Jensen joined Payette in 2013 as a Designer, became a registered architect in 2020, and became an Associate in 2022. He has experience in large scale projects in both lab and healthcare – specializing in shell & core design. Notably, he has worked on the exterior design of the Northeastern University ISEC building as well as the campus’ PedX crossing. From 2017, Jensen has been an integral part of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center New Inpatient Building team for the past five and a half years: working on the exterior design, environmental graphics, and public spaces. He has taken the helm in the intricate detailing and coordination process for the building envelope from Schematic Design through the project’s close out. For the past two years, he has been working with the Boston Children’s Hospital Needham outpatient building team with regards to the exterior design, public spaces, and leading the construction administration process.
B.Arch., 2013, Carnegie Mellon University