Rosemary Seiwald brings more than 25 years of experience designing lighting, power, and fire alarm systems for all types of buildings. Rosemary has broad market experience including commercial, institutional, federal, retail, cultural, transportation, hospitality, correctional, healthcare and high-tech manufacturing. In addition, Rosemary brings a passion and a wealth of knowledge for higher education projects, especially in Colorado. Driven by this passion, she has built solid relationships with key members of several Colorado higher education institutions’ facilities management teams. Also possessing a law degree, Rosemary brings unique knowledge and additional value to her contract documents, providing an added layer of protection for the owner when writing and reviewing specifications. Rosemary understands how to deliver value by designing the highest performing systems within the established budget. She is a Past President, Vice-President, and Board Member for the Rocky Mountain Section of Illuminating Engineering Society and loves to hike in her spare time.
The University of Tulsa College of Law – Tulsa, Oklahoma
Juris Doctor with Honor
The University of Denver Sturm College of Law – Denver, Colorado
Visiting Juris Doctor Candidate
Kansas State University – Manhattan, Kansas
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering
Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma
American Bar Association
Illuminating Engineering Society of North America: Rocky Mountain Section
International Association of Lighting Designers
What is your best achievement? Graduating from law school and passing the bar.
Who would you like to meet most and why? Thomas Jefferson because he was the principal author of the Declaration of Independence.
If you had a superpower, what would it be? Invisibility.
What is your favorite color? Turquoise.
What time of day is your favorite? Why? Evening Twilight – it’s all about the light.
3 things you cannot live without? Mountains, craft beer, and sleep.
Who is your celebrity doppelgänger? Celine Dion (so I’ve been told).
If you won the lottery, what would you do? Give half of it away and move to a tiny house in the mountains.
What is your favorite book? Jonathan Livingston’s Seagull.
Right or left handed? Left handed.