Gregory Brokaw, AIA

Principal & Managing Partner

Greg is the Managing Partner at Rowell Brokaw and takes an active role in the planning, design and management of projects. He has extensive experience with public and private multi-building and multi-phased complex facilities. His work includes programming, master planning, feasibility studies, and full design and management of many of the firms' projects. Greg excels at collaborating with public, non-profit, and private developers in the early stages of project conception in order to leverage design to meet the project goals.

Greg has directly led many of the private sector projects of the firm. He was the Principal-in-Charge of the Crescent Village mixed-use development, the Northwest Community Credit Union's headquarters in downtown Eugene, the Roseburg Forest Products Headquarters, and numerous other large-scale projects for public and private clients, including Rowell Brokaw led adaptive reuse developments: 1 East Broadway and 1203 Willamette. He is currently leading the design team for Amazon Corner, a 5-story mixed-use project in South Eugene. About a third of Greg's time is spent in overall firm management, including contracts, marketing, employment, technology, and overall financial management.

His work prior to forming Rowell Brokaw included roles as designer, planner, project architect and project manager on a wide range of projects, including the Oregon Department of Forestry Salem Headquarters Campus Master Plan, the Tillamook Forestry District Headquarters, the ODF Cartography Building in Salem, Oregon, and the Aurora Building, a mixed-use affordable housing project located in downtown Eugene.

Greg has an undergraduate degree from St. John’s College with a major in Philosophy & Mathematics. His graduate architectural education was at the University of Oregon. He was a member of the Eugene Downtown Redevelopment Advisory Board during the "turn-around years" and is a past President of the American Institute of Architects – SW Oregon Chapter.