Bert Gregory, FAIA

Bert Gregory, FAIA

Design Partner & CEO of Mithun

Location
Greater Seattle Area
Industry
Architecture & Planning

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Bert Gregory, FAIA's Summary

As Chairman and CEO of Mithun, Bert Gregory, FAIA, leads an interdisciplinary practice of architects, urban designers, interior designers, and landscape architects, dedicated to setting new, achievable standards for sustainable design. He is an expert in the development of resource-efficient structures and communities, and serves as a national leader and advocate for sustainable building and urbanism. His perspective reaches beyond traditional architecture to merge science and design—an interdisciplinary approach that creates lasting places for people. With Mithun’s offices in Seattle and Mithun I Solomon in San Francisco, he has transformed the 60-year old regional architecture and planning firm into a national force inspiring a sustainable world through integrated design.

Bert is past Co-Chair of the Urban Land Institute’s Climate, Land Use and Energy Advisory Group, Advisor to the National Building Museum’s Intelligent Cities Initiative, and past Vice Chair of the USGBC LEED® for Neighborhood Development (LEED-ND) core committee.

He currently serves on the Clinton Climate Initiative’s Climate Positive Program’s Technical Resource Group, the ULI TOD Council & NW Governance Committee, as Vice Chair of the Forterra Board, and on Seattle's Green Ribbon Commission.

Bert’s design awards include four AIA COTE Top Ten Green Projects, including one for the carbon neutral Lloyd Crossing Sustainable Urban Design Plan - a precursor to Portland’s EcoDistrict initiative; two ASLA national honor awards; and the AIA national honor award for regional and urban design. His research initiatives include leading a carbon accounting effort for Seattle’s “Reality Check,” a regional growth exercise by the Puget Sound Regional Council of Governments and the ULI, and one of the first web-based materials carbon calculators in collaboration with the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Washington Program on the Environment.

Specialties

Sustainable Design, Transit Oriented Design, Urban Design, Integrated Design

Bert Gregory, FAIA's Experience

Chairman & CEO

Mithun

Privately Held; 51-200 employees; Architecture & Planning industry

April 1985Present (29 years 6 months)

Mithun’s architects, interior architects, landscape architects, planners, scientists and designers are working to inspire a sustainable world through leadership, innovation and integrated design.

Bert Gregory, FAIA's Education

Montana State University-Bozeman

Master of Architecture, Bachelor of Architecture

Activities and Societies: Tau Sigma Delta Silver Medal

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Nature, Cities, Science, Design, Art, Family

Groups and Associations:

AIA, Urban Land Institute, US Green Building Council (Former LEED ND Co-Vice Chair,) Washington Clean Technology Alliance, Congress for New Urbanism, Clinton Climate Initiative, Forterra (formerly Cascade Land Conservancy) Board of Directors.

Honors and Awards:

AIA National Honor Award for Regional & Urban Design, (2) ASLA National Honor Award for Planning & Analysis, (4) AIA Committee on the Environment Top Ten Green Projects, Environmental Design Research Association Places Award, Urban Land Institute Award of Excellance, Fellow American Institute of Architects.

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