With an understanding of education trends and how to address their evolving challenges on campus, Mike Glaros, AIA, LEED AP, joins CannonDesign as a senior vice president in the firm’s Baltimore office. Mike’s passion for exploring pedagogical transformation and sustainable design are uniquely aligned with his experience in educational facilities from campus planning to feasibility analysis to building design.
“Mike brings a fresh perspective to CannonDesign’s education practice that will benefit us locally and nationally,” said Lee Coyle. “I believe his strong experience and solid reputation with our existing regional clients will substantiate and grow our practice. I look forward to partnering with Mike to strengthen our education practice in Baltimore.”
A highly-regarded speaker, backed with expertise on conserving resources and creating campus change, Mike and CannonDesign’s education portfolio are well aligned for future successes.
“Today’s projects are increasingly complex, particularly in higher education, where fusion facilities are bringing together a diverse range of programs into a single building,” states Mike. “I look forward to merging my experience across project types with CannonDesign’s deep expertise to develop simple, elegant solutions for the unique challenges presented by these facilities. In the process, I am eager to work with a talented and intellectual team of professionals at CannonDesign, who bring insight to the design of learning spaces and engage our clients in a robust dialog framing for a moment the evolution of design for education.”