Industry veteran architect, Don Bush, serves on board as the principal and leader of Lord, Aeck & Sargent’s science and technology practices. With nearly 20 years of expertise focused on science and technology project design and delivery, Bush has an act for working with higher education and government research facilities. Most recently, Bush was with Smith Carter Architects and Engineers, where served as market leader for higher education and civilian government.
His many accomplished projects includes the design of several research laboratories at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Marcus Nanotechnology Building, the programming, design and laboratory planning of the School of Forestry & Wildlife Sciences at Auburn University, as well as the continuum of projects comprising Emory University’s Science Commons. Bush, a LEED accredited professional, is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the Society for College and University Planning and the American Biological Safety Association. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology.