Brian Hunter is a licensed Architect with thirteen years of experience in the field. As a designer, he is adept in problem-solving and brings an enduring, context-specific sensibility to his work. Brian believes the best design solutions are generated within a collaborative process by which everyone's contribution is used to explore the full range of a project's potential. He has received notable awards in design and architectural graphics and he has a history of donating his time and talents to local charities that make Oklahoma a better place.
Brian has a proven track-record for developing and implementing design strategies that support client objectives. He is recognized as a key Project Manager due to consistently completing projects on-time and overcoming design complexitiees such as fast-tracked schedules and large scope changes. He has diverse experience in government, medical, retail, ecclesiastic and education projects with high client satisfaction. Brian is also a valued leader in BIM Management as well as in sustainable design, having managed four LEED projects which all met or exceeded the certification goals for the project.
Bachelor of Architecture, Oklahoma State University – 5-year accredited program, 2003
Honors and Awards
LEED Gold Certification: Fort A.P. Hill Army Reserve Center, 2013
LEED Silver Certification: Fort A.P. Hill Organizational Maintenance Shop, 2013
LEED Gold Certification: Fort Sill Dental Clinic, 2012
LEED Silver Certification: Fort Carson Behavioral Health Center, 2012
Runner Up: DPS Stapleton High School Design Competition, 2006
First Place and Second Place: AIA Colorado Award for Architectural Graphics, 2004
Registered Architect of Oklahoma
American Institute of Architects - Member
Select Honors and Awards
2016 | fulmer group law – AIA Central Oklahoma - Interior Honors Award
2016 | bp lower 48 – AIACentral Oklahoma - Interiors Merit Award
2016 | bp lower 48 – Associated Builders & Contractors, Inc. - Excellence in Construction Award
Photograph by Kristi Hunter.