Gary's professional experience includes leading the strategic space planning, site and building planning, programming, laboratory planning, project management and sustainable design for research and learning environments for higher education, government and corporations. His focus is on creating innovative and flexible academic teaching and research environments, enabling the highest levels of discovery and collaboration while building richly layered scientific communities.
Gary is active in research collaborations with Georgia Institute of Technology's Center for Bio-Inspired Design as well as the Living Spaces Collaboratory. He has presented and participated in Project Kaleidoscope's (PKAL) facilities workshops and roundtables on the future of academic science, technology and engineering across the country. Gary is also a co-leader in the national "LEED for Labs" workshops for the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).