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Frank Greene

Frank Greene

New York, NY, US

 
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About 

Frank J. Greene, FAIA, Director of Greene Justice Architecture, is an internationally recognized leader in Justice planning and design.  He is past chair of the AIA AAJ, a founding member of the Sustainable Justice initiative of the AAJ, and is a frequent speaker and writer on justice work.  As lead designer and collaborator his buildings have received many design awards.  He played a key role in the Master Plan in developing the Beyond Rikers, Borough Based Jails Master Plan for New York City.

Employment 

Greene Justice Architecture, Katonah, NY, US, Director

Frank J. Greene, FAIA is a leading planner and designer of courthouses and other justice buildings. Over the past thirty years, he has contributed to more than fifty courthouse projects across North America, ranging in size from one and two courtrooms to more than seventy courtrooms. He has acted in many different roles, as Principal in Charge and Lead Designer, as Design Collaborator, and as subject matter expert advisor and has a well earned reputation for high performance, evidence based projects that are on budget, and cherished by the communities they serve.

Oct 2019 - current
 

CGL / Ricci Greene Associates, New York, NY, Director of Design, Executive Vice President

Nov 1989 - Oct 2019
 

Education 

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, US, M. Arch. I

Sep 1978 - Jan 1980
 

Howard University School of Architecture and Planning, Washington, DC, US, BArch, Bachelor of Architecture

Sep 1972 - Jun 1978
 

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