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Richard Green

Director of Sciences Group

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Richard Green, FAIA is currently Director, Sciences Group for CBT/Childs Bertman Tseckares, Inc. a 200 person architectural, planning, and interior design firm located in Boston, Massachusetts. Previously, Richard served as a Designer and Senior Designer for The Stubbins Associates, Inc. an internationally recognized architecture, planning, and interior design firm, from 1968 until his retirement in December 2003. For 20 of his 35 years with this firm, he also served as President and/or Chairman of the Board of Directors. During his tenure, he was responsible for designing many of the firm’s award-winning projects including the Treasury Building in Singapore as well as numerous college and university facilities. Elected in design to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in 1993, Mr. Green's work has appeared in major national and international publications including Progressive Architecture, Architectural Record and Architecture. He has lectured at Harvard, Princeton, The University of Southern California, Arizona State University, the National University of Mexico and numerous other institutions.

Mr. Green received his Bachelor of Architecture (with Honors) from North Carolina State University in 1968 and was a Loeb Fellow in Advanced Environmental Studies at Harvard University in 1978-79. His recent science projects include facilities at Fitchburg State College, St. Lawrence University, Carleton College, University Center at Rochester, MN, the University of Minnesota, Morris, the University of Chicago, Northern Michigan University, North Carolina State University, the University of Michigan-Dearborn, Duke University, and the University of Louisville. Mr. Green has taught at the Boston Architectural Center, North Carolina State University, and California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and is currently Adjunct Professor of Architecture in the University of Hawaii Architecture Doctorate program.

The architect's perspective: Budgeting and financing for STEM facilities
From the architect's perspective, Richard Green offers advice on planning a STEM facility. He emphasizes the importance of communication among the institution members, architect, and construction manager or contractor. By understanding hard, soft and long-term operating costs, facility planners can be active and knowledgeable participants in the planning and construction process.
Sustainability: St. Lawrence University
A discussion of sustainable design practices as implemented at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY.
The Marye Anne Fox Undergraduate Science Teaching Laboratory and the David Clark Laboratory Expansion
New spaces for science: the Marye Anne Fox Undergraduate Science Teaching Laboratory and the David Clark Laboratory Expansion, North Carolina State University in Raleigh.
Renovating Space for Undergraduate Science and Mathematics
Renovating Space for Undergraduate Science and Mathematics