Ben Rogowski

Ben Rogowski Named to Board of USC Guild

As an alumni and ardent supporter of the University of Southern California, it just seemed liked a natural step for Associate Principal Ben Rogowski to be voted in as a Board member of the USC Guild. Congrats to Ben on this honor and the Guild’s work to link the more than 700 current students, thousands of alumni and world-class faculty affiliated with the School of Architecture with the prof
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JAMA Announces Leadership Promotions

Now, perhaps more than ever, our industry is looking to leaders to guide us through uncertain times ahead. At JAMA we are proud to announce our leadership has been strengthened with the following promotions. Here’s to an amazing group of fearless leaders and their ability to not only help JAMA survive, but thrive. Well done! Matt Timmers, Principal Ben Rogowski, Associate Principal Greg Orozco, Associate Principal Ju
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JAMA History Comes to Light on Current Project

Senior Project Manager Ben Rogowski stumbled onto a little bit of JAMA history this week with As Built drawings of the Amestoy Elementary School in Gardena, CA. It turns out that JAMA founder John A. “Jack” Martin was the engineer of record for the original school, constructed in 1955. We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to work on this facility again, with a modernization and building addition c
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JAMA Completes The First Annual Cornhole Cup

JAMA’s Activities & Adventure Committee was looking for a way to channel some of our employee’s competitive spirit into a fun game that could be done during short breaks at work and after hours. The answer: a cornhole tournament! Cornhole (or bean bag toss for those of us who have been around for a while) is a popular lawn game that’s pretty simple: throw your bean bag at a hole in your opponents raised platform
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Ben Rogowski Elevated to Project Manager

JAMA has started off the New Year with another promotion, elevating Structural Engineer Ben Rogowski, SE to Project Manager. Ben’s new title is an acknowledgement of his exceptional engineering and leadership skills, and his efforts to expand JAMA’s already comprehensive advanced technology skills. He and other’s efforts are moving JAMA’s capabilities beyond mere production further into structural design and analysis
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