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John J. DuCongé, RA, LEED AP

The Georgia Institute of Technology
Senior Project Manager
John DuCongé is a Senior Project Manager in the Design & Construction department at The Georgia Institute of Technology (“Georgia Tech”). Prior to joining Georgia Tech in 2000, he served as a Project Architect in Gensler’s Washington D.C. and Atlanta offices for more than fifteen years. John is a Registered Architect with degrees from the University of Notre Dame and Georgia Tech.

Since joining Georgia Tech’s Capital Projects staff, John has managed a variety of project types ranging from infrastructure and landscape initiatives to large capital projects. Some of his most notable achievements include oversight of the design and construction of Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, which was Georgia Tech's first LEED Platinum Building, and the Engineered Biosystems Building (EBB) which won an AIA COTE Top 10 award. John is accomplished in managing large, complex projects with a focus on sustainable design.

He is currently serving as Senior Project Manager on The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design (KBISD), a 'living learning laboratory' seeking Living Building Challenge v3.1 Living certification. He is also the Senior Project Manager for the Georgia Tech Campus Center Re(in)novation, a phased, 15-acre development which will add and update multiple buildings in the heart of the Georgia Tech campus.