Alejandra Warner "Alex" has spent more than 30 years working in the planning, design, and construction of municipal facilities. Alex specializes in accessible design with more than 25 years of experience, ensuring that people of all abilities can enjoy the facilities the City of San Diego builds. She has a B.Arch, an MS in Architectural Engineering, and is a Certified Access Specialist.
Alex has worked for several departments for the City of San Diego, Park and Recreation, Engineering and Public Works, and currently for the Sustainability and Mobility Department for the ADA Compliance and Accessibility Section.
She oversees the City's facilities accessibility compliance program for many projects, from transportation projects to municipal buildings and recreational facilities. In addition, she provides comprehensive scopes, reviews construction documents, and writes guidelines and standards.
She loves learning and sharing knowledge, and believes education and training are essential for providing a more accessible built environment. She would also like to see more engineering staff obtain their CASp certification.