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Jacobs Information Session

Wed, Jun 22    3:30pm

Gloria E. Duque, AIA, LEED AP, James Reittinger, ‘95 MS.AAD, NCI Associate AIA and Diego Rodriguez ‘14 M.Arch, Project Manager from Jacobs will facilitate a virtual information session to discuss the firm, their projects, and careers at Jacobs. A brief Q & A session will be held at the end.

Gloria E. Duque, AIA, LEED AP, Currently works as a licensed architect for Jacobs. Gloria has completed a wide array of institutional projects in the American Northeast as well as overseas. More recently, she worked on Columbia University’s new Manhattanville campus, at 125th Street in Harlem, as a project manager responsible for the development of furniture and interior fit-out for both the Jerome L. Greene Science Center, which serves as the home to the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind and Brain Behavior Institute & The Lenfest Center for the Arts designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop in collaboration with Davis Brody Bond.

James Reittinger, NCI Associate AIA is the Student Life Director of Design, Buildings & Infrastructure. James Rittinger is an award-winning designer with over 30 years of experience in the Architecture and design profession. James is passionate about student life design and draws his inspiration from his time as a Resident Assistant and ten years teaching Architecture + Design at higher education institutions across the country.

As Design Director, James conceptualized and designed over 15,000 beds on a wide variety of student housing projects ranging from master planning to programming, designs for renovation to new construction including dining facilities, student centers, and other student life-focused facilities. James uses a broad array of tools to communicate with the project team, from analog to digital modeling including virtual reality. James cares deeply about the student experience and brings a vast knowledge of student life and user experience to every project. James Reittinger is a GSAPP alumnus from the MS.AAD program.

Diego Rodriguez, is currently a Project Manager at Jacobs. He is an experienced Project Manager with a demonstrated history of working in a wide range of project scales and speeds. Diego also worked as a Project Manager for Digifabshop and as a Building Information Specialist and Project Manager at WeWork. Diego has an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering and he received his Master of Architecture degree from GSAPP in 2014.

This event is hosted by GSAPP Career Services for the GSAPP Class of 2022. Limited space is also available for currently enrolled GSAPP students.

This event is being hosted virtually on Zoom, please visit this link to register in advance.