Amber Summers

Architectural Intern

Amber, originally from North Kansas City, MO, graduated from Kansas State University in 2018 with a Master of Architecture and minor in regional and community planning. While attending K-State, she was an ambassador for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design. She was also a member of APDPro, a professional development program, and a design studio mentor for second-year students. She worked with the economic development office of Clay Center, KS to create a downtown revival plan, and was a member of the Design + Make studio. 

Since joining BRP she has worked on a variety of project types including: Greenwood Laboratory School Multi-Purpose Addition, Holland House Dining Center infill, Clinton United Methodist Church, renovation and addition, Fort Worth Marriott renovation, and two event barns, one in Fort Worth, TX and one in Livingston, MT. She spends her free time with friends, studying for her licensure exams and playing with her two adorable cats, Rory and Reid.

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EDUCATION

STARTED AT BRP

Master of Architecture, 2018

Kansas State University

2018