Graham Hill is a licensed Architect and landscape designer. Graham joined Concordia full-time in 2011. As Senior Project Manager, Graham leads integrated teams of design, engineers, and technical experts in the completion of major projects throughout the United States. Graham is committed to building relationships with Clients and Contractors by exceeding expectations throughout a project’s development. He oversees Concordia’s internal operations and design staff, and is involved in every phase of project delivery, from concept through design and construction. Graham is a LEED Accredited Professional, and he is leading Concordia’s firm-wide effort to meet the 2030 Challenge for sustainable design. Graham’s professional experience combines architecture, urban planning, landscape architecture, adaptive re-use, and interior design
Graham has been part of the Concordia family since he was in high school, spending summers living and learning as an intern prior to earning his Bachelor’s degree in Architecture at the University of Virginia. After attending graduate school at the University of California, Berkeley Graham worked and researched with landscape architect and artist Walter Hood in Oakland, California.
In his free time, Graham enjoys camping with his wife and two sons, running, and playing music. He has played drums around the world, including national and international tours with bands like Beach House, Papercuts, the Gene Clark No Other Band, and Vetiver, among others.
United States Green Building Council
Urban Land Institute
American Institute of Architects California Commission
East Bay Bike Coalition