Architecture Professor Recognized for Distinguished Service

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Professor of Practice David Green was awarded a 2008 Bronze Medal from American Institute of Architecture Georgia Chapter at the Awards Gala in Atlanta October 4. The award recognizes distinguished and outstanding service to the Institute and the community.

Aligning with the theme of AIA Georgia's annual conference, "Changing Practice, Changing Communities," Green was lauded for making a difference in the community by getting involved.

The Chapter noted Green's brilliant and refreshing perspective to the planning and design issues facing communities today, and his intensity combined with the desire to find pragmatic solutions to critical urban issues which has translated a responsible and successful professional practice. Further, the Chapter noted Green's passion and intensity for academic pursuits related to architecture and urban design are highly regarded by his peers.

Green is a principal in the Atlanta firm of Lord Aeck Sargent and has taught in the College of Architecture at Georgia Tech since 1992. He was appointed to Professor of Practice in 2008.

Professionally he has been involved in numerous residential and commercial projects for over fifteen years. He has extensive experience in community development and land-use issues, and works closely with numerous community development corporations, neighborhood groups and municipalities.

He received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Architecture degrees from Georgia Tech in 1988 and 1991, respectively. He is registered in 25 states and involved in numerous professional associations.