Brandon Ross

Partner

Brandon brings diverse experience in successful project delivery and facility planning.  His experience spans all phases including long range planning, design development, contract documents, construction administration, project management, and closeout documentation.  Brandon has been with PBK for over 12 years during which time he has managed multiple clients and projects simultaneously including K-12 schools, additions and renovations, athletic facilities, support buildings, and new construction.  As a Partner in the Houston office, he is responsible for a large team of professionals, supporting office operations, creating and maintaining owner/architect/consultant/contractor relationships, and often serves as the day-to-day liaison between project stakeholders. Brandon is LEED certified, a Registered Architect in both the state of Texas and Arizona, and a member of A4LE and the AIA.

Brandon brings diverse experience in successful project delivery and facility planning.  His experience spans all phases including long range planning, design development, contract documents, construction administration, project management, and closeout documentation.  Brandon has been with PBK for over 12 years during which time he has managed multiple clients and projects simultaneously including K-12 schools, additions and renovations, athletic facilities, support buildings, and new construction.  As a Partner in the Houston office, he is responsible for a large team of professionals, supporting office operations, creating and maintaining owner/architect/consultant/contractor relationships, and often serves as the day-to-day liaison between project stakeholders. Brandon is LEED certified, a Registered Architect in both the state of Texas and Arizona, and a member of A4LE and the AIA.

“I am surrounded by unparalleled resources and an incredibly talented team that helps make well informed transparent honest decisions. I have always been taught to work hard, listen, and strive to earn the trust of other people. Architecture is a result of a balanced collaborative process and earning the trust of those around us results in those processes becoming easier to navigate and the results more mutually successful.”
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