Gregg A. Lewis,
AIA, LEED AP
Executive Vice President, Strategy
Gregg Lewis, AIA, LEED AP, is NRMCA’s Executive Vice President for
strategy in concrete promotion. Based in Salem, VA, he has been a leader in the building industry for over 20 years, addressing issues including cost-effective and sustainable long term solutions for buildings and infrastructure development.
His primary objective is to offer technical expertise to developers and design professionals in order to incorporate cutting-edge concrete solutions into their building projects. He integrates teams of architects, engineers and contractors to offer durable, energy efficient and economical concrete solutions that meet the needs of both building developers and their tenants. He supports member companies by providing outreach and education to developers and design professionals, offering practical alternatives that underscore the economic benefits of building with concrete. His focus on low, and mid-rise commercial and residential structures will advance the use of insulating concrete forms, tilt-up construction, and other cast-in-place framing options in these markets.
Earlier in his career, Lewis received multiple awards for his design work and business leadership. He has written extensively on sustainability and spearheaded the internationally acclaimed Cradle to Cradle Home Design Competition. As AECOM’s engineering project manager and deputy chief of party, he helped lead USAID’s post-earthquake healthcare reconstruction effort in Haiti with an emphasis on resilient construction.
Lewis is a registered architect and holds a master of architecture degree from Yale University and an MBA from Wake Forest University.
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