Posted on: August 19, 2016
Licenced in Colorado.
Brett received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from California State Polytechnic University in Pomona where his education consisted of a strong balance of the theoretical and technical aspects of architecture. In his fourth year at Pomona, Brett took his studies abroad to Florence, Italy where he focused on expanding his perception of cultural and social influences on architecture around the world. After receiving his degree, he worked in California with focused efforts on affordable housing with emphasis on quality sustainable design in the San Francisco Bay area. Since joining Van Meter Williams Pollack, Brett has utilized his experience in sustainability and multi-family urban housing design as project manager of multi-family housing projects in the Belmar and Stapleton New Urban Centers. Brett enjoys the diversity and collaboration of sustainable urban design and architecture and looks forward to continuing a tradition of pushing the boundaries in a broader sense of stewardship of people and the environment. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his young family, serving in his church, playing guitar, drawing, spending time outdoors, snowboarding, and playing volleyball.