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Greg Wachalski, AIA, NCARB

Vice President

Mr. Wachalski combines business background with architectural experience. Prior to joining B&D, he practiced architecture in Chicago with Daniel P. Coffey Associates and A. Epstein & Sons International, where he participated in all design phases including schematic design, design development, construction documents, and construction observation.

At B&D, Mr. Wachalski has focused on student life facilities at universities and colleges. With more than 150 projects in his portfolio, Mr. Wachalski has developed expertise ranging from market analysis and comprehensive financial planning to project delivery methods and P3 consulting.

Mr. Wachalski has shared his experience and ideas through presentations at ACUHO-I, SCUP, and other national and regional industry conferences.

 

Education 

M.B.A. (Illinois Institute of Technology Stuart School of Business)

B.Arch. (Illinois Institute of Technology)

CERTIFICATIONS / associationS 

Registered Architect, Washington, DC

PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONs 

2016
Planning a Satellite Campus That Delivers Market-Responsive Education in Under-Served AreasDownload
2016
P3 Isn’t Always the Best OptionDownload
2014
Investing in the Student Life Experience: Northwestern University Residential Services Master PlanDownload
2014
Creating a Northwestern Experience: Revitalizing Student Life Through Auxiliary ServicesDownload
2012
Recreation Facilities Planning & ImplementationDownload
2011
Evolution of a Plan: Redevelopment of the Purdue University Recreational Sports CenterDownload
2010
Partnering to Meet University and Community Real Estate NeedsDownload
2008
The Latest in Campus Athletic and Recreation FacilitiesDownload
2007
The Dynamics of Institutional Leaders Participating in the Long-Range Planning Process for Housing and Residence Life ProgramsDownload
2007
Renovation & Expansion Strategies for Large-Scale Recreation CentersDownload

In the News 

Student Housing at CGCC Unlikely for NowColumbia-Greene Community College has been pondering the idea of on-campus student housing for about 10 years, and at Monday’s board of trustees meeting, they got an answer: not now.

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The Subway School Plans a DormitoryCity College, the subway school you went to on the D train while living at home with your parents, is about to get a dormitory.

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CSI Eyes Campus HousingThe College of Staten Island may become the second of the City University of New York's 19 academic institutions to have on-campus housing for students and faculty.

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