Greg has been a licensed architect since 1982. A longtime member of the American Institute of Architects, he has served on the AIA Historic Resources Committee and the AIA Disaster Assessment Team.
When Greg’s junior high aptitude test suggested that he consider a career in architecture, he quickly dismissed it and went on to pursue his love of music. As the rock-and-roll lifestyle ran its course, he was looking for what to do next when a visit with a cousin in architectural school appealed to his “head and hands” approach to life.
Greg is drawn to architecture because of its perfect balance between the creative and the methodical, the artistic and the technical. He loves that there are always unique problems requiring an elegant solution that satisfies the criteria and is flexible and buildable. He embraces the challenge of continuing to improve the process of doing architecture and of mastering the skills that support modern methods.
The Hills Pet Nutrition research complex. Any time animals are part of the user-group it adds a new dimension to the project!
We have a great collection of people at SDG. There isn’t anyone here I don’t like, so that makes for a comfortable work environment.
SDG also recognizes that all people are unique, with different strengths and working styles, and there is not ‘one right way’ to do things. Supporting these diverse strengths and styles, and matching them to the task at hand, leads to maximum individual performance and job satisfaction.
Life is change. Regardless of experience level there is always room for improvement and opportunity to do better.
Abraham Lincoln; my mother – not necessarily in that order.
Jesus. He’d be a very interesting guy.