GINA BLECK, A.I.A.
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT OF UNIVERSITY FACILITIES
Gina Bleck earned a Bachelors in Architecture from the Boston Architectural College and an executive masters in leadership from GU’s McDonough School of Business in 2015. She has worked in the design and construction industry for nearly thirty years. Her internship began in architectural firms, although she comes from a family of electricians. Institutional work has been her passion, leading her to roles in owner enterprises beginning in 1999 at Rutgers University. She joined Georgetown University’s Planning & Facilities Management team in 2009 and serves as the Asst. VP for Design & Construction, overseeing a staff of design and construction professionals as well as the aesthetics of the university’s built environment.
Patrick Amorosa, A.I.A.
Patrick Amorosa graduated with a bachelor's degree in architecture from Carnegie Mellon University and has been with Georgetown University since 2011. He has been licensed as an architect in the District of Columbia since 2015, holds an NCARB Certificate, and is a LEED Green Associate. He manages the design process for university renovations, provides in-house design services, and oversees projects through construction. Recently he has been involved in several lab renovations in Regents Hall, the design of the future Muslim Prayer Room in Village C, and new tenant space for the Center for Transnational Legal Studies in London.
Brian Barger, P.E.
Senior Project Manager
Brian Barger earned his degree in mechanical engineering from Virginia Tech. His most recent projects include Dahlgren Quadrangle's renovation, as well as the renovation of the historic Former Jesuit Residences into a Living and Learning Community with a new outdoor space. It opened as an undergraduate residence hall in August 2015.
Isaac Blair, A.I.A., N.O.M.A.
Director of Quality Assurance
Isaac Blair has worked at Georgetown since the 1970s and has watched the campus transform, witnessing the construction of Village A, Alumni Square, the Leavey Center, the ICC, the Hariri Building, Regents Hall, and the Research Building at the Medical Center over the years. He has personally overseen many projects at Georgetown, including the original construction of the Village C residence hall, as well as renovations of Healy Hall, Copley Hall, and Lauinger Library.
Joanna Groberg, C.R.M.
Joanna Groberg manages Georgetown University's vast collection of architectural and engineering drawings, some of which date back to the late 1800s. She enjoys assisting university staff and consultants with their information requests. In 1986 she graduated from Georgetown University, and in 1993 she received a master's degree in archives and records management from the University of Maryland. Joanna has worked at Georgetown as the archivist for Design and Construction since 1995. She is also a Certified Records Manager.
Chris Jordan, A.I.A.
Senior Project Manager and Architect
Chris Jordan attended Clemson University for his master's degree in architecture and has worked at Georgetown University since 1986. Some of his major past projects include the Wagner Alumni House, the Rafik B. Hariri Building, the award-winning Calcagnini Contemplative Center, the 2011-2013 renovations of Nevils residence halls, and the Thompson Athletic Center. Currently, he is managing the construction of the East West Roadway and the Cooper Field Project.
Lenn Robinson, A.I.A.Senior Project Manager and Architect
Lenn Robinson earned his undergraduate degree in architecture at Howard University and his master's at the Catholic University of America. He has worked at Georgetown since 1992 and managed many major projects, such as the renovations to the Village A, Darnell, New South, Copley residence halls, as well as the consolidation of LXR (Loyola, Xavier, and Ryder) into a single hall. Recently, he was in charge of the award-winning Georgetown School of Continuing Studies on Massachusetts Avenue, and the renovation of the Healey Family Student Center in the New South Building. Currently, he is the project manager of the new Pedro Arrupe, S.J. residence hall.
Amy Sanderson, A.I.A
Amy Sanderson earned her degree in architecture from the University of Maryland and has been with Georgetown University since 2007. She has worked on numerous projects for Georgetown, including the renovation of Dahlgren Chapel and Quadrangle, the Residential Master Plan, and Arrupe Hall. She served as the Senior Project Architect for the renovation of the Former Jesuit Residences: Ryan Hall and Isaac Hawkins Hall, as well as the de la Cruz Art Gallery in the Walsh Building. She is currently working on renovations of Copley Crypt and St. William Chapel and the “office of the future”, Georgetown Uptown.
Joseph E. Taylor, A.I.A.
Joseph is a licensed architect in Washington, DC with more than 40 years of experience in private practice specializing in residential, ecclesiastical and healthcare building types. Prior to joining Georgetown University, he headed his design firm, JET Architects, and was an adjunct professor at Howard University teaching Design Studio in the School of Architecture. He holds a Master of Architecture in Healthcare Design & Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Architecture from Howard University.
Since joining Georgetown University in 2002, he has worked closely with leadership to coordinate student, faculty and staff projects. His list of projects include the Office of the Provost and the private residence for the University Provost, PNC Bank, Center for Brain Plasticity and the relocation of the University Investment Office to the Flour Mill office building. Joseph is the Senior Architect for the new Thompson Athletic Center, Cooper Field and Muslim Prayer projects.
He served on the Washington, DC Historic Preservation Review Board from early 2007 to March 2018 and has served on the DC Board of Architecture and Interior Design.
Carla Tiberi, A.S.L.A.
Senior Project Manager and landscape architect
Carla Tiberi has been a licensed Landscape Architect for almost thirty years, working for institutions of higher education as well as for private design firms. She earned her master's degree in Landscape Architecture from Syracuse University and has a bachelor's degree in Planning and Environmental Design.
Carla has worked at Georgetown University since 2014 and recently managed site improvements throughout campus as well as interior projects, including a new black box theater in Village C and the de la Cruz Art Gallery in the Walsh building. Currently, Ms. Tiberi is the project manager for the Yates Intramural Sports Playing Surface project along with a number of beautification projects throughout campus.