Jeremy Roehr, AIA, LEED Green Associate

University of Kansas

Jeremy Roehr is a Project Leader with GFF, Inc

Jeremy joined GFF in May 2011 as a member of the firm’s Church Works Studio. He has experience working on a number of church and private school projects from initial schematic design and planning through construction administration. As a licensed project architect, both his ability to foresee issues before they arise and his overall understanding of architecture are a valuable asset to the studio. Jeremy’s interest and experience lies in projects with complex programs, which makes him a natural fit for the Church Works Studio and the clients they serve. His critical thinking skills have proven to help preserve the client’s vision and ensure the success of the project.

Jeremy earned his Master of Architecture in 2011 from The University of Kansas School of Architecture and Design. While there, he was part of a team that received a Disaster Relief Grant to help fund an Emergency Disaster Relief shelter design/build project. Through his numerous accolades, he was named the 2009 AIA St. Louis Wischmeyer Scholar. His Master’s program studies focused on global architectural design and he was selected to intern at the award-winning French firm of Jean Marc Ibos et Myrto Vitart in Paris, France.

Jeremy is a graduate of the Class of 2017 AIA Dallas Emerging Leaders Program that identifies, cultivates, and mentors young leaders in three areas of leadership: The Firm, The Profession, and The Community. He was named an Associate at GFF in 2018.


‘On My Own Time’ Gallery 2019

This summer, GFF took part in our eighth year of On My Own Time. By working closely with Business Council for the Arts, we created an outstanding art show featuring the talent of our employees and spouses. GFF’s Tara Harandi and Perry Weber served as OMOT Ambassadors who managed the in-house exhibitions and acted as…


‘On My Own Time’ Gallery 2018

This summer, GFF held our seventh annual 'On My Own Time' gallery at the Kettle Art Gallery in Deep Ellum, where we showcased various types of artwork created by our employees. The North Texas Business Council for the Arts’ (NTBCA) On My Own Time program is an annual, regional competition showcasing individual talents of corporations’ employees outside of the…

Woodcreek Church Children’s Building Grand Opening

Woodcreek Church, located in Richardson, Texas celebrated their open house and building dedication ceremony this past weekend, for the recently completed, GFF designed, Children’s Building addition. The new building is separated from the existing building but tethered with 3 pedestrian links that create several unique features in the building design including a check-in “dock” equipped…

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GFF Announces 2018 Promotions

GFF is proud to begin 2018 with the celebration and announcement of our recent promotions. The group consists of 29 of the firm’s talented and dedicated architects, interior designers, planners, landscape architects and operational staff members. Mark Bowles, ASLA was named Studio Director of GFF Landscape. Jacquelyn Block, AIA, LEED AP, Philip DeLaughter, Steven Hauk,…

Happy New Year from GFF

GFF celebrated their 35th anniversary and annual Holiday Party at Factory Six03. The newly renovated West End Building was designed by GFF’s own Chris Andersen, Jillian Brooks, Reagan Compton, Larry Good and Traci Webster. Being able to celebrate these milestones at a building close to our hearts made the evening all the more special! Happy…

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KU Reception at GFF

GFF was honored to host a reception for the visiting students, alumni and staff from The University of Kansas. After visiting the Perot Museum with GFF’s Duncan Fulton, our guests enjoyed beverages and hors d’oeuvres, while catching up and talking all things architecture. Rock Chalk, Jayhawks!