Greg Street

Greg believes in the power of places and spaces to act as conduits for the improvement of the human condition, and is interested in the role that the built environment plays in the creation of identity. While studying at The University of Texas School of Architecture, Greg was an active mentor and leader within the school’s NOMAS chapter. Through his work with NOMAS, Greg facilitated cross-disciplinary participation and provided a student based framework for discussing the Activist Architect.

At Overland, Greg has worked on the Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation at Baylor University, giving him the opportunity to experience the many different facets of the design process from concept to construction.

Greg is also an avid musician and thoroughly enjoys singing all kinds of music from jazz to classical opera.

Achiever / Individualization / Responsibility / Ideation / Input