AIA College of Fellows Welcomes Corgan Principal Brian George

Corgan would like to congratulate our very own, Brian George, on his recent elevation to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects. Brian George is a Managing Principal for Corgan’s critical facilities studio. Brian has been with Corgan for 21 years and is personally responsible for over 15 million square feet of data center space. Brian is a leader in the data center community, blazing the trail for many young architects to come.

Brian has led projects such as Cloudsite Data Center in Tianjin, China, Lonestar Data Center in Georgetown, Texas, the Social Security Administration’s National Support Center in Urbana, Maryland and American Airlines Integrated Operations Center in Fort Worth, Texas. When Brian joined Corgan in 1997, the critical facilities studio had five architects and has seen the studio skyrocket to 100 studio members. Brian has spoken at conferences around the globe from Shanghai Data Center Dynamics Conference to the Boca Raton 7x24 National Conference and is recognized for his captivating presentations.

Brian’s ability to present complex and technical concepts clearly and succinctly has led to multiple opportunities to participate in formal classroom instruction. He has been involved with programs such as AIA’s Dallas Emerging Leaders and Destination Imagination & Odyssey of the Minds teams. He has also led classes for Corgan’s Critical Facilities University.

Brian is an industry leader with design-focused technical expertise and unrivaled knowledge. His passion goes beyond personally enhancing the design of critical facilities and elevating the architect’s role in the process, to educating the next generation, inspiring them to take risks, to find opportunities and to seize them. President and CEO Bob Morris writes, “I am fortunate to have been directly impacted by Brian’s positive contributions to our profession and, of course, our firm. The special expertise he has acquired, and the ways in which he has applied it, have carved an integral and leading role for architects in the design of data centers and other critical facilities, formerly reserved only for engineers…Brian’s leadership has created a unique career path for countless young architects with a passion for technical facilities. He is more than deserving of this honor in the context of both his character and the positive impact his work has made on our profession.”

We congratulate Brian George on his elevation and thank him for his enormous impact on our firm. Read more about Brian’s elevation here.
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