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Brandon Johnson’s diverse professional experience spans Schematic Design to Construction Administration and includes healthcare design, marketing and zoning. His eagerness to learn and grow within a team and life-long energy and passion for architecture are unmatched. He is committed to becoming a high quality, concept designer while understanding and valuing the technical aspects of architecture.
His work with Perkins+Will Dallas over the past 3 years highlights him as a team player who is highly responsible, creative and personable with an intense drive for improvement. Brandon’s involvement extends to projects ranging from $10 Million to $430 Million and 42,000 SF to over 550,000 SF in renovations and seismic upgrades. During his tenure with the firm, he proved to be a fast learner and became one of the more prolific BIM users helping to solve problems for more seasoned architects, particularly with the two-story vertical expansion of the Kingwood Medical Center. In handling the project’s transition from CAD to Revit, he attained a deep understanding of how buildings go together.
He also worked part-time with a local civil engineering & surveying firm, thereby gaining an understanding of site, context and zoning factors. This entailed GIS research, Uniform Development Ordinance reference, and land-use/property analysis.
While contracted with a local MEP firm, Brandon saw firsthand the marketing dynamic of presenting the expertise and experience of a firm to potential clients. He assisted in answering the Sam Houston State University RFQ by interpreting & verifying submission requirements, formatting & organizing submission materials, and compiling graphic narratives of projects best representing the firm’s capabilities to perform the work.
Brandon also brought these experiences & skills to provide BIM & 3D imagery expertise in concept designs for Parviz Vessali and collaborative, pro-bono design work for The Bush Cares Project’s “Lotus Project” housing scheme. These same skills were used in his USGBC Houston Chapter winning design for the 2010 USGBC Natural Talent Design Competition for affordable, post Katrina housing.
Brandon Johnson graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelors in Environmental Design, A Masters in Architecture & the Certificate in Health Systems & Design. His diverse background shows he can fit in with your office culture and any project team while executing effective, creative problem solving.
Bellow is his contact information along with links to his detailed credentials & work samples:
7615 N Songbird ln
San Antonio, TX 78229
Resume & Cover Letter:
Texas A&M University, MArch, Architecture
•Certificate in Health Systems & Design
•Refinement of design philosophy in sustainable healthcare architecture.
•Evidence Based Design study
•Exploration of design theory & sustainable architecture
NTDC Houston Student Categiry winning design, Award
Natural Talent Design Competition “Phoenix House” selected to represent Houston USGBC chapter as winning design