AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Greg is a principal at ECO-MAR and director of sustainable architecture, strategic value management, and energy and environmental policy.
He is a registered architect with more than 28 years of experience in the design and planning of government, commercial, and medical facilities throughout the world. He has a B.Arch from the Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture and an MS in Energy Policy and Climate from Johns Hopkins University. He holds an NCARB certificate and architectural registrations in PA, WV, VA, MD, and NY.
Greg’s experience encompasses hundreds of architectural projects, more than 90 value engineering studies, and dozens of post occupancy evaluation studies, as well as background in research in sustainable design and energy/environmental policy.
Greg’s past clients include: the US Department of State, the General Services Administration, the National Institute of Testing and Standards, the National Institutes of Health, the National Institute of Building Sciences, the Veteran’s Administration, the Army Corps of Engineers, the Abu Dhabi Police, Patronus Heath, Sibley Memorial Hospital, Medstar, UMMS, and a number of firms in the AEC industry.
PUBLIC SPEAKER / THOUGHT LEADER
Greg is an international public speaker known for his entertaining and inspiring style. Highlights include:
- SAVE International Convention 2007
- Presenter to Lerch Early Brewer “Introduction to LEED”
- Presenter to Heilongjiang, China delegation to Washington DC “High Performance Architecture in the National Capital Region”
- Presenter to the Harbin Conference on Environmental Sustainability (with Carnegie Mellon), Harbin, China “High Performance Architecture in Practice”
- Presenter to the Guangdong Power Association (with Carnegie Mellon), Chevy Chase, MD “High Performance Architecture and New Technologies in Energy Productions”
Key publications include:
- “Developing Policy for Beneficial Use of Waste Heat Energy for Low-Carbon Impact Thermal Desalination,” Johns Hopkins University, December, 2017
- Contributing Author and Advisor to the National Institute of Building Sciences Guidelines for Post Occupancy Evaluation and for Project Management Planning for the Department of Veterans Affairs, CFM, 2011
- Contributing Author and Advisor to Montgomery County for the Green Business Certification Program, 2010
- “The Value of Care,” Medical Design & Construction, July, 2007
- “Environmental Sustainability: Collaboration and Marketing Best Practices in the Building Industry, Chapter 2 – Commonality of Quality: Value Engineering, Environmental Sustainability and High Performance Buildings,” 2007
- “Sustainable Construction: A Turning Point in the Environment of Care,” Medical Design & Construction, November, 2006