Greg is a planner and architect in the campus planning and design practice at Sasaki. Since joining the firm in 1991, Greg has focused on master planning, design, and programming for institutional clients.
Greg’s multidisciplinary interests enable him to bring a collaborative approach to planning and design. In the institutional context, he actively works with clients to balance their mission with the environmental and financial aspects of sustainability.
His work includes comprehensive master plans for public universities across the United States including the following land-grant institutions: the University of Minnesota, the University of Nebraska, the University of Kentucky, Clemson University, Virginia Tech, Rutgers University, Mississippi State University, the University of Maine and Auburn University.
In a conversation hosted by SCUP and The Chronicle of Higher Education, panelists ask how COVID-19 has changed campus design
Principal Greg Havens, AIA, AICP pens a perspective for SCUP Journal's Summer 2020 issue, advocating schools seize the opportunity to plan with universal design principles as pedagogy and campus are reconceived to respond to the pandemic
Detailing the story of our discovery process and how we arrived at the recommendations for Rutgers 2030
Rethinking campus legacies to build solutions for the future
Virginia Tech and University of Buffalo are recognized at the yearly conference