Diego Calderón, Construction Manager, ATRIO
Georgina joined the Richard Rogers Partnership in 2003 and was made an Associate in in 2007 when the practice changed its name to Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. In 2016, she became an Associate Partner of RSHP.
She is now our Director of the Americas, based in our New York office, where she leads RSHP’s North America business development and operations, strengthening the link with our US-based clients and consultants and further enhancing our capacity to serve the projects in the region.
Georgina was involved in the early stages of the concept design for 3 World Trade Center in New York where her role evolved into team leader for the later stages of the design, coordinating client and consultants. 3 WTC was awarded the American Architecture Award in 2019.
She played a key role in the design coordination and client liaison for the BBVA Bancomer Tower in Mexico City, spending two years in Mexico collaborating directly with the client team and the local partner Legorreta. This was integral to the design development and its implementation on site and in 2018 the project achieved a LEED Platinum certification. It was also awarded the RIBA Award for International Excellence the same year.
The experience she obtained in high-rise design, along with her collaboration in international projects, made her a key participant in Atrio, two high-rise office buildings in Bogotá, Colombia.
The first tower was completed in 2020 and the project is already the recipient of LEED Gold certification and 3 Awards of Excellence by the CTBUH.
Georgina was initially involved in the facade and structural packages and later spent time in Bogota as client liaison and coordination role with the executive architect at the later stages of the design and construction documents.
Georgina has also worked on Taoyuan Airport, Terminal 3 project in Taiwan. Initially, her emphasis was on the masterplanning and design of the Multifunctional Building, a 200,000 m2 development adjacent to the new terminal building. During 2017-2018, she worked directly with the local architect and consultants through to the final delivery of the Terminal building design.
Georgina has been responsible for overseeing the design of the 30 Bay Street development in Toronto. The new 60-storey tower, which will be one of Toronto’s tallest commercial office buildings, will deliver in excess of 1.4 million square feet of premium AAA class rentable office space in Toronto’s downtown area.