The Triangle Club presents "Indelible Mark - Transforming the UI Campus"
The presentation will summarize current 2008 flood recovery projects and the other projects on the UI campus that are making this the most transformational period in the history of the University.
Rod Lehnertz is Director of Planning, Design & Construction at The University of Iowa, where his responsibilities include campus master planning, capital project management, and campus space management. He started at The University of Iowa in 1994 as an architect and project manager and has been directing campus planning efforts since 2003. In addition to more than $150M in project work each year, Rod’s department is central to the recovery and replacement projects related to the 2008 flood. While working as part of a team of many to address this historic period of campus transformation, Rod was named the Iowa City Press Citizen Person of the Year in 2013.
Born and raised in Iowa City, Rod received his B.S. in Architecture from the University of Kansas in 1990, and his Executive M.B.A. from The University of Iowa in 2002. He is a licensed architect and a LEED-accredited professional. In 2006 Rod co-authored The University of Iowa – Guide to Campus Architecture, a book celebrating the many notable building designs on the UI campus. Rod was also a contributing author for A Watershed Year – Anatomy of the Iowa Floods of 2008.