Brendan Townes Bailey

Brendan Townes Bailey

Santa Monica, CA, US

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Registered Architect, State of Colorado • Reg. No: 405734 • Received Date: Jan. 10th, 2019

Licensed Architect, State of California • Lic. No. C 38514 • Received Date:  Feb. 20th, 2020

NCARB Certificate No:  95290 • Issued:  May 28th, 2019

EcoDistricts AP • Issued:  May 4th, 2020

Living Future Accreditation (LFA) • Issued:  April 9th, 2021

The New School / Parsons School of Design • Healthier Materials and Sustainable Buildings Certificate • Received August 13th, 2022


Torti Gallas and Partners, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, US, Project Architect

Jan 2020 - current

Carrier Johnson + CULTURE, Los Angeles, CA, US, Job Captain

Support the firm’s design ethos – seek high design solutions inspired by authentic design influences. Seek design concepts informed by real conditions. Manage small to medium projects. Prepare Technical Documentation. Ensure code conformance. Assess time needed for production tasks. Cartoon out the technical document deliverables and can calculate cost effective fees. Coordinate with BIM manager + PM/QA manager.

Aug 2019 - Dec 2019

LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio, Los Angeles, Graduate Research Assistant

Assisted with visualization, research, and field investigation in a multi-disciplinary studio setting involving study areas affected by the August 2016 flood events in Louisiana.

Aug 2017 - May 2019

Munn Architecture, Los Angeles, Architectural Designer

Designed and managed a variety of high-end custom residential mountain homes and light commercial projects throughout the Grand County area.

Jun 2013 - Jul 2017

Newman Architecture, Lakewood, CO, US, Architectural Designer

Assisted with the schematic design of several hospitality projects throughout the
Boulder and Denver areas, as well as a partial renovation of Northglenn High School.

Sep 2012 - Jun 2013

Tryba Architects, Denver, CO, US, Mentoree / Intern / Historic Preservation Specialist

Mentorship: May 2011 - February 2012 [9 Months]
Internship: February 2012 to April 2012 [3 months]

Managed and coordinated the historic preservation and demolition aspects of the
Denver Union Station Redevelopment Project. Prepared submittals for the National
Park Service.

May 2011 - Feb 2012


Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, US, MArch, Master of Architecture

Master of Architecture
GPA: 3.94

Aug 2017 - May 2019

University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO, US, BArch, Environmental Design

Bachelor of Environmental Design with Honors
GPA: 3.58

Aug 2006 - Dec 2010

Arapahoe Community College, Littleton, CO, US, Architectural Technology

Associate of Applied Science in Architectural Technology.
GPA: 3.72

Jan 2003 - May 2006


American Planning Association Louisiana (APA LA) Planning Excellence Award for a Student Project, 1st Place

"Rising on the Red Pathways to Campti's Revitalization"

This was an interdisciplinary project that focused on the small rural town of Campti, located in Northeastern Louisiana. The name of the project was “Rising on the Red: Urban Design Possibilities for Campti’s Revitalization”. The town had been faced with years of economic decline and financial hardship, disinvestment, and widespread poverty – as well as suffering from heavy flooding in the Spring of 2016. The mayor and staff of Campti had approached the director of our Coastal Sustainability Studio, Dr. Traci Birch. asking if we could study the town and propose some solutions on how to revitalize the main street, and create connections to the adjacent Red River, with resiliency against future flood events in mind.


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