Innovative thinker creates a building within a building
33, Senior Project Engineer
Since receiving a bachelor's degree from University of California, Los Angeles, and a master's from UC Berkeley, Emily Guglielmo has progressed from licensed engineer in training to licensed professional engineer and also licensed structural engineer at Martin/Martin. In the summer of 2012, she opened the company's San Francisco Bay Area office, which she manages. She was the project manager for the renovation and addition to the Mesa State College Field House in Grand Junction, Colo., where she implemented a building inside a building concept. This project was honored with a 2010 Best Projects award from ENR Mountain States. Guglielmo coauthored "Gender and Racial Diversity in the Structural Engineering Profession," which is a publication of the American Society of Civil Engineers Structural Engineering Institute. Guglielmo works with several engineering organizations to further the development of other young professionals and actively volunteers in the community through Habitat for Humanity and other efforts.