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J. Lee Glenn has joined HKS as vice president and director of aviation design working with the HKS aviation practice.
Design leadership and design management are the primary skills that Glenn brings to architectural teams to ensure comprehensive project success. Throughout his 30+ years of experience, unique design solutions, design sensitivity, elegant detailing and disciplined organization have been consistent traits of Glenn’s architectural career. For projects ranging from the intimateto large-scale public work, he maintains a highly integrated value system on behalf of his clients.
As HKS director of aviation design, Glenn ensures that a clear conceptual vision guides the work. He provides design direction for all phases of the project, including the integration of technical components and integrated detailing that reinforces the project vision.
Choosing his most significant projects, Glenn names Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Terminal D in Texas; SeaTac International Airport South Terminal expansion in Seattle, Wash.; Wilkes Barre/Scranton International Airport in Avoca, Pa.; the Boeing Move to the Lake Project of Renton, Wash. and Salt Lake City International Airport’s redevelopment program in Utah.
Glenn has been recognized by multiple design awards programs, including nine American Institute of Architects design awards for projects as diverse as International Terminal D; the Wilkes Barre/Scranton International Airport terminal; the Boeing Move to the Lake Project; the North New Market, Maryland traditional neighborhood master plan and several residential projects. His work has been featured in architectural design publications and aviation industry publications, and he has lectured both domestically and internationally on design topics.
HKS, Inc. is a leading architectural design firm ranked among the top five architectural engineering firms, according to Building Design+Construction magazine. Since its founding in 1939, HKS has completed construction projects totaling more than $73 billion in more than 1,178 cities located in 77 countries. The firm operates from 28 offices worldwide.
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