A Senior Associate since 2013, Betty McClure arrived at Helpern Architects in 2012 with a 20-year history of high-profile institutional, residential, and commercial projects across the United States, from building core to exterior enclosure.
Betty’s broad professional history includes airport, museum, student union, and office tower design. Her work often centers on renovation and restoration, such as for the façade and cast iron base of Con Edison’s landmarked headquarters, and the renovation and expansion of Fort Washington Collegiate Church on 181st Street in upper Manhattan. Other institutional projects include Yale University’s Betts House, Fordham University’s One Fordham Plaza offices, and Blanton-Peale Institute’s new offices.
A member of the American Institute of Architects, Betty holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Virginia and a Master of Architecture degree from Syracuse University. She is LEED-accredited by the US Green Building Council.