2010 SCUP Excellence Awards Jurors

The following individuals will serve as jurors for the 2010 SCUP excellence awards program. Jurors are selected for their planning and design expertise from institutions and firms around the country.

Tom Fortier

Thomas F. Fortier
2010 Jury Chair

Thomas Fortier, AIA, LEED AP is the 2010 SCUP awards jury chair. He is a principal with Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects, LLP and manages an interactive and collaborative design process resulting in numerous successful planning and award-winning projects. He assists institutions with planning, programming, budgeting, scheduling, and implementation. He served as a juror during the first year of SCUP's award program in 2000 and again in 2009.

 
Carl Elefante

Carl Elefante
2010 Juror

Carl Elefante, FAIA, LEED AP is Quinn Evans Architects' director of sustainable design and a principal in their Washington, DC office. He has built an extensive body of work that has defined and shaped the field of sustainable preservation by blending historic preservation with sustainable design practices. He is a strong proponent of collaboration, is an advocate for broad thinking within the green building movement, and volunteers on national advisory committees. This is his first year serving as a SCUP juror.

 
Mark Hough

Mark H. Hough
2010 Juror

Mark Hough, RLA, ASLA is the campus landscape architect in the office of the university architect at Duke University where he has overseen the site design of the campus during the largest period of growth since its original construction. He is responsible for project design, capital project design oversight, consultant selection, master planning and the creation and implementation of campus site guidelines and standards. He is chair of the ASLA Campus Planning and Design Professional Practice Network. This is his second year serving as a SCUP juror.

 
Jennifer Jones

Jennifer Jones
2010 Juror

Jennifer Jones, RLA, ASLA is a principal with Carol R. Johnson Associates. She has directed a wide range of site master planning and design efforts on over 35 college and university campuses, several schools of business and over 20 US consulates and embassies around the world. Her college and university work includes comprehensive landscape master plans, landscape portions of multidisciplinary master plans and specific building-related site designs. She is a frequent lecturer, juror and the recipient of several prestigious awards. This is her first year serving as a SCUP juror.

 
Reed Kroloff

Reed Kroloff
2010 Juror

Reed Kroloff is director of the Cranbrook Academy of Art and Art Museum in Michigan. He is a nationally known commentator in architecture and design. He served as dean of architecture at Tulane University during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. He has received numerous awards including the prestigious Rome Prize from the American Academy and has served as a juror for many awards programs. He was with Architecture magazine from 1995-2002 and served as editor-in-chief from 1998-2002. This is his first year serving as a SCUP juror.

 
Dave Lenox

David P. Lenox
2010 Juror

David Lenox, AIA is the university architect and director of campus planning and design at Stanford University where his focus is on establishing a framework for continued physical growth of the campus to support the mission and vision of the university. He has led development of a campus master plan outlining strategies to restore the original Olmsted campus plan and has worked with schools and departments to create a system of district plans and new buildings. He was previously a principal at an Ohio firm where his work focused on architectural design in the corporate and transportation markets. This is his first year serving as a SCUP juror.

 
Laura Shinn

Laura V. Shinn
2010 Juror

Laura Shinn, AIA, AICP is the director of planning in the office of facilities operations and development at The Ohio State University main campus. She oversees capital, space and master planning, and the renewal and deferred maintenance planning program for the university. Prior to her work at the university, she worked in private practice as an architect specializing in historic preservation and accessible design. This is her second year serving as a SCUP juror.