AIA, LEED AP BD+C
"To play a part in the creation of facilities that allow student-athletes to develop their absolute best; that let professional athletes perform in front of thousands of cheering fans; or that allow those fans to experience an unforgettable game-day atmosphere, is incredibly satisfying, and why I love doing what I do.”
As a former Division I student-athlete himself, Greg understands first-hand the impact that facilities can have on the day-to-day life of the people he designs for. He has parlayed his personal experience and knowledge into a series of award-winning athletic facilities that positively impact athletes, coaches, administrators, and fans alike with thoughtful, functional, and elegant solutions that address the specific needs of each client. His passion for sports facility design is evident as he leads clients through the entire design process, beginning with project development, through programming and design conceptualization to project completion.
Greg has led design teams on major arenas, including CenturyLink Center and Pinnacle Bank Arena, collegiate baseball stadiums, such as Alex Box Stadium at LSU, the modernization of Disch-Falk Field at the University of Texas, and PK Park at the University of Oregon. He has also worked on collegiate football stadiums including TDECU Stadium at the University of Houston, and Richardson Stadium at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. In addition, he has experience designing minor league ballparks, collegiate softball stadiums, and other athletic facility types across the U.S., and abroad.
"I love being able to help guide a room full of diverse opinions about what a project could be into a cohesive vision that everybody can get excited about. Through careful listening and collaborative idea-sharing, we can turn abstract notions into facilities that can give student-athletes a competitive edge, provide professional athletes a platform to shine, and offer fans memories that last a lifetime.”