Craig Spangler
Craig S. Spangler, AIA
Senior Principal


With over 30 years of professional experience, Craig Spangler has led a broad spectrum of significant commissions for the academic community, including designs for teaching, research, student life, administrative, and campus planning initiatives. His commitment to design excellence combined with his ability to orchestrate a truly collaborative design process results in buildings that are both functionally responsive and contextually sensitive to their settings. His approach has resulting in award-winning submissions for prestigious national design competitions and numerous national and local design awards. He has been published widely and is a frequent speaker at academic facility forums across the country. Craig earned a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Maryland and a Master of Architecture from Princeton University.


Berea College
Margaret A. Cargill Natural Sciences and Health Building

A. James Clark Hall

University of Maryland
A. James Clark Hall

University of Wisconsin-Madison Chemistry Instructional Building Ballinger

University of Wisconsin-Madison
Chemistry Instructional Building

Furman University - Ballinger

Furman University
Charles H. Townes Science Center

The George Washington University
Science + Engineering Hall

University of Wisconsin - Ballinger

University of Wisconsin
Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery

College of Charleston - Ballinger

College of Charleston
School of Sciences and Mathematics

Grove City College - Ballinger

Swarthmore College
Singer Hall