Design Experience & Accolades

Wendi Ellen Sue

Wendi Ellen Sue


B.A., Architecture University of California, Berkeley, California, 1992 (with High Honors)

M.A., Architecture University of California, Berkeley, California, 1998 (with High Honors)

Postgraduate Degree The Berlage Institute, Amsterdam, 2000

Professional Registration

California State Licensed Contractor, #678510

California State Licensed Architect, #C29373


“Small Changes,” Urbanism in Zagreb Zagreb, Croatia

Scholarship and Conference Participant, 2000

Eisner Award, Architecture

University of California Award for Creative Excellence, 1998

Charles Moore Memorial Scholarship

College of Environmental Design Scholarship Award, 1998

International Laboratory of Architecture and Urban Design, Venice, Italy

Scholarship and Workshop Participant, 1998 

Representative Projects

Served as Project Manager for the following projects under lead Architect Ed Sue of Sue Associates:

  • Westminster House Student Center Historic Renovation and Addition (for 120-student facilities), 2700 Bancroft Avenue (cross street, College Avenue), Berkeley, California

  • Presbyterian Church Seismic Retrofit and 3rd Floor Addition, Stockton Street, Chinatown, San Francisco, California

  • Oakland Asian Cultural Center, Oakland, California

  • Montclair Recreation Center Accessibility Upgrade, Oakland California

  • Oakland Museum Accessibility Upgrade, Oakland, California

  • Evergreen Baptist Church, Oakland, California

  • Evergreen Terrace Senior Housing, Oakland, California

  • Fifth Avenue Apartments, Oakland, California

  • Pres House Historic Renovation and Student Housing Addition,  Madison, Wisconsin

  • Dimond District Farmer Joe’s Grocery, Oakland

  • Pacific Renaissance Plaza, Chinatown, Oakland, California (draftsman)

  • EBMUD Administration Building, Oakland, California; 12-Story Building with 3-level basement parking (draftsman)

  • Pittsburg Baptist Church, Pittsburg (not built)

  • University of Georgia Student Housing, Athens, Georgia (not built)