George Marsh

George E. Marsh, Jr. , FAIA is an architect and Principal with Payette in Boston, Massachusetts, architectural firm practice that focuses on healthcare, research laboratories and academic science buildings. He is a Massachusetts native, graduate from Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture, and practiced architecture with Payette for 42 years. His work includes multiple research and teaching buildings at Tufts University campuses, Duke University, University of Pittsburgh, Brandeis University, Gordon College, Penn State University,  University of Alabama Birmingham; he is currently involved as Principal in Charge of  11 story New Inpatient Building at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Longwood Medical area;  Comprehensive Cancer Center for Aga Khan Heath system in Dar es Salaam , Tanzania; Fifth Xiangya Hospital with 2,500 beds in Changsha, China; Dana -Farber Chestnut Hill Outpatient Center, and the  new Holyoke Soldiers Home. He also has master planned Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1916 original  Main Group Buildings renewal, Georgetown University Medical Center, Johns Hopkins Hospital Broadway campus expansion in Baltimore, Shakespeare & Co. campus for theatre and education in Lenox, Massachusetts and a new campus for Aga Khan University Faculty of Arts and Sciences in Karachi, Pakistan.

The design work emphasizes creating great environments for teaching, research and health-a strong connection of inside world to environment and landscape, celebrating healing with nature in architecture.

He assisted Gloucester Academy in design of both teaching laboratories in Blackburn, and design of the research laboratories for GMGI on Main Street in Gloucester. He is a resident of Essex with his wife Sandy, and two daughters; he served for ten years on Back Bay Architectural Commission in Boston, served on Manchester-Essex Regional School original building committee and Conomo Point Committee for Town of Essex.