Work History

Work History
Aug 2011 - Present

Associate Design Architect

Lessard Design

Design Architect for the Single Family and Town House Communities Studio.  Focus on Urban and Suburban Infill, New Home and Estate Communities and Environmental and Community Planning and Revitalization.

Seeking New Projects and New Clients every day and everywhere from the Washington DC region to anywhere in the World!

Jun 2004 - Jul 2011

Graduate Architect

Torti Gallas and Partners

Currently Assistant to the Executive Vice President managing and targeting firm marketing.  Project manager for International Projects, including Master Planning and Traditional Architecture.

Focused on rebuilding urban/under-realized affordable neighborhoods around United States in contextually appropriate typological configurations

Design and planning team member for seven projects to or beyond schematic development in Washington, DC; Coastal Mississippi; Niagara Falls, NY; Daytona Beach, FL; Fairfax, VA; Salishan, Tacoma, WA;  Philadelphia, PA and Milwaukee, WI.

Revamped strategic marketing committee which led to winning over 25 national design awards in 2 years

Please note:  Greg has been employed at Torti Gallas and Partners from June 2004 to present but took an academic leave from August 2007-May 2009 to attend Graduate School at the University of Notre Dame

Feb 2008 - Aug 2008

Intern Architect

Kil Architecture|Planning

Designed music pavilion for a historic adaptive-use of the Gary Aquatorium which has just received financing for construction.Wrote financial grant, designed and site planned retrofit of commercial building at the southeast entry into downtown South Bend.Assisted in design of multiple South Bend projects including master planning residential neighorhoods, site surveying and 3D modeling in AutoCAD 

Jun 2003 - Aug 2003

Intern Architect


Worked on federal building renovations in downtown Washington, DC

Supported detailed design projects at various commercial new construction and renovations

Jun 1999 - Aug 2002

Part-Time/Summer Intern

Archive Design Studio

Helped studio work to revitalize central Detroit through understanding how urban cities work and researching housing typologies for implementation  Completed building conversion studies with on-site studies for alternative plans and elevations


Aug 2007 - May 2009

Master of Architecture

University of Notre Dame

Cumulative GPA:  3.7Graduate ScholarshipSpring 2009 -Graduate Thesis:  Capitol Hill East Arts, Design and Cultural Building, Washington, DCFall 2008 - Studied in Rome and designed a University Club in central RomeSpring 2008 - Researched precedents to inspire design for a church in Chicago      Fall 2007 - Proposed sensitive addition to Washington DC's Carnegie LibraryRome Architectural Studies Program  

Via Monterone, 76; 00186 Rome, Italy

Aug 2000 - May 2004

Bachelor of Science in Architecture

University of Virginia

Minor:  Urban and Environmental PlanningArchitecture GPA:  3.4 /Cumulative GPA:  3.2,

Dean's List

  • Challenged with a four year extensive studio architectural design program embedded in a liberal arts program.
  • Collaborated in the "Vertical Studio"  along with graduate students to explore complex layers  of site issues while pursing interdisciplinary research for an underutilized warehouse site.
  • Co-Founded and structured the new University of Virginia Off Grounds Housing Office which vastly relieves a problematic housing situations.
  • Joined University leadership as Student Design Team Leader and participated in two design charrettes including the "Midmont to Piedmont" student housing charrette with Laurie Olin.
  • Managed 33 Fraternities as Vice President for Membership on the Inter-Fraternity Council

University of Virginia Italian Architectural Sketching Program,

Vicenza, Italy, May-June 2003

McIntire Business Institute, Executive Business Development Program

University of Virginia, May-June 2004


Traveling to Cities Worldwide, Sketching, Hiking the Blue Ridge, and Biking

Cheering Wahoowa and Go Irish!!!


With a dedication to revitalizing the urban and natural environment, Greg Moore has been taking on this challenge through studying, drawing and envisioning how to improve our surrounding conditions with a pragmatic understanding of the built realm from architectural detail to regional planning.  Greg will continue this goal through collaboratively working with architects, planners and citizens to build a sustainable future for our children. 

Thank you for taking the time to view my work and you are welcome to view my

Architectural Portfolio


2009 - Present

LEED Accredited Professional

Dec 2011 - Present


American Institute of Architects
Jan 2012 - Present


National Council of Architectural Registration Board
Dec 2011 - Present

Virginia Architect License

Virginia DPOR