Two Valued Colleagues Rise into Senior Roles at Goody Clancy
As the year winds down, Goody Clancy is gearing up for an era of growth and exploration – including the addition of two talented and devoted people to our group of Senior Associates. George Perkins and Jefferson Poole have worked at Goody Clancy for over a decade, cultivating design and management skills, client relationships, and contributing to many of our most transformative hallmark projects. Congratulations to Jefferson and George – we wouldn’t be us without you! Read on for full bios of our new Senior Associates.
George Perkins, AIA, LEED AP, joined Goody Clancy in 1999 and has contributed to a wide variety of projects, serving as project manager for some of the firm’s most complex and challenging work. Most recently George served as project manager for the Integrated Sciences Complex at UMass Boston and is now transitioning to a similar role on the Isenberg School of Management at UMass Amherst. Prior to this, he was project manager for the J. Michael Ruane Judicial Center in Salem. Other notable projects include Heritage Hall at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Purdue University’s Rawls Hall at the Krannert Graduate School of Management, the Kittredge Center for Business and Technology at Holyoke Community College, and the Jerry S. Rawls College of Business Administration at Texas Tech University. George’s thoroughness, tenacity and collaborative working style have earned him his clients’ trust and have made him a highly valuable team leader. When taking a break from authoring his famed CA lessons-learned list, George is a noted rock musician.
Jefferson Poole, AIA, LEED AP, first joined Goody Clancy in 2003 and played key design roles on several teams including work on the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University and the South Residence Halls and Dining Facility at The University of Chicago. After leaving the firm and moving to Barcelona for two years to pursue graduate studies at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Jefferson rejoined Goody Clancy in 2010 and has since made major design contributions to the Integrated Sciences Complex at UMass Boston, the Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Executive Education Center at Harvard Business School and other projects. Jefferson is currently leading the design effort for our predesign study of the Engineering Research Building at Virginia Commonwealth University, and is a key contributor to our work at the University of Minnesota. He has recently taken on an expanded role in our marketing and business development. Jefferson’s work embodies a strong commitment to advancing transformative design that integrates sustainability. He now serves as a Co-Chair of the firm’s 2030 Committee.