Jeremiah O. Ekoja, Assoc. AIA
Jeremiah brings skills in all phases of design, from concept through construction, to supporting DC-area project teams. After earning a B.S. in architecture and environmental design and an M.Arch. from Morgan State University, he applied his prodigious abilities in architectural drawing and rendering to creating public and private outdoor spaces in and around DC. As an intern, he worked with a landscape architect to design parks in various Baltimore neighborhoods, and, as a graduate assistant, he participated in innovative design programs, including the HBCU Africa Innovation City and the Bethel Burying Ground Memorial competition. At Hoffmann, he applies his studies of the relationship between communities and the built environment to the thoughtful design of building enclosure projects.
Outside the office, Jeremiah bikes and hikes local trails along the Potomac River, at the Great Falls of the Potomac and at Rock Creek National Park. He also enjoys photography, painting with acrylics, and sculpting with clay, as well as flying drones, skateboarding, and roller skating. An avid traveler, Jeremiah has visited London, as well as several countries in Western and Central Africa, including Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, and Cameroon.
Jeremiah is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Associate. He is also a member of the Hoffmann Diversity & Inclusion Committee.
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