Gregg Venable

Gregg Venable

Gainesville, GA, US



I am an architectural intern working at a firm which specializes in industrial and commercial design and has experience in residential designs.  I am hungry for knowledge and aspire to be an architect which thinks about the design holistically; realizing that the ultimate built design affects everyone, client and neighbor included.  



Precision Planning, Inc., Lawrenceville, GA, US, Intern Architect

Intern Architect specializing in AutoCAD drafting for all phases of the design process and construction documentation. Responsible for drafting; rendering elevations and 3D models; submittals; code research; bidding documents; product research; assisting in editing specifications to match appropriate job and code reinforcement; and submitting documents for permitting.

1,231.5 of 5,600 IDP Hours Approved

Jun 2012 - current


Kennesaw State University, Marietta, GA, US, BArch, Bachelor of Architecture

In depth analysis of environmental studies, focusing on practical approaches to sufficient design solutions. Thorough studies of the solar path; wind analysis; solar gain; and other passive design strategies to develop projects which cultivate smart and efficient designs.
Complex and thorough studios focusing on holistic designs and well thought out theories.
Theory classes focusing on the development of architecture over time; specializing in architecture that has been proven to affect, positively, the culture which the architecture exists.

Jan 2007 - May 2012


Thesis Design Honor Award Nomination, Nomination

Thesis Studio - The thesis project was an opportunity to help bring community and fresh life into the typical suburban neighborhood by reorganizing the pattern of the streets, the placement of the home(s) and the communication of the home between itself and it's neighbors; this project took place within a section of the existing neighborhood which, at the moment, is vacant.


Design Honor Award, Award

Urban Design Award - group project; design for urban development within Atlanta, Georgia.


Design Honor Award Nomination, Nomination

Third Year Design Studio - Business Incubator along the Beltline. With the growing success of the Beltline, the Business Incubator was to be a local stop along the Trail and allow for small businesses to grow; also considered to be a necessary stop to allow for pedestrians to rest and enjoy local art and cuisine.


Design Honor Award Nomination, Nomination

Third Year Design Studio - Intervention along the Atlanta Beltline. Project was a building meant to celebrate local art and bring positive attention to the Beltline and it's positive affect to the surrounding communities.


Design Honor Award, Award

Second Year Design Studio - Residential Structure.


Areas of Specialization