Schulz joins Atkins as senior group manager for buildings sector - January 31, 2012
Alexandria, VA – Bradley Schulz, AIA, has joined Atkins as a senior group manager for the firm’s mid-Atlantic buildings practice in North America. In this role, he will focus on establishing and growing an architecture and design practice for federal, commercial, and municipal clients based in and around the Metro DC area, while leveraging Atkins’ federal, hospitality, and international design experience and reputation into the US.
With 23 years of architecture experience and 16 years of federal experience, Schulz has been involved with a wide range of projects in the US and internationally. His experience has focused on federal, Department of Defense, design-build, aviation, security, and planning projects. As a project manager, his notable experience includes multiple large, international design IDIQ contracts as well as hangars, headquarters, and educational projects ranging up to $200 million in construction value.
Schulz brings with him an extensive background in design-build as well as relationships with many of the nation’s largest builders. He has provided design and planning services for the Department of Defense around the globe including locations such as Korea, Japan, Guam, Hawaii, the Caribbean, Greenland, Iceland, North Africa, much of Europe, and the Middle East including Afghanistan.
“Brad’s strong architectural and global relationships will greatly contribute to the establishment and growth of Atkins’ architectural, design, and planning practice here in the US and in the mid-Atlantic region. We are glad to welcome Brad to the Atkins team and look forward to sharing his considerable expertise,” says Benton Rudolph, AIA, NCARB, Atkins national business sector manager for buildings.
Schulz has received numerous design awards, including multiple Awards of Excellence from the U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command for projects at McGuire and MacDill Air Force Bases, as well as various honors from the American Planning Association, American Society of Landscape Architects, and National Association of Industrial and Office Properties. He has also authored multiple articles and white papers published in Army Engineer Magazine and The Military Engineer, and he is a regular speaker on the use of building information modeling.
Schulz earned a bachelor of arts degree in architecture from the University of Kansas and is a licensed architect in Missouri and Virginia. He is located in the firm’s Alexandria office and can be reached at 571.403.5662 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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