A former in-house architect for the U.S. Army, Terri’s curiosity about the technical side of design has led her to work on projects that push the boundaries of physics, engineering, bio-engineering, and medical device manufacturing. From clean rooms to laboratories, manufacturing spaces to research centers, she looks at how these spaces perform as well as how to facilitate the collaboration that leads to new discoveries and products.

Terri Ulrick
Principal, Director

Joined BWBR in 2006
Named Principal in 2017

“Architecture is a powerful tool — we can use it to reduce our environmental impact, foster the education of our youth, stimulate new scientific discoveries, or heal people’s souls. What inspires me, beyond the architecture itself, are the relationships we foster to create these tools. To develop such valuable relationships with clients and consultants and positively impact people’s lives through our work, I realize how lucky I am to have a career that is so rewarding.”


Collins Aerospace
Burnsville Semiconductor Facility Expansion
University of Maryland Medical Center
Child and Adolescent Inpatient Psychiatry Unit Renovation
University of Minnesota-Duluth
Heikkila Chemistry and Advanced Materials Science Building
University of Minnesota
Medical Devices Center
Lifecore Biomedical
Pharmaceutical Clean Production Facility Addition
Lifecore Biomedical
Quality Control Lab
Fortune 500 Company
Research & Development Building
University of Minnesota
Shepherd Laboratories, College of Science and Engineering Gemini-Huntley Robotics Research Laboratory
Cleanroom Renovation
Lifecore Biomedical
Lobby, Breakroom, and Quality Control Lab Remodeling
R & D Innovation Center
Eagle Brook Church
Eagle Brook Church – Apple Valley
Eagle Brook Church
Eagle Brook Church – Minneapolis