Frank W. Grauman
Frank joined BCJ in 1976. He has particularly strong experience in working with unusual project requirements related to historic preservation, space utilization, energy conservation and strategic planning for long-range project development. He is broadly experienced with many building types, serving repeatedly as managing principal or design principal for athletic facilities, classrooms, offices, parking structures, libraries, research laboratories, residence halls, theaters and visitor centers. Often integrating new construction, renovations and restorations, his work is known for making buildings that foster community by creating interactive spaces both indoors and in outdoor rooms, such as quadrangles, formed by the interaction of architecture and landscape.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Bachelor of Architecture, 1974
FAIA, NCARB, MRAIC, LEED AP
American Institute of Architects, AIA Pennsylvania, AIA Philadelphia, Wyoming Historical and Geological Society, Board of Directors