Glenn Roethlingshoefer

Senior Associate

Architect AIBC, NSAA, MArch, BES


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Simplicity and intention lead to elegance.

With over 25 years of experience in the public and private sectors, I am passionate in furthering the evolution of complex buildings and large-scale projects. I am well known for my attention to detail, experience with healthcare facility specifications, and expertise with quality control of designs and documents. I have a significant track record of delivering complex healthcare projects, engaging large multidisciplinary teams, and managing contracts, user-groups, and clients.

 

With an extensive portfolio covering diverse building typologies, I am actively involved in each project from its inception through to completion and occupancy. Exemplary negotiation, verbal, and written communication skills make me a keen and sensitive communicator, observer, and listener: acknowledging, developing, and articulating client priorities is key to how I work, and I tailor project delivery to suit each client’s desires and needs with innovative and aesthetic designs.

 

My Sectors: Healthcare

My Services: Architecture, Interior Design, Planning, Design & Compliance (PDC)

 

We Asked, Glenn Answered:

 

What drew you to architecture?

“My father was a design and construction company leader who encouraged me since I was a child, and as a young adult I focused on design and artwork. I had originally planned to become a lawyer, but fell in love with contributing to the buildings we all observe and occupy. I’m still fascinated with the contracting side, and indeed do a lot of work in contract administration.”

 

How would you describe your collaboration style?

“My approach involves active listening and respect for all design team members and specifically for collaboration with the clients. The focus of collaboration is to encourage the contribution of this knowledge to develop the most responsive and wonderful solutions. Conversations should be fruitful and illuminating, not confrontational or combative.”