Frank J. Greene, FAIA plans and designs civic buildings that are diverse in their expression, their imagery defined by the circumstances of place and purpose.
A principal of RicciGreene Associates, his body of work is national in scope, as lead designer, and as collaborator with designers on prominent courthouse projects, including numerous GSA Design Excellence projects. His work has garnered AIA design awards, GSA Design Awards, LEED certification, and publication in the architectural press. He is considered by his peers as a preeminent expert on courthouse planning and design.
Frank is a past chair of the Academy of Architecture for Justice (AAJ) Advisory Group, founding member of the NY Chapter AAJ, and a frequent speaker and writer on justice topics. He serves the AIA College of Fellows as New York State Representative. He is a graduate of the Howard University School of Architecture and Planning, where he received the Gold Medal for Design in 1978.
As a founding member of the Sustainable Justice committee of the AIA AAJ, Frank has led a number of collaborative workshops defining the need for a white paper entitled Sustainable Justice 2030: Green Guide to Justice, for which he served as editor. He has served as moderator for panel presentations of the work of the SJ committee at two AIA conventions and several AAJ conferences.