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Merrick School of Business

Gino Gemignani

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Thursday, May 1, 2014
Time: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Location: UB's Learning Commons, Town Hall 
1415 Maryland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21201

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Gino Gemignani
Legend in Real Estate

Please join the Merrick School of Business and our Real Estate and Economic Development Advisory Board as we welcome Gino Gemignani of Whiting-Turner for our next  Lessons from Legends in Real Estate event.

Gino GemignaniFor over a century the Whiting-Turner Contracting Company has been a leader in engineering talent and dedicated to their customers unique needs. In 1962 Gino Gemignani joined  Whiting-Turner and spent his first ten years building commercial and industrial facilities throughout the northeast. Nowadays Gemignani is responsible  for the organization’s business strategy and building technology initiatives. He'll share his career experiences and other stories at this interactive event.

  • Gino Gemignani's Bio

    Gino Gemignani is a senior vice president at The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company, currently responsible for the organization’s business strategy and building technology initiatives. In addition to his leadership role at Whiting-Turner, he is actively involved in promoting and supporting the Maryland Center for Education & Innovation (MCCEI) as vice-chair. He also serves as a board member or trustee of the following: the Engineering Advisory Board of UMBC, the Governor’s Workforce Investment Board (GWIB), Loyola University Maryland, St. Mary's Seminary and University and the Engineering Advisory Committee of Loyola University, Maryland. He has an Associate's degree in Construction Engineering from Baltimore Junior College and a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Loyola College. He is also a graduate of the LEADERship program of the Greater Baltimore Committee and Leadership Maryland. Mr. Gemignani received the Brother Bartholomew Award from Mount St. Joseph High School, the Distinguished Alumni Award from Baltimore City Community College, the Carroll Medal from Loyola College, the UMBC 2001 Engineer of the Year Award and the 2003 Business Leader of the Year award from the Sellinger School of Business at Loyola. He is also the former president of the B&O Railroad Museum and a former chair of the Baltimore County Workforce Development Council, the Alliance for the Mentally Disabled, the Governor’s Workforce Investment Board (GWIB) and the Collegetown Business Advisory Council.