Our Team

At PMA, our professional personnel bring specialized experience that fosters a balance of technical, planning, design, research, and management expertise, with personnel meeting the Secretary of the Interior’s Historic Preservation Professional Qualification Standards. We excel in technical leadership for historic properties, and provide historic advocacy leadership within our community. Combining the art and engineering of historic construction with the science and experience of modern investigation techniques, PMA is sought after by our clients for our sensitivity to adapting existing structures.

At a Glance
PMA Founder and Principal, Peter Meijer AIA, NCARB, leads the firm with over 30 years of professional experience. Peter’s career has focused largely on building envelope science and historic preservation, specifically historic renovations and condition assessments of existing and historic buildings. He has become a well-regarded expert on the diverse issues affecting existing and historic buildings both regionally and nationally.

Kristen Minor brings over twenty years of experience working for civic agencies on architectural and planning projects – from master planning, survey/inventory assessments, code & compliance mitigation, and community liaison to NR nominations, Historic Context Statements, Design Review, and Historic Tax Credit Applications.

Halla Hoffer, AIA, is passionate about rehabilitating historic and existing architecture. She is a specialist in energy and environmental management and building science performance.

Kate Kearney leads the coordination and design of all marketing collateral for the firm, develops strategic planning initiatives, and oversees the visual brand. Additionally, she serves on the Board of Directors for SMPS-Oregon and DOCOMOMO_OREGON.

Hali Knight brings creativity from her architecture and art background to schematic design processes within the team. Hali leads our Sustainability at Work initiatives.

Marion Rosas obtained a minor in Architecture and focused her studies on animation, graphic design, and creative research. Much like animation, she believes that architecture is an extension of ourselves. It is something that should always nurture human activity because it is often through architecture that we come to understand the world around us.

Jesse Pollard brings a background of working in residential and commercial construction to his architectural experience. While acquiring this mixture of experience he has gained a rich understanding of our built environment.

Sustainability at Work
PMA personnel is committed to sustainable practices and community development. Currently, PMA is a Certified GOLD business for the Sustainability at Work initiative from the City of Portland. Additionally, we have office personnel designated and supported by management to lead our sustainable efforts.

In addition, PMA staff evaluates and attends conferences to better
educate ourselves about pro-environmental development in conjunction with our community volunteer work with: