Grattan Gill was the on-site architect during construction of the UMass Dartmouth campus. He will address the graduate students at the 2009 graduate ceremony on May 23rd.
From the press release:
Grattan Gill played a crucial role in the physical development of the UMass Dartmouth campus as the lead on-site architect, or “job captain,” implementing the concepts of noted design architect Paul Rudolph. Compelled to re-design some buildings, most notably the library and campanile, Mr. Gill played a key role in making the campus an architectural treasure and one of the few campuses in the country designed and built on a unified plan. Mr. Gill began his architectural education with a fellowship under famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright at Taliesen East and West.