Frank James Greene
Mr. Greene, the chief architect for STV’s justice and civic practice, is an internationally recognized leader in the planning and design of courts, secure detention, behavioral health facilities, and juvenile centers. He brings more than 30 years of experience in this specialized practice area, collaborating with owners, users, and communities to develop facilities that enhance the vitality of the civic realm and improve the public experience of the justice system. Mr. Greene applies leading-edge best practices to design restorative facilities that respect the dignity of detained persons and their families, enabling safe and efficient justice facility operations. A pioneer at linking Design Excellence with Sustainability Thinking , he is a founder of the AIA New York Chapter Academy of Architecture for Justice (AAJ), a former Leadership Group member of the national AAJ, and editor of the AIA white paper entitled Sustainable Justice 2040: Green Guide to Justice. In addition to being the recipient of two GSA Design Excellence Awards and numerous AIA merit awards and citations, Mr. Greene is an in-demand author and thought leader on the planning and design of justice facilities.