Uniland Senior Architectural/Interior Designer Mary Hazlett has become a WELL AP (Accredited Professional), a credential from the International WELL Building Institute. As a WELL AP, Ms. Hazlett has an expanded perspective to support Uniland clients seeking to foster healthier, happier, and more productive workspaces. The WELL AP credential recognizes Ms. Hazlett as a member of IWBI’s global community of health and wellness advocates who are advancing human health and wellness through buildings and communities worldwide.
Additionally, Ms. Hazlett holds prominent industry certifications, including a Green Globes Professional (GGP) by the Green Building Initiative and National Council for Interior Design Qualifications (NCIDQ) by the Council for Interior Design Qualification, respectively. She works closely with Uniland clients to design interiors which reflect their corporate culture and the appropriate environment for the space, from collaboration spaces, conference and break rooms to team workspaces and private offices.
A member of the Uniland team since 2007, Mary Hazlett has played a critical role designing the interiors of hundreds of thousands of square feet of commercial and residential space in the region. Her portfolio includes the inspiring common areas of the Delaware North Building, exceptional offices and luxury condos at Avant, the flexible facilities at HANSA workspace (Buffalo’s first flexible coworking and shared workspace center), the modern and collaborative interior of D’Youville University’s School of Arts, Sciences and Education building, among many others for companies spanning small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations.
Ms. Hazlett is an alumna of The Ohio State University, where she graduated, magna cum laude, with a B.S. in industrial and interior design. She was named a 2018 40 Under 40 by Buffalo Business First. Outside the office, she leverages her wellness perspective with volunteer work. Ms. Hazlett is an active member of the Aquarium of Niagara’s Organizational Committee, which has evolved into the Sustainability Committee. In this role, she has helped the aquarium with the development of accessibility standards for the aquarium by focusing on increasing inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility to make the aquarium a cultural leader in inclusion. Additionally, Ms. Hazlett is a longtime volunteer at the famed Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Darwin D. Martin House complex in Buffalo, among other community involvement.