AUBURN — Harriman, a multi-disciplinary design and engineering firm, announces that Judy Johnson, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has been selected by the American Institute of Architects New England to serve on the AIA National Strategic Council.

Johnson will be one of 55 representatives on the council, each representing regions and areas of interest across the United States. The three-year appointment began on Jan. 1.

Johnson’s one-year term as president of AIA New England ended Dec. 31, 2016. Previously, she served a two-year term as president of AIA Maine. She has been a driving force for change at both levels, starting initiatives that refreshed the complexion of AIA Maine and AIA New England into more relevant, active groups, bringing awareness of opportunities to her fellow AIA members, and connecting the groups to the national level.

Her 34-year career as an architect has focused on innovative sustainable design strategies and measures, particularly on how to reduce the carbon footprint in building design. Notable projects include a LEED platinum-certified call center in Auburn, the LEED gold-certified residence hall at the University of Southern Maine and the new community center in Presque Isle which has achieved the Maine Advanced Building Award.

A registered architect in nine states, she is also NCARB certified and LEED AP BD+C accredited.

Harriman has offices in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. 

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