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About John Gering, FAIA, Managing Partner, HLW
John Gering, FAIA is Managing Partner at HLW, a global architecture, interiors, planning, and strategy firm. Throughout his career, Gering has functioned in a leadership capacity and fostered the type of innovation and change sought by technology corporations, multimedia organizations, and academic institutions.
Gering has had an esteemed career as one of the first architects to anticipate the need for distinct, specialized design in the media and communications industry, understanding that a facility’s interiors should accommodate constant change. Gering’s work at HLW focuses on integrating multiple levels of technology and design, fostering a new paradigm in which people and technology interface effortlessly. His buildings seamlessly meet the demands of the modern employee while easily responding to workplace challenges and technological advancements.
Gering has been able to bring his unique designs to numerous high-profile and impactful structures. Through flagship projects for top companies, he has redefined contemporary standards on a global scale. Some of Gering’s notable large-scale campus projects include the restoration and renewal of the United Nations Headquarters Campus Master Plan and Secretariat Building Restoration, ESPN’s Digital Broadcast Complexes on the east and west coasts, and 20th Century Fox Film’s Broadcast Center and Executive Campus.
Additional accolades Gering has received include several AIA awards, the Sustainable Building Industry Council Honor Award, the United Way Impact Award, The United Nations Honorarium for Excellence in Leadership, and the New York Institute of Technology School of Architecture’s Alumni of the Year honor.
July 2, Jared Della Valle, FAIA, Alloy
July 17, Joseph Brancato, FAIA, Gensler
August 1, Dennis Wedlick, BarlisWedlick Architects
September 25, Stephen Cassell, FAIA, Architecture Research Office
October 14, Mary Elizabeth Rusz, FAIA and Bruce Eisenberg, FAIA, NYCHA
November 5, Richard Yancey, FAIA, Building Energy Exchange
November 19, Nicholas Garrison, FAIA, FXCollaborative
December 5, Lyn Rice, FAIA, Rice+Lipka Architects
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