mary Beth Oberlin graduated from Kansas State University with a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 2001. Her time there included a study abroad program at Centro Studi Santa Chiara in Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy. Soon after, she got a head start on gaining professional experience by spending several summers working for a small residential architecture firm.
After graduation, Mary Beth worked for Grubbs & Associates, a firm specializing in senior living and financial buildings. There she developed her skills in producing construction documents and quickly turned her love of technology into a specialty in architectural software.
In 2005, Mary Beth joined Chiodini Associates where she expanded her skills into a variety of project types. She enjoyed the variety and challenge of solving new puzzles with each project. Her focus shifted to publically funded projects when she joined Bond Architects in 2007. While at Bond, she applied her eye for detail to larger educational projects, developed a reputation as the firm’s building code specialist, as well as becoming an expert in Building Information Modeling.
Mary Beth joined Etegra in 2015 as a Project Manager. She immediately applied her expertise to Etegra’s private sector projects, and is now spearheading projects from our high-end federal clients such as the General Services Administration (GSA) and the US Army Core of Engineers (USACE).
Mary Beth is a licensed architect in the state of Missouri and is a LEED accredited professional with a specialty in Building Design + Construction.