Jennifer Workman, AIA

University of Texas at Austin

Jennifer Workman is an Associate with GFF, Inc

Ms. Jennifer Workman is a 2003 graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Architecture and a minor in Business. While pursuing her degree, Jennifer augmented her experience with extensive travel overseas with a focus on museums. She has received awards from the American Institute of Architects for her dedicated volunteer service to advancing the profession of architecture and the voice of the emerging professional. In 2013 she was selected by the national College of Fellows as a recipient of the AIA Young Architect Award. She has served on numerous board committees at the local state and national levels and will be a 2014 Vice Chair to the Texas Society of Architects (TSA). Jennifer is a registered architect in the state of Texas and a Project Leader at GFF.

Jennifer joined GFF in 2004 with experience in elementary schools and libraries. Since then she has worked on a range of project types from retail developments to institutional projects. Her most notable project at GFF was the Perot Museum of Nature and Science where she worked in Los Angeles, CA with design firm Morphosis on the design and construction documents. Following her return to Dallas, she worked as the architect’s liaison on the construction site of the museum with the contractor while the building was under construction. She managed multiple consultants and oversaw quality control of construction. Her time on the museum has garnered her experience with a complex, fast-track project using Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) methods and Building Information Modeling (BIM). Jennifer is now leading several multi-family projects.

Site Tour of a new Headquarters Office Building

Recently the Womble Studio took a tour of a new Headquarters Office Building under construction in Dallas. This 15,000 square foot office is located just off of the Katy Trail, near Highland Park, and the building is certainly striking. The project is intended to be representative of the owners’ legacy – humility and stewardship –…

Form Follows Fitness 5k

We had a great turnout for the Form Follows Fitness 5k this year with 27 GFFers, several kids, dogs and one puppy all taking part. Click to see pictures!

GFF Inspiring Future Generations

GFF’s own Jennifer Workman was honored by the Girl Scouts of America on Saturday. Jennifer has led a group of GFF Architects and Interior Designers in working with local Girl Scouts, designing and building their entries in the annual Girl Scout Cookie Box Build competition.  The past few years the group has met weekly for…

Form Follows Fitness 5k

This year GFF had over 30 participants in the For Follows Fitness 5k which benefits the Dallas Center for Architecture. The 5K runs through Uptown, The Arts District, and Downtown. This area showcases some of the best architecture in the nation! The 2015 event raised over $75,000 for the Dallas Center for Architecture with 2,000…

Portrait of a GFFer: Jennifer Workman

Meet Jennifer Workman. Jennifer has been with GFF for over 10 years and is a member of Tammy Chambless’ studio. When Jennifer isn’t working you can most likely find her gardening different vegetables, she says her secret is Olla Pot, or at one of her many volunteer gigs: Girl Scouts as a STEM mentor and Cookie…

Girl Scout Cookie Box Competition

This past weekend Jennifer Workman, Jeanmarie Brienza, Kathleen Wu, Kelsey Vusich and Lauren Amos participated with a troop in the Girl Scout Cookie Box Competition. This annual competition pairs Girl Scout troops with women architects and engineers from local firms to create free-standing structures using cookie boxes. This year’s theme incorporates ecosystems and features 10 different…