Brian Giebink, AIA, LEED AP
Behavioural Health Planner
In his role, Brian focuses on healthcare, education and sustainable design. He is driven by a passion for creating the best spaces and environments to support the relationship between health, wellness and education. He has previously explored the intersection between K-12 education and health through his work on the Valleyview Treatment Centre and through volunteer work with Design 4 Others on the Flying Kites New School in Kenya. Brian is currently working with the Minneapolis studio to design a new home for Spero Academy, a beacon of hope for students who require special education in Minneapolis.
A leader within the Minneapolis architecture studio, Brian is committed to creating opportunities for professional growth both inside and outside the office. Within HDR, Brian is helping to coordinate an inaugural, global mentorship program for the architecture practice. Within the local architecture community, he is actively involved with American Institute of Architects Minnesota’s Committee on the Environment and the Architecture in the Schools committee.