Jenn Sharp brings a lifelong passion for sustainable design and construction and a special interest in modular construction technologies to her work managing construction of housing and service facilities for Housing Development Center clients. She is currently construction project manager for Transition Projects’ Low-Income Single Adult Housing (LISAH) project, HDC’s first modular-housing development, which will provide housing and services for 72 individuals including formerly homeless adults. This project incorporates the Single Resident Occupancy (SRO) format as a housing type to help homeless people transition to permanent housing. She is also working on the REACH Argyle Apartments, a 189-unit development in the Kenton neighborhood. In addition to these two developments, Jenn is part of a feasibility study funded by Meyer Memorial Trust that utilizes Zero Energy Modular for single-family home ownership on a land trust. Before joining HDC in 2016, Jenn worked as a project manager and owner’s rep for Portland State University, working on large capital construction.