With AC Martin for over 20 years, Tammy Jow has worked on some of the firm’s most significant projects. Her diverse body of work includes the new Madera County Courthouse, the Campus Center at the University of Southern California, the Hollenbeck Replacement Police Station in Boyle Heights, and the Cal/EPA Headquarters in Sacramento. Tammy is experienced in all aspects of design and construction. Her team-building skills, coupled with her architectural background, is especially effective in helping all stakeholders translate their project goals to the design team and vice versa. She served as Project Director for the Wilshire Grand Redevelopment Project and currently holds that position for the New Natural Resources Headquarters Building in Sacramento. In the role of Project Director, she is responsible for coordinating the efforts of the entire design team, including a vast array of consultants, liaising with the client, and working closely with the General Contractor and the myriad of Trade Partners.
Tammy received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Southern California. She is also a LEED Accredited Professional, and a USC Architectural Guild Board Member, where she was recently honored with the Outstanding Service Award.