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Leif L. Selkregg

Director of Institutional Sector

ARCADIS NV

HQ Phone:  (720) 344-3500

Direct Phone: (312) ***-****direct phone

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ARCADIS NV

630 Plaza Drive , Suite 200

Littleton, Colorado,80129

United States

Company Description

ARCADIS is an international company providing consultancy, engineering and management services in infrastructure, environment and facilities, to enhance mobility, sustainability and quality of life. ARCADIS develops, designs, implements, maintains and operates...more

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Background Information

Employment History

President of the Board of Directors

Marwen


Architect

University of Oregon


Architect

Harvard Companies, Inc.


Board of Overseers

Harvard University


Founder, Architectural Engineering and Design Program

Northwestern University


Rise International Distinguished Architect

University of Alaska Museum


Affiliations

GSD

Loeb Fellow


Loeb

Fellow


RISE International

Chief Executive Officer


Education

degree

architecture

University of Oregon


degrees

fine arts and architecture

Rhode Island School of Design


Web References(16 Total References)


RISE | Our People 1

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Chairman Richard Halpern and Chief Executive Officer Leif Selkregg formed RISE in 1997 after establishing global careers in the construction industry.
Mr. Halpern and Mr. Selkregg are dedicated to building a trusted executive leadership team leveraged with young, highly skilled professionals, resulting in exemplary services. Leif Selkregg, Chief Executive Officer


Charter School Tools - Vendor Guide Detail

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Charter School Tools says: Leif Selkregg and David Crowell are sophisticated project developers and managers in Chicago, one of the nation's most sophisticated building markets.
Contact Name: Leif Selkregg Phone: 312.917.0217 Email Address: lselkregg@risegroup.com


Donor Stories | Harvard GSD Grounded Visionaries

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Leif L. Selkregg LF '89


Furthering Innovation for the Loeb Fellowship | Harvard GSD Grounded Visionaries

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Leif L. Selkregg LF '89
Leif L. Selkregg LF '89 with John Peterson LF '06. After almost two decades of working with Harvard University to support transformational capital expansions, Leif L. Selkregg LF '89 is increasing his philanthropic support of the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) and the Loeb Fellowship with one of the largest gifts to the Fellowship in its 46-year history. The Selkregg Loeb Fellowship Innovation Fund will allow the Loeb Fellowship Curator, John Peterson LF '06, to explore ways to innovate and expand, building above and beyond the already efficacious program. Raised in a community-minded family in Alaska, Selkregg began his career during the construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline and trained as an architect at the University of Oregon. He moved to Cambridge in 1988 to study at the GSD as a Loeb Fellow. The Loeb Fellowship represents a broad spectrum of accomplished mid-career practitioners from around the nation and countries around the world-it has re-directed the trajectory of countless careers and forged life-long bonds between professional collaborators. Embracing the year of freedom to step away from his professional schedule, he engaged in a stimulating study of master planning within the structured and supportive environment of the GSD and Harvard. "Being a Loeb Fellow was a special life experience-a gift of exposure to opportunities and connections to people," Selkregg said. Through his Loeb Fellowship experience and connections, he began his first international endeavor to develop and lead a program management division for an international construction company in flourishing London, focused on a large-scale master plan for Canary Wharf. Through his work in both Alaska and London, Leif was inspired by the scale and intensity of master planning and urban development. It gave him a big picture view of the role of design and opened his mind up to the range of possibility and reach of great design and design professionals, "I was influenced by the fact that Alaska had this huge boom...and we basically built [whole] cities. Out of his Loeb Fellowship experience, Selkregg's passion for program and project management was born. Selkregg's work rendered him more interested in the impact design could have than on design itself. "The design that I was engaged with was fantastic...but I was and still am, more attuned to the [overall] human ambition to build," he said. "A bigger picture, programmatic approach becomes a catalyst for an even larger impact great design can make. Program management then becomes a vehicle that enables that design to come to fruition," said Selkregg. This global experience catapulted Selkregg into working for leading companies across the world providing program management on large-scale projects. Driven by relationship and entrepreneurship, Selkregg has built program management companies including Rise, a firm repeatedly ranked by Engineering News-Record as one of the top U.S. program management companies, and his latest company Ascent that serves clients from offices in Boston, Chicago, Seattle, and Anchorage. With Ascent, Selkregg is collaboration-focused-he deftly assembles teams to empower great design. Selkregg has a long-standing commitment to the Harvard community and the City of Boston. "My experience as a Loeb Fellow anchored me here. I've built a capacity around my work at Harvard that allowed me to participate in and engage on campus, and I embrace continuing to do this," he said. Selkregg and his team managed all aspects of the Harvard Art Museums project completed in 2013, which consolidated Harvard's three museums and four research centers into a single, state-of-the-art facility. Selkregg is embracing risk and uncertainty for "John [Curator Peterson] to have the capacity and autonomy to engage in new forms of research and discovery. According to Peterson, "It seems only natural for the Loeb Fellowship, which has been on a clear and successful path, to ask questions, pursue new ideas, and reflect on opportunities that look to further its mission while maintaining its core practices and values. Selkregg's philanthropic vision is rare. The majority of philanthropy seeks certainty and planned outcomes. Selkregg is investing in possibilities and exploration, without any guarantee of conventional success. Investments like this come with a responsibility to do something worthy of the faith in which it's given. As the Founder of Peterson Architects in 1993 and the nonprofit Public Architecture in 2002, Peterson began in January 2016 as Curator of the Loeb Fellowship. After earning degrees in both fine arts and architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design, he centered his career around public interest design. According to Selkregg, his parents instilled his spirit of philanthropy. "At one level, philanthropy is an obligation to society, and on the personal level, I see it as a stretch-I take a purposeful approach and feel that it is my obligation to give back to the productive development of humanity," he remarked. He contributes to individuals and institutions he trusts will execute on that vision. As Loeb Fellows, Selkregg and Peterson are connected as members of the Loeb worldwide network of practitioners supporting equity and justice through the built and natural environments.


IPD Risks and Benefits Webinar Series | Mcgraw-Hill Construction Events

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Leif Selkregg
Chief Executive Officer RISE Leif Selkregg Leif Selkregg, CEO and co-founder of Rise, leads the Rise Institutions practice focused on cultural, educational and healthcare projects. Mr. Selkregg has successfully delivered billions of dollars in development and operations consulting programs for his clients. Known for his intense professionalism and strategic capability, Mr. Selkregg provides clients with the structure and momentum to obtain closure at critical decision points from the earliest visioning and planning stages through implementation. In addition to museums, universities, and cultural and arts organizations, his clients include organizations such as Microsoft and General Motors. Mr. Selkregg is passionately committed to ensuring that Rise delivers the best strategic planning, program management and project management services available in the global marketplace. His big-picture perspective enables early and effective definition, planning and decision-making for both large, multi-project programs and smaller, more intricate projects. Mr. Selkregg received his degree in architecture at the University of Oregon, is a Loeb Fellow at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and sat on the Board of Overseers for Harvard University. Mr. Selkregg was instrumental in establishing Northwestern University's Architectural Engineering and Design Program and the Rise International Distinguished Architect in Residence, as well as the Selkregg Community Engagement and Service Learning Award at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Mr. Selkregg is Immediate Past Chairman of the Board of Directors of Marwen, a non-profit organization in Chicago providing inspiration, high quality visual arts education, college planning and career development programs at no cost to under-served youth.


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