• William R. Greiner Hall, recognized in Buildings Magazine for the 2012 Grand Prize for new construction and the 2013 America’s Best Building of the Year.

    As laid out in UB’s campus master plan, the university has recently completed five new LEED Gold buildings, including William R. Greiner Hall, recognized in Buildings Magazine for the 2012 Grand Prize for new construction and the 2013 America’s Best Building of the Year. Photo by Douglas Levere

  • A $375 million world-class medical school rises, its design a result of an international design competition led by Shibley.

    On UB's emerging downtown campus, a $375 million world-class medical school rises, its design a result of an international design competition led by Shibley. UB's growth downtown is a key component of its campus master plan. Image courtesy of HOK

  • UB's solar strand on Opening Day

    As UB's campus architect, Shibley led an international design competition to create the Solar Strand, a 3,200-panel ground-mounted solar array, art installation and publicly accessible energy installation on UB's North Campus. Photo by Douglas Levere

  • An image of Buffalo's comprehensive plans developed under direction of Dean Shibley

    Shibley directed efforts to draft Buffalo’s comprehensive plan, along with plans for the city’s waterfront, Larkin District and Olmsted park and parkway system. Today, these plans are bearing fruit in the form of a booming medical corridor, a downtown where developers are renovating historic buildings, and a waterfront where new businesses are cropping up.

  • Shibley (standing) leads a recent public forum on sustainable development in the region.

    The jury cited Robert Shibley's leadership in producing award-winning plans for Buffalo, spurring new investment and elevating public expectations for design and planning. As part of this work, Shibley has engaged thousands of regional citizens in conversations about Buffalo's future.