Hubbs Completes Internship at Centerbrook

Published on November 28th, 2011

Molly Hubbs, who is pursuing a Masters of Architecture at the University of Texas, is finishing a six-month internship at Centerbrook as part of the requisite work experience for her degree. Her command of digital design software, such as Revit and SketchUp, has made valuable contributions to a number of design projects, among them a master plan for the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College and the proposed expansion of the Mary Cheney Library in Manchester, Connecticut.

“Molly has been a simply wonderful addition to our staff at a time when we have seen our workload increasing,” said Centerbrook Partner Chad Floyd, FAIA. “She is talented, hard-working, plus a joy to work with. She is much in demand by design teams looking for assistance on their projects.”

An Alabama native, Hubbs earned her Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, in Music and Aural and Spatial Design from Furman University, where she was a National Merit Scholarship Finalist and a member of two honor societies. She also played in the school orchestra. At Texas she has worked as a research and teaching assistant, earned several travel fellowships, and served as an officer in the student chapter of the American Institute of Architects. In her travels to Japan and Finland she pursued her interest in wood construction.

Her internship began in June and will run into early December, after which she will be missed. She will graduate in 2012 with her Masters.