Prior to establishing StudioGregg Architects with Ann, Bill's firm was named SaylorGregg Architects. He has designed numerous collegiate and secondary school buildings including the Cohen Science Center at Wilkes University; Loeb Performing Arts Center at the Germantown Friends School; Monmouth University's McAllan Hall; the Fine Arts Center at the Academy of the New Church; a Chapel and a Theater for Gwynedd Mercy Academy. Bill has authored programming, planning and design studies for Washington College, Wyoming Seminary, Oberlin College, and Saint Joseph's University. In addition to private institutions his clients have included Lincoln and Shippensburg Universities as well as other public and municipal entities. He has also designed award-winning stained-glass windows, liturgical furniture, and residential projects. Many of the projects Bill designed are archived at the Athenaeum of Philadelphia.
Along with a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University, Bill holds a Bachelor of Arts in the Design of the Environment from the University of Pennsylvania. The U.S. Green Building Council recognizes him as a LEED accredited professional with a specialty in Building Design & Construction BD+C. He has chaired AIA Philadelphia's Professional Practice Committee and has been a visiting design critic at Schools of Architecture & Design including Penn, Moore, Lehigh, Temple, Drexel and the Catholic University. Bill has written articles for a wide variety of technical publications ranging from Stone World to the Journal of Green Building, and his design projects have been featured in architectural and university magazines as well as local and national periodicals.
Design of new addition, Our Lady of Mercy School.
Before forming StudioGregg Architects, Ann established her own design and architecture firm with a focus on both historic and contemporary residences. Prior to this, she was a project designer with architects French & Crane, and Ann Ledger, renovating and enhancing local residences. Ann also served as a consultant architect for Stenton, the historic Germantown home of colonist James Logan, and for the Center City Philadelphia headquarters of the NSCDA, a prominent women's organization.
Ann established her career designing corporate interiors in Manhattan after her graduation from Duke University. As a project designer at Swanke Hayden Connell Architects, she completed large office interiors for Shearson/American Express, Salomon/Lehman Brothers, and Marsh & McLennan. Upon returning to the Philadelphia area, Ann expanded her architectural expertise to include residential and institutional design. Ann combines her strong background in interiors with an interest in restoring, upgrading and enlarging older buildings and homes.
In addition to a Bachelor of Architecture cum laude from Temple University, Ann holds a Bachelor of Arts from Duke, and an Associates in Interior Design from Parsons School of Design. She has been a visiting design critic at Moore College of Art and is a Registered Architect in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
A joyous ribbon cutting at Gwynedd Mercy Academy.