Fred Grier


Fred joined the Krueck + Sexton team in 2016 after three years with UHA London.  As project architect at UHA, Fred led the design team on a 16–story office tower in Kazahkstan, working with Werner Sobek's offices in Moscow and Stuttgart to create a sophisticated glass façade system bridging traditional and modern design, the first of its kind for Shymkent and the Michael Schumacher Tower in Gurgoan, India. In addition, he contributed to over a dozen projects for UHA, including competition bids for a Nine Elms Bridge and Guggenheim Museum in Helsinki.

Prior to the UK, Fred spent three years at Murphy/Jahn working on various international projects including the Doha Convention Center, Shanghai International Financial Center, and Nanjing Tower and Podium.

He received a BA in Environmental Design, apprenticed at Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin and Taliesin West, and earned a Masters in Architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology.

Fred is a licensed architect, and also serves on the AIA UK board and a past president of the AIA United Kingdom Chapter.

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