Wendy Wheeler Martinez, AIA

Advisor / Architect

With an intrigue for problem solving and a talent for communicating design concepts through illustration, Wendy’s career has remained concentrated in the early planning, programming, and design phases of building projects. An accomplished designer of 21 years, she has worked on a broad range of building types throughout her experience, including commercial, retail, office, hospitality, healthcare, animal care, multi-family housing, senior living, K-12 and higher education.

Wendy is skilled in effective communication with clients, understanding their business and project needs, recognizing their goals and objectives, and successfully incorporating all into creative and comprehensive environments that reflect an architecture reinforced by function and aesthetics.

“Every project is unique and each presents its own set of challenges and limitations. It’s often the limitations that encourage my creativity. Within them I know a solution waits.”

She has promoted, managed and participated on award-winning design projects for both the private and public sectors; implementing and producing architectural designs for national and international clients.

“Every project marks the start of a new journey and I’m always eager for the collaboration among the team to begin – the collective creativity and flow of ideas which implement a client’s vision. The success of any project is dependent on the communication of its members and the coordination of the various specialties and disciplines.”

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"A love of drawing and sketching is what led me into Architecture, but my formal education taught me the process of design, and a respect for the art."

Professional Credentials

Registered Architect: NM

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), Certified

American Institute of Architects (AIA), Member


Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, University of New Mexico

Master of Architecture, University of New Mexico