Greg’s formal introduction to the architecture profession began at the age of 15 when an opportunity was presented by his high school drafting instructor to work for an architect developing construction documents for multi-family housing projects. Subsequent opportunities included working with a mechanical and electrical engineering firm doing retail design, acoustical engineering, historical building surveys, and residential construction. From these early experiences, Greg came to understand that the design and development of a building is an outgrowth of the needs of multiple stakeholders, environmental influences, and the talents of a variety of individuals. “My passion and excitement as an architect and planner come from bringing the appropriate talents together to interact with our clients, understand their goals and needs, and then integrate and coordinate those talents to produce projects that exceed the expectations of our clients.” This passion fits well with the delivery of healthcare and institutional projects which have encompassed much of his professional career. “I enjoy creating environments that heal, educate and positively impact the well-being of the people. It is also my privilege and obligation to mentor and pass along to students and young architects, the knowledge and excitement of the design profession as my drafting instructor did at the infancy of my career.”

Greg’s personal life experiences continue to be enriched with his wife by traveling, hiking, kayaking, and snowshoeing, pursuing the ever-elusive hole-in-one, and nurturing the evolution of his three adult children as they make their ways in the world.

Education

Masters of Architecture
University of Michigan

Bachelor of Science, Architecture
University of Michigan

Professional Registration

Licensed Architect, Michigan

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Architects (AIA)