GBA’s Craig Rogge Named Buildings Group Principal
GBA is excited to announce the promotion of Craig Rogge to Buildings Group Principal. Rogge brings more than 34 years of experience involving all phases of the building process to his new role. Starting as a project architect at GBA in 1996, Rogge has led the firm’s Architecture Department in projects for the pharmaceutical, consumer products, commercial real estate and industrial industries.
In his new role as Principal, Rogge will contribute to GBA’s strategic growth plan using the leadership skills he’s developed over his 20 years with the firm. In addition to managing projects, Rogge brings experience in marketing, presentations, proposal writing and developing multi-disciplined scopes of work and fees. His ability to balance client relations with internal management priorities has been integral to the growth of GBA’s Buildings Group.
“When Craig takes on a project, he combines creative teamwork with a measured use of project resources to get the best overall value,” said GBA President/CEO Tim Ross. “We’re thrilled to see him using this same approach as a member of our leadership team.”
Rogge graduated from the University of Kansas with a bachelor’s degree in architecture. He is an active member of various industry organizations, including the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, American Institute of Architects and Design-Build Institute of America.
“Throughout my career with GBA I’ve strived to grow the firm’s presence in the architecture market by delivering high-quality projects,” said Rogge. “I’m looking forward to doing this on a larger-scale through this new leadership opportunity.”