Lawrence A. Greene, AIA
Board Executive / Architect
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Lawrence A. Greene, AIA, Chairman of the Firm, obtained his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Syracuse University in 1957 and is a registered architect in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, New York, and New Jersey. During his early career he worked for architectural offices in Syracuse, NY, Allentown, and Bethlehem. He became associated with this Firm in 1960, left for a short period a few years later, and returned permanently in 1964. He is an active member of the American Institute of Architects, having served as a member, and formerly chairman, of its national Committee on Architecture for Commerce and Industry (1973 – 1981). He is also past president (1972) of AIA Eastern Pennsylvania and served on the Board of Directors of AIA Pennsylvania from 1987 through 1992.
Active in a variety of civic endeavors, Mr. Greene was a member and past president of the Rotary Club of Reading and serves, or has served, on the Board of Directors of the Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce, the United Way of Berks County, Home Health Care Management (parent corp. of Berks Visiting Nurse Association), Muhlenberg College, and BARTA.
Mr. Greene has been engaged in the practice of architecture for 56 years, the past 48 as a firm principal. The experience gained over that period has been very broad, encompassing most major building types – commercial, industrial, educational, public and private institutional, housing – and project sizes ranging from small individual buildings to large multi-story, mixed-use structures. In recent years a major involvement with historic rehabilitation and renovation of existing structures has emerged as a significant element of his involvement in the firm’s work.
Registration – Architect
Bachelor of Architecture
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
(Past Chairman, Committee on Architecture for Commerce & Industry)
AIA Pennsylvania (Past Member of Bd. of Directors)
AIA Eastern Pennsylvania (Past President)
National Trust for Historic Preservation