Gene Sandoval is a Design Partner whose philosophy is based on fresh, holistic and socially responsible ideas that also respect aggressive budgets and schedules. For the last two decades at ZGF, he has been responsible for the design and design team leadership on architectural, urban design and interiors projects, ranging from academic buildings and corporate headquarters to regional transportation systems. He led the design of the Port of Portland Headquarters Office Building, the Twelve | West Mixed Use Building, which is home to ZGF's Portland office, and the University of Oregon John E. Jaqua Academic Center in Eugene. His other recent experience includes the University of Oregon Athletic Medicine Center in Eugene, the Eliot housing project in Portland, the Portland Transit Mall Revitalization, and stations for the Sound Transit Light Rail system in Seattle. Eugene was honored as one of Portland's top "40 Under 40" business leaders by Oregon Business Magazine. He has a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon.