Jeremy Rear

Jeremy Rear


Associate Principal

“Building partnerships. Commitment to client service. Bringing people together to listen carefully, and be challenged…These abilities are very important to me and drive my work.”

In his 27 years of architectural experience, Jeremy has been deeply committed to innovating higher education learning and student living design. He continually demonstrates a precise technical understanding of project management, design processes, and sustainable site and building concepts.

Jeremy exemplifies an unwavering commitment to the firm, to his clients, and to his project teams. He leads efforts that create a language and a process for understanding occupant safety and wellness in the built environment, most powerfully exemplified in Tapʰòytʰaʼ Hall at Umpqua Community College. His selflessness has garnered great respect and confidence from his clients and has resulted in a legacy of continuous work from Oregon State University, Pacific University, and Umpqua Community College. Over his career, he has worked on a variety of project types and his portfolio of work illustrates a wide range of experience, making him desirable to lead teams and projects towards successful outcomes.

Raising awareness of safety and security is Jeremy’s passion. He is a proponent of evolving Crime Prevention in Environmental Design (CPTED) practice and collaborates with global partners on progressive research for safe, healthy, and inclusive environments. Jeremy holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon. He is a registered architect in Oregon, and former Director at the International CPTED Association.