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Stantec Adds Gregory Berndt

| August 21, 2019

Gregory Berndt

Boston – Gregory Berndt, AIA has joined Stantec, a global design and engineering firm, as a senior associate supporting the firm’s Science & Technology practice in New England.

Based in the firm’s Boston office, Berndt brings more than 30 years of architectural design and project management experience focused on science, research, teaching, and office facilities.

At Stantec, Berndt will support team growth and development while providing project management to ensure design excellence and delivery for the firm’s lab and science work.

Berndt has extensive experience in planning, programming, and design for new construction and renovation projects for corporate, academic, and health science institutions.

“Greg’s hands-on work as a trusted counselor for some of the market’s top institutions perfectly complements the skills and knowledge of our growing regional team,” said Michael Reagan, vice president, sector leader for Science & Technology at Stantec. “We are confident his specialized market perspective will prove valuable in our ongoing mission to deliver high performing, advanced facilities.”

Prior to his role at Stantec, he served as an associate principal, senior project manager at a global architecture practice in Boston. His work experience includes project management and planning for such institutions as Harvard University, University of Notre Dame, Lawrence University, EMD Serono, and Eisai Pharmaceuticals.

He earned a bachelor of architecture degree from University of Notre Dame. Berndt is also highly active in the industry as a member of the American institute of Architects and Boston Society of Architects. Outside of work, he’s also active in the community, volunteering time with the Billerica Boys and Girls Club.

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