Brian Campa joined Cooper Carry in 2004 and was named a Senior Associate in 2012 and Principal in 2017. While Brian practices in the Science + Technology Studio, he has worked on projects across the firm including the Education, Residential, and Hospitality Studios. Along with this multi-faceted work portfolio, Brian is a veteran project designer with experience in master planning, specializing in the design of university and science and technology facilities. Brian graduated from Yale University with a Master of Architecture. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP), and the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). Brian is a registered architect and a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP).
Dr. Patricia A. Layton is the Director of the Wood Utilization + Design Institute and a professor Forestry. She arrived at Clemson University in 1999 as the Chair of Forest Resources and remained in academic leadership roles until 2014 when she joined the Institute which she helped found.
Pat has forestry degrees from Clemson University, Texas A&M University, and the University of Florida.
An Associate with Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, George has delivered some of the practice’s most consequential projects over the last 14 years, including work for Georgia Tech, UCLA, private residences, and most recently the high-performance University of Florida Malachowsky Data Science and Information Technology Building. George stewards complex projects to successful outcomes through careful detailing, proactive client engagement, environmental responsibility, and mentorship.
Russell Crader is Associate Principal and co-heads the New York studio overseeing projects in North & South America and the Caribbean. Since joining the studio in 2007, he has played an instrumental role in many of the firm’s most significant projects with a particular focus and commitment to civic and cultural buildings for life-long learning. He was responsible for the completion of two award-winning neighborhood libraries in Washington DC — the Francis Gregory Library and the William O. Lockridge/Bellevue library and most recently, the Winter Park Library & Events Center in Winter Park Florida. Russell also played a key role in the realization of the Smithsonian National Museum for African American History and Culture (NMAAHC).
Currently Russell’s projects include The Studio Museum in Harlem on 125th Street, and the New Moody Center for Student Life and Opportunity for Rice University in Houston, Texas.
Prior to his career at Adjaye Associates, Russell received a Master’s degree from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and a Bachelor’s Degree from Kansas State University’s College of Architecture, Planning and Design. He currently serves as a Fellow for the Urban Design Forum in New York.
Silverio Patrizi joined Thornton Tomasetti in 2011 and is experienced in the structural analysis and design of different façade systems. He manages design consultation, detail development, specifications, shop drawings review and site inspections. Silverio has performed extensive research on the New York City Energy Conservation Code [NYCECC] and is considered Thornton Tomasetti in-office expert in providing analysis to prove project compliance with the NYCECC. He collaborates with multiple practices across the firm, providing expertise in thermal performance analysis, structural glass analysis, cladding and glazing material selection, and detailing of custom façade systems.
Matt Kikosicki is an architectural designer with more than 12 years of experience working on projects that span the globe. He is especially passionate about sustainable architecture and infrastructure, and has worked on a wide range of sustainability-focused projects, including the renovations for both Miller Hull’s Seattle and San Diego studios (Living Building Challenge Petal certified) and the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design at Georgia Tech (Living Building Challenge certified). Matt has also served as an adjunct instructor in the design studios at his alma mater, the University of Washington.
Mark Motonaga joined RIOS in 2009. His extensive experience architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design enable him to manage complex projects and has made him a leading voice in the design community for creating memorable experiences. His grasp of creative culture and placemaking has led him to speak at such events as the Fast Company Innovation Festival to share his insights into the qualities that make great spaces succeed. His interest is in understanding the underlying cultural currents of a site to create bold, distinct designs that reveal the story that defines a place. His trans-disciplinary approach allows him to integrate both architecture and landscape architecture in design, as well as understand the complexity and inter-related nature of both practices.
Tony Bartlett is Executive Vice President of Lincoln Property Company in Atlanta, Georgia. He is responsible for all of the firm’s commercial activities in Georgia.
He oversees all property management, leasing, acquisitions, dispositions, brokerage, construction management, marketing and research efforts. With over 30 years of commercial real estate experience in Atlanta, he oversees all client relationships accounting for approximately 12 million square feet of office, industrial and retail space in Georgia as well as management and training for the 125 professionals and support staff in Atlanta.
Prior to assuming the role as Senior Vice President in 1990, Tony was Lincoln Property Company’s Director of Marketing, where he was responsible for all leasing and marketing activities for the Lincoln Property Company portfolio in Georgia. Significant past transactions at Lincoln include: Unisys – 220,000 SF, AirTouch – 123,000 SF, Knowledgeware – 110,000 SF, Wang Laboratories – 55,000 SF, Kimberly Clark – 108,000 SF. Before joining Lincoln Property Company, Tony worked as the Marketing Director for Jordan Properties, Inc. where he was primarily responsible for leasing activities of a 500,000 square foot regional portfolio in Georgia and Florida.
During his career, Bartlett has successfully represented many of commercial real estates’ most respected owners including The Travelers, TIAA-CREF, ING Realty, L&B Realty Advisors, Chemical Bank, Goldman Sachs, The Carlyle Group, Lend Lease and VIB Realty. He has been voted as one of Atlanta’s Top 10 Leasing Agents by industry peers at Dorey’s Industry Choice Awards and is a Million Dollar Club recipient. Tony is an active member of the Atlanta Board of Realtors, NAIOP and the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce.
Jimmy started with Skanska in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering at Georgia Tech. Sustainability is a career passion, one of Georgia’s first LEED managers, created the Atlanta Mission urban garden, and a founding board member of the construction material reuse nonprofit based in Atlanta, the Lifecycle Building Center. His current role with Skanska is Senior Director of Business Development. His project experience includes the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design which in April 2021 became the 28th fully certified Living Building Challenge project.
With 20 years of experience in architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design projects, Chad brings a blend of project experience that enables him to speak to each aspect of a project. This wide range of experience, combined with a broad spectrum of design skills, allows Chad to implement a unique multidisciplinary approach, innately addressing issues of context, scale, and sustainability in each of his projects. Chad has proven, throughout many successful projects, his ability to effectively work directly with clients to clearly produce thoughtful and appropriate solutions. A recipient of multiple design awards at the regional and national level, Chad designs creative and beautiful spaces that are functional, flexible, and embody each client’s vision.
Dustin Albright is an Associate Professor and the acting Assistant Director in the School of Architecture at Clemson University, where he has taught since 2012. Drawing on his dual education in engineering and architecture, Dustin teaches structures courses and design studios at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. He is the coordinator of the Graduate Comprehensive Studio, the capstone studio in the M.Arch program. His research revolves around prefabricated timber building systems, at varying scales. In addition to his work at Clemson, Dustin practices professionally with Hanbury, a multidisciplinary design firm with offices in Virginia and the Carolinas.