Andrew Georgiadis, with Dover, Kohl & Partners, Coral Gables, FL, since 2001, has participated in over 50 design charrettes with the firm. He produces many of the firm’s watercolor renderings used to depict urban form. Andrew uses his design and planning expertise to improve his local community as well as other international communities. Andrew has been active in planning low carbon transit systems in Miami to increase livability and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. He frequently serves as a guest design critic at the University of Miami School of Architecture. Andrew received both his Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architecture in Suburb & Town Design from the University of Miami. He is a LEED-accredited professional, and a member of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU).