Harry L. Warren, AIA has 30 years of leading educational and healthcare design work throughout North America, England, Brazil, Turkey, Israel, Jordan, Oman and Egypt, Italy and Saudi Arabia. He has won on over 50 design awards including a nomination for an Aga Kahn Award for the design of several campus buildings for Sabanci University in Istanbul Turkey. As a Design Principal of Cannon Design for 16 years and Design Director of RTKL Health Facilities Studio for 6 years, Mr. Warren was responsible for K-12, college and university projects, health care facilities including clinics, regional and academic medical centers, nanotechnology and biotechnology research centers.
In the US, Mr. Warren designed the Ave Maria University in Naples Florida; the Montante Cultural Center at Canisius College (Winner of the National AIA Design Award) Erie County Public Safety Campus (Winner of National, State and Local Design Awards) Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital (Winner of AIA Design Award) McKinley High School. Internationally, Mr. Warren won the Tel Aviv Medical Center in el Aviv Israel, 500 Bed 16 story Medical Center; an Invited International design competition for the Onondaga Community College, Music School; and the International Conference on Earthquake Design 2002, Ankara, Turkey.
Harry L Warren graduated cum laude from the University of Detroit School of Architecture. In addition to professional practice, Mr. Warren has taught design for the past ten years at the State University of New York, Buffalo. He is a longtime member of the the American Institute of Architects, Society of American Registered Architects American Planning Association Society for College and University Planning Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.