Bloomfield Hills, Mich., March 4l, 2014 —TMP Architecture, Inc. is proud to announce that professionals Lauren Christenson and Danielle O’Grady have passed the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) exam and now hold NCIDQ Certificates. Christenson and O’Grady are interior designers with the firm.
An NCIDQ Certificate is the mark of a professional interior designer. NCIDQ Certificate holders are uniquely qualified through education, experience and the examination. The exam consists of three sections: Fundamentals, Design Professional, and a Design Practicum.
Christenson earned Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Bachelor of Interior Architecture degrees from Lawrence Technological University in 2009. She is a resident of Plymouth, Michigan and joined the firm in 2011. Christenson has contributed to TMP projects for East Detroit Public Schools, Wayne-Westland Community Schools, Oakland Community College and the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa.
O’Grady also earned Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Bachelor of Interior Architecture degrees from Lawrence Technological University in 2009. She is a resident of St. Clair, Michigan and also joined the firm in 2011. O’Grady has contributed to TMP projects for the University of Michigan, University of Detroit Mercy, Baker College of Owosso, as well as Farmington Public Schools, Dearborn Public Schools, and Birmingham Public Schools.
TMP has offices in Bloomfield Hills and Portage, Michigan, producing a variety of projects for college/university, K-12 educational and municipal clients. Some of the firm’s current work includes a new middle school for Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, the new North Campus Student Center at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, and renovations to Cocke & Cormack Halls at the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington.