Sean McGreal has 17 years of professional experience in the design of academic, residential, judicial, research, and office facilities, as well as historic renovations. As a designer, he is responsible for the quality of design and documentation throughout all phases of a project, beginning from conceptual design through construction administration. Growing up in rural West Virginia, his admiration for the sights around him—whether of newly constructed buildings, dilapidated barns in a frozen state of collapse, or abandoned cars overgrown with weeds—led to his interest in architecture. This perspective of man-made structures interacting with Mother Nature inspired his love for design and the way the esoteric notions of beauty can be combined with the rationality of engineering. Hence, Sean is devoted to creating spaces and places of lasting beauty that integrate high-performance features. He works closely with clients, such as the University of California, Los Angeles; Soka University of America; Arizona State University; The University of Arizona; Children’s Hospital Los Angeles; the J. Craig Venter Institute; and the Judicial Council of California, to ensure that each design is efficient, resilient, and cost-effective. Sean holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Judicial Council of California, Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara, Family Justice Center Courthouse
The University of Texas at Austin, Dell Medical School, Health Transformation Building and Health Discovery Building