Greg Robley

Greg Robley

San Francisco, CA, US



Project Manager with over 20 years of experience in architectural planning, design, and construction management. Specializing in innovative design solutions for municipal, industrial, and transportation facilities.



MWA Architects, San Francisco, CA, US, Project Manager

Feb 2012 - current

Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, San Francisco, CA, US, Senior Associate Architect

Project Manager/Senior Associate Architect at top engineering and environmental science firm serving Federal, State, and Municipal water, industrial, and transportation clients
Completed programming, conceptual design, Revit modeling, and construction documents for $57M high profile commercial vehicle inspection facility for CHP/Caltrans, on track for LEED Gold certification
Designed office, lab, and maintenance facilities, as well as mechanical and process structures for water, wastewater, and industrial facilities, from concept through construction, on schedule and within budget
Produced project proposals, code reviews, space programs, complete building designs, 3D models and animations, client presentations, cost estimates, construction documents, and specifications
Handled building/fire department reviews, submittals, RFIs, change orders, and contractor disputes
Fostered strong working relationships with clients, consultants, and partner firms
Collaborated and coordinated daily with structural, mechanical, electrical, civil, and process engineers
Mentored and directed junior architects and engineers in all aspects of design and production
Spearheaded implementation of 3D/BIM technology, developed company standards and work flow procedures, and trained employees on the Revit platform

May 2002 - Oct 2011

Corgan, Dallas, TX, US, Project Architect

Project Architect with airport facility design group at top international architectural design firm
Construction document team leader for DFW Terminal D
Developed passenger terminal growth studies and programmatic space plans for DFW airport

Jul 2001 - Mar 2002

Airis International Holdings, LLP, Houston, TX, US, Project Architect

Project Architect for aviation facility development company with $2.3B portfolio
Produced land development master plans for major international airports worldwide
Designed speculative office, manufacturing, warehousing, maintenance, cargo distribution, postal processing, and hangar facilities
Performed site analysis, developed building programs, and researched codes and regulations
Directed architects and graphic designers in the production of multimedia presentations and 3D renderings and animations
Coordinated with consultants and product representatives in the development of innovative and cost effective architectural solutions

Jul 1998 - Apr 2001

Gensler, Houston, TX, US, Intern Architect

Architectural Intern at leading international architecture and interior design firm
Design team member for airport passenger terminals, office buildings, and interiors for major corporate clients including Dell and FedEx
Produced hand sketches, CAD drawings, physical models, computer models and renderings for design study, client presentations, and construction documents
Contributed to winning competition entries for corporate office buildings and campuses

Jul 1995 - Jul 1998


The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, US, BArch, Architecture

Participated in Professional Residency Program, working for 9 months at Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Paris, France.

Sep 1988 - Dec 1993

Areas of Specialization