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Cornerstone Participates in Walsh Ranch Clayshoot

Published On July 30, 2016
Cornerstone Participates in Walsh Ranch Clayshoot

One of the ways Cornerstone and its team members give back to the community is by volunteering with nonprofit organizations such as Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County. Meals on Wheels provides home delivery meals, and other services to home bound residents. Jessica Pipkin is a valued team member and Director of Architecture at Cornerstone. Jessica enjoys volunteering for this organization, has served on the development council and continuously participates in fundraising events to help the organization’s programs. Cornerstone recently participated in the first ever Chuckwagon Clayshoot held at the Walsh Ranch. 

Pipkin graduated from Texas Tech University with her masters in Architecture.  She has led design teams in a wide range of commercial facility types, including but not limited to higher education, medical, multifamily, office, retail, mixed-use and faith-based projects.  Leveraging her experience in architectural/construction consulting for major banking institutions, she is able to minimize financial risks and protect construction investments through QA/QC processes. Pipkin is a licensed architect in the State of Texas.

Pipkin is a member of the American Institute of Architects, Texas Society of Architects, and locally with the AIA Fort Worth Chapter.  Her community involvement includes Tarrant County Meals on Wheels, Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo’s Ladies on the Lamb and Brock United Methodist Church.