Dennis Glover, AIA, NCARB, RID, LEED AP BD+C

Education Market Principal

Dennis is a proven leader who brings nearly three decades of professional architecture and management expertise to FSB. His experience reflects mastery in planning and design, facility condition assessments, as well as execution of educational projects of every size and scope. Dennis’ educational projects have spanned a diverse array of project types including primary and secondary learning facilities, higher education buildings and campuses, ancillary and support facilities, professional development/conference centers, technology centers, distance learning facilities, student housing as well as athletic complexes.

Having been on the “other side” as an educational facility client, Dennis brings a unique perspective and understanding of how the built environment impacts campus staff and student performance.

He has developed solid and lasting relationships with our clients across the state and has helped plan and design educational facilities that not only inspire learning but also meet ever challenging budgets.

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“A learning space should be safe, comfortable, collaborative and thought provoking. Helping clients to overcome challenges they face every day is truly what I love to do. I enjoy partnering with clients to produce quality, innovative architecture that meets our client’s design and budget objectives.”

Places of learning must be many things to many people. Educators need a teaching environment that will support creativity and engage students. Administrators need a building that will represent the institution well, connect with the community and inspire financial support. When architects set out to design a new school or university building, stakeholder involvement is […]

Since the space race of the 1950s and 60s, politicians and economists alike have linked math and science education with the United States’ ability to compete on a future global stage. In the 1990s the National Science Foundation coined the acronym “STEM”— science, technology, engineering, math —in an effort to emphasize their co-dependence. Now a commonplace […]

If you haven’t been in Edmond Public Schools’ Heartland Middle School, you’re missing out on seeing a specially-designed school. Its architect, Frankfurt-Short-Bruza, has received an Outstanding Project award for excellence in educational facility design for spring 2017 from Learning By Design magazine. The award took in the school’s overall plan, the architectural design and its […]

Tornados, unfortunately, are part of life in Oklahoma and surrounding states, an area known by many as Tornado Alley. Here, cool Rocky Mountain air and warm Gulf Coast air tends to collide and form the supercell thunderstorms that often produce tornadoes. Spurred by disasters like the May 20, 2013 tornado that struck two elementary schools […]