Brian D. Roeder AIA, LEED AP
Brian Roeder approaches each new project with the expectation to collaborate, connect and transform both people and places. Brian’s technical experience and project management has contributed to the several of Page’s award winning projects. Many of the most challenging and complex projects have been successfully delivered with Brian’s leadership poise. His portfolio spans across much of Page’s core markets and services including the U.S. Federal Courthouse in Alpine, Texas; Four Point Centre, the VA Austin Outpatient Clinic, 2400 Nueces Student Housing Development, and serving as Project Director for the Dell Medical School Research and Medical Office Building in Austin, Texas.
Brian is affiliated with various industry organizations and currently serves as a Board Member of the Building Enclosure Council, Austin Chapter and is the standing Chairman for the Codes and Standards committee -Texas Society of Architects. In addition, he has been active with the AIA Austin Chapter, having served as the co-chair of its Design Awards committee for several years. Brian also is a Board Member of the Texas Military Forces Historical Foundation.