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Over the course of my architecture career, I have acquired broad experience with a diverse range of
building types, from single-family houses to large-scale retail and transportation projects. I have developed particular expertise in preservation/adaptive use, multi-family housing and institutional/
healthcare projects. I have a proven track record of designing and managing large, complex projects,
from concept through construction, for local and national clients. I have strong collaboration and team building skills and have administered large construction projects from Atlanta to Boston.
For many years, I have been an advocate for sustainable design and have pursued a specific interest
in improving building envelope performance.
I approach design with an understanding and appreciation of historic architectural form combined
with a pragmatic desire to find an appropriate solution within the budget. I strive toward clarity in
the expression of purpose with a reflection of context to create buildings and environments that make
sense to the people who see and use them.
I am a registered architect in Washington State and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
George B. Bryant, RA, Consulting ARchitect, Philadelphia, PA, US, Principal
I have provided design consulting services for potential residential and museum projects. As an
independent historian, I undertake archival research on architectural history projects and have
authored articles for Architectural History, The Germantown Crier and The Journal of Stained Glass. I
have presented lectures for the Society of Architectural Historians and the Chestnut Hill Historical
Wallace Roberts & Todd (WRT), Philadelphia, PA, US, Senior Associate
Project Manager/Architect for numerous large skilled nursing and affordable housing projects. I also worked on a variety of adaptive use, education and government projects. In addition to project responsibilities, I helped develop drawing and quality assurance standards and a CA manual for the firm. As a member of the Technical Committee, I issued several building envelope design standards. I also made several presentations to the staff as part of WRTU, the firm’s continuing education program.
JK Roller Associates, Philadelphia, PA, US, Associate
Project Architect for a large waterfront mixed-use development and numerous retail, residential and institutional projects. I was responsible for the firm’s project staffing and also interviewed prospective employees.
David Slovic Associates, Philadelphia, PA, US, Project Architect
Project Architect for several large retail developments. Office management responsibilities included public relations and marketing activities, staff scheduling and interviewing prospective employees.
Ueland & Junker, Philadelphia, PA, US, Project Manager/Architect
Project Manager/Architect for a large transportation project and several residential and commercial projects. I managed the project office of up to 10 staff and was responsible for project scheduling and interviewing prospective employees.
University College London (UCL), London, GB, Architecture
I received a Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture. My thesis project was a proposal for the rehabilitation of the Liverpool Street - Broad Street Railway Terminus in London. I was a member of the Liverpool Street Station Campaign (LISSCA) and my work contributed to the successful effort to save and preserve Liverpool Street Station and the Great Eastern Hotel.
I also developed a residential conversion plan for a threatened Victorian Gothic chapel in Oxfordshire and convinced the Diocese to save the building.
University of Washington, Seattle, WA, US, Landscape Architecture
I received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture. I studied with Richard Haig and David Streatfield and also took extensive course work in architecture. I participated in a summer foreign study program in England.
Rental Housing Excellence Award, Award
Rental Housing Excellence Award, State of Maryland Governor’s Housing Conference - Obery
Court/College Creek, Annapolis, MD, 2013.
I was a member of a team, comprised of WRT, LLC employees, that developed a plan entitled "The Urban Kidney" which envisioned the creation of an "off-the-grid" sustainable mixed use neighborhood for 10,000 residents on riverfront brownfield site in southwest Philadelphia.
Best of Senior Housing, National Association of Home Builders, Award
Silver Award for the Riderwood Senior Living Facility, Silver Spring, MD.
Best of Senior Design, National Association of Home Builders, Award
Silver Award for the Seabrook Senior Living Facility, Tinton Falls, NJ.
National Terrazzo and Mosaic Association, Award
Honor Award for the Northlake Mall Renovation, Atlanta, GA