Terry Jacobs is a Principal with Jacobs/Wyper Architects, LLP, an architectural, planning and interior design firm founded in 1981 in Philadelphia, PA. The firm’s practice focuses in part on large and more complex projects for corporate and educational clients including research laboratories, manufacturing facilities, and data centers for the biotech, pharmaceutical and electronic industries and research universities - many delivered using design-build. Mr. Jacobs has substantial experience managing the design aspects of complex design-build projects. Jacobs was an adjunct professor at both Temple University and Drexel University and a visiting critic at the University of Pennsylvania. He has won design awards from the American Institute of Architects and the Pennsylvania Society of Architects. Jacobs earned his BA from Dartmouth College and his masters in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Jacobs co-edited a new book entitled, “Good Design Practices for GMP Pharmaceutical Facilities”. The book is a single source reference for professionals involved in the planning, construction, validation and maintenance of modern pharmaceutical facilities. He is chairman of ISPE’s Continuous Advancement Sub-committee and was president of the Delaware Valley Chapter of ISPE. He has been a course leader and speaker at numerous IPSE courses, and a member of the ISPE since 1981.