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Meet the Best Projects Judges

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ENR California wants to thank this year's judges, who, once again, faced the formidable task of reviewing a large amount of information on the 116 submitted projects before selecting the winners. These industry professionals worked many hours, and we greatly respect and appreciate their key role in the process. (Judges whose projects were competing for awards recused themselves from voting in those categories.)

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Andrea Cohen gehring



Los Angeles

As California region design leader, Cohen Gehring, FAIA, serves as treasurer on the executive board of the Los Angeles chapter of the American Institute of Architects, was the former chair of the AIA/National Practice Management Knowledge Community (one of AIA's largest professional interest groups) and was also nominated by her peers to serve as a regent of the California Architectural Foundation. Her portfolio includes civic, educational, health-care, commercial, interior design and historic renovation projects.

Michael gemmill

Senior Vice President

Nabih Youssef Associates

San Francisco

Gemmill has managed the design of large, complex projects throughout the western U.S. and plays a prominent technical role at Nabih Youssef Associates, an internationally recognized structural engineering consulting firm. He holds a master's degree from University of California, Berkeley, and a bachelor's from the University of Maryland.


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