Trained as an architect, Mr. Timmerman’s approach to planning and programming is rooted in his interests in campus design and culture. He is responsible for research and analysis in support of master planning and space utilization, exploration of demographic trends, and developments in design. He has led or participated in space needs analyses and campus master plan processes for numerous institutions in the US and Canada. In addition to the recent assessment of current and anticipated lab, research, and office space needs at California State University Fullerton, he has contributed to the creation of campus master plans for universities including Princeton, Drexel, and Queen’s. Throughout these efforts, Mr. Timmerman has led user group interviews, assessed current instructional space utilization, developed peer benchmarking comparisons, and integrated diverse data inputs in creating detailed space needs projections. Mr. Timmerman is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (M.Arch).