David Greusel


David Greusel is a Principal with HOK Sport Venue Event, a global design practice specializing in public assembly facility design.

He resides in Kansas City, Missouri.

A graduate of the College of Architecture and Design at Kansas State University, David Greusel has worked as a designer, project manager, and principal with architectural firms in Wichita, St. Louis and Kansas City in over 26 years of professional practice. He is currently a principal with HOK Sport Venue Event in Kansas City, a worldwide leader in the design of public assembly facilities.

David was the lead architectural designer for Minute Maid Park, the retractable-roof ballpark for the Houston Astros, and of PNC Park, the new home of the Pittsburgh Pirates. He has achieved professional and client recognition for his design work, including the Center for Historical Research in Topeka, Kansas, the Broken Arrow School in Shawnee, Kansas, and the Grand River Center in Dubuque, Iowa. Mr. Greusel has published articles in numerous trade and professional journals, and has spoken at over 70 regional, national and international conferences on a variety of topics. His book, Architects’s Essentials of Presentation Skills, was published in 2002 by John Wiley & Sons.

A member of the American Institute of Architects since 1982, David Greusel lives in the Kansas City area. He is also a cast member and writer for “Right Between the Ears,” an award-winning radio comedy program.


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