Glenn Gardiner, AIA, LEED AP

Glenn Gardiner
“Architects must lead to ensure a sustainable life and clean environment for future generations.”

Glenn Gardiner, AIA, LEED AP brings over 30 years of experience and specializes in sustainable design for education, transportation, institutional, and residential clients. He earned a B.S. in Architecture from the University of Illinois and an M. Arch. from Miami University. During his studies he attended the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Versailles, France. Glenn is a past chairman of the Board of Registration and Examination of Architects for the State of Rhode Island, a member of the NCARB Exam Writing Committee for the A.R.E Exam, and an Adjunct Professor of Architecture at Roger Williams University where he has taught a studio focusing on educational facility design.

Glenn designed over 15 learning environments in Rhode Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts and developed master plans and multiple academic buildings for five school campuses. These projects range from early childhood development centers to private elementary and secondary school campuses. Recently he teamed with Providence Green Airport on their new Interlink transportation hub.He leads a team of professional planners, architects and interior designers.  He has been selected to speak about sustainability and planning at many conferences including the American Planners Association Conference, Traditional Building Conference, and the AIA Committee on Architecture for Education.