Greg Galieti, AIA, LEED AP Joins SHP Leading Design as a Senior Project Manager

SHP Leading Design

Columbus – September 1, 2016 – Greg Galieti has joined the Columbus office of SHP Leading Design as a senior project manager. In his new role, Greg will lead the development of innovative architectural design for SHP clients. Greg’s exceptional ability to understand, communicate and deliver on an owner’s project vision makes him an excellent fit to the SHP team.

Mr. Galieti’s career encompasses a wide range of project types as both project manager and designer for a wide-range of sport, recreational, corporate, educational and security related projects. He has expertise in successful athletic design projects, integrating aesthetic visions, reception, queuing, wayfinding, and security attributes to the overall program of the facility. “The addition of Greg’s talent brings a well-rounded yet unique and specialized portfolio to our Columbus office. We are extremely happy to welcome him,” says Lauren Della Bella, president of SHP.  In addition, Greg has a thorough understanding of MEP, structural, and other support systems to successfully orchestrate the team toward efficient integration.

A 1979 graduate of the University of Cincinnati with a bachelor’s degree in architecture, Greg is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is a U.S. Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional. He lives in Mount Vernon, Ohio and serves as a Board Member of the Irish Setter Club of America.

About SHP Leading Design:

SHP Leading Design offers a complete line of planning, architecture, interior design, engineering, construction administration and facilities management services. With more than 115 years of experience, the firm is committed to leading the community in innovative and sustainable architectural design. SHP is headquartered in Cincinnati.  Learn more at www.shp.com.

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