Jeremy Roehr joined GFF in May 2011 after earning his Master of Architecture from The University of Kansas School of Architecture and Design. He was named an Associate Principal in 2021 and serves as the Studio Director for GFF’s team focused on K-12 and higher education. He is also an important member of GFF’s Recruiting Team helping to identify talent for the firm.
Since joining GFF he has worked on a number of private schools, religious education buildings, churches and similar institutional projects from initial schematic design and planning through construction administration. Jeremy’s interest and experience lies in projects with complex programs and his critical thinking skills have proven to help preserve the client’s vision and ensure the success of the project.
Jeremy is a graduate of the Class of 2017 AIA Dallas Emerging Leaders Program which identifies, cultivates, and mentors young leaders in three areas of leadership: The Firm, The Profession, and The Community. He serves on The Real Estate Council’s (TREC) Professional Services Committee helping to align nonprofit organizations with other members of TREC to provide their expertise for the benefit of the nonprofit. His project awards include the 2019 Solomon Award for Youth and Children’s Spaces on the Woodcreek Church – Children’s Education Building and Gym.