The NCIDQ Certification signifies the highest standard of proficiency and dedication to the profession of Interior Design. According to The Council for Interior Design Qualification, “Professional interior designers who possess the NCIDQ Certification have distinguished themselves by demonstrating a specific set of core competencies, supported by verified work experience and a college degree. They have proven their expertise in understanding and applying current codes established to protect public health, safety, and welfare. They are passionate about their profession and dedicated to its recognition and integrity.”
Obtaining my NCIDQ Certification has been a goal of mine for a long time. Its important for me to differentiate myself as a professional. I’m not a decorator. I’m an Interior Designer.
Abbi attended the University of Washington, the University of Colorado Boulder where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Design, and the University of Idaho where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture & Interior Design. Professionally she interned and eventually gained full-time employment with a regional multidisciplinary architecture firm before joining SRM Development as Principal Interior Designer.
At SRM we are the owners and the developers. We develop high-end projects, mostly senior living. On these projects quility design is very important. Our senior living projects are basically high-end hotels.
In addition to senior living projects, Abbi also designs multi-family, retail, and commercial projects. “I’m the Interior Designer for all of the SRM Development projects as well as designing projects for other clients,” said Abbi.
Abbi is also a real estate agent with KZB Real Estate and the current finance director for the American Society of Interior Designers – Intermountain chapter.
Interior Designer, NCIDQ #35633