Brad Witko AIA
Associate Principal / Technical Director
Over the span of nearly four decades, Brad Witko has deliberately sought experience in designing a wide range of building types, including commercial, residential, retail, healthcare, industrial and governmental. This variety has given him a strong knowledge base in many different construction systems and materials. His experience extends through all phases of architecture and most notably in construction administration, where he notes, “Valuable lessons in architecture are learned almost every day”.
Brad has successfully managed the design, production, and construction of the smallest retail kiosk to some of the world’s largest U.S. Embassy compounds with budgets in excess of $150 million. His extensive knowledge of construction detailing has proven to be a valuable asset for Page and its clients when providing technical assistance and quality control during the production and construction administrative phases of their projects.
Prior to joining Page, Brad served as Director of Construction Administration and Technical Design Advisor for Sorg Architects where he also worked on international projects for the federal government in addition to higher education and various commercial / mixed-use projects. Early in his career, he spent nearly 15 years in the commercial architecture industry in Houston before relocating to the DC area.
Ever since his youth, Brad has spent time in many artistic endeavors and always found satisfaction in building things. In his time away from the office, he now enjoys residential renovation projects and personally works in all the trades, swinging the hammer, soldering the pipe, and connecting the electrical. He even recently completed his first novel, Zoom, and surprisingly found that the process of writing is much like that of designing in architecture. Words, punctuation, and sentence structure are the materials, the story line is the aesthetic.