Jeffrey Bricker

Jeffrey Bricker AIA



Jeff Bricker is committed to improving the quality of life in Houston through his architectural practice. A proud native Houstonian, he has managed many large, complex projects for educational, government, and business clients in his hometown. Previously a principal of Bricker + Cannady Architects, he now provides Page with technical and managerial direction on a number of important public projects for the City of Houston and Harris County, as well as an array of other building types for private sector clients. Bricker + Cannady was folded into Page when Jeff was invited to join the firm in 2004.

Jeff is equally passionate about his commitment to civic service efforts in Houston, often sharing local developments and updates with staff and encouraging their interest and involvement in city governance. A longtime community leader, he has been involved in the planning, strategy and fundraising for numerous bond elections and local political campaigns. As he points out, “Our responsibility doesn’t end when we complete projects that improve the way people live. We also have a duty as citizens to ensure that quality of life continues through community involvement.”

Jeff has served on the boards of Southwest Houston 2000, The Park People, Leadership Houston, and the American Red Cross. In addition, he has been active with the Greater Houston Partnership, having served as the former chair of its Local Government Relations Committee and Federal Government Relations Committee, a founding member of its Partnership’s Quality of Life Committee, and former chair of a taskforce on sensible growth for its Business Issues Committee.