Greg Norton has been working in Architecture for 7 years on projects ranging from Educational, Institutional, Federal, Municipal and Historic Preservation. Design scope has included conceptual design to construction administration doing higher-ed libraries, a virtual classroom, building rehabilitation for the U.S Coast Guard, building additions for the Air National Guard, space programming for various Federal agencies and architectural design of a nuclear defueling complex. The varied clients and unique design problems have enabled Greg to have a working knowledge of many different aspects of architecture and is eager to dive into the vast expertise of building envelope systems.
Prior to pursuing architecture, Greg grew up in South Portland, Maine. From there he went to undergrad at the University of Maine in Orono to study engineering and play baseball. After a few years working in civil engineering he decided to pursue his original dream of architecture.
After kicking around Providence and Boston for a few years, Greg found his way back to South Portland where he currently lives with his spouse and two girls.
Bachelors of Science – Civil Engineering
University of Maine, Orono (2007)
Masters of Architecture
Rhode Island School of Design (2012)