Peter Dourlein, AIA, LEED AP is the Assistant Vice President for Planning, Design & Construction and Campus Architect for the University of Arizona. He is currently immediate past president of the American Institute of Architects, SA, on the board of directors for the Metropolitan Pima Alliance, and serves in numerous design and construction industry organizations and associations. He is an accredited professional with the US Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental design certification program.
Mr. Dourlein provides coordinated University and department leadership and guidance for campus real estate, spatial services/GIS, planning, design and construction efforts. The department's goal is to proactively meet and exceed the physical campus needs of the University's mission today and in perpetuity; to plan, create, and protect a campus environment that improves productivity, inspires learning, and urges exploration; to create spaces and facilities that are not only functional but lead and inspire; to actively and strategically collaborate and contribute to this world-class university and the enriching experiences it provides.
Mr. Dourlein is an alumnus of the University of Arizona with over 40 years’ of diverse experience including leading private sector design firms and the University’s building program. During Mr. Dourlein’s 29 year tenure at the University, he and his team have contributed to the implementation and leadership of a highly successful, 2 billion dollar, award winning building program. Members of this office also provide reporting services for the Arizona Board of Regents, project information sharing with the community, and essential leadership and resources for the department and the entire Business Affairs division.
Assistant Director of PBC Capital Projects
Executive Director, Engineering, Design & Construction
Director, Information Technology & Spatial Services
Executive Assistant, Asst Vice President's Office
Public Information & Personnel