Lisa Bradley AIA, LEED Green Associate
Associate Principal / Architect
A Dallas native, Lisa started developing her passion for the built environment through a high school engineering class. Equipped with basic drafting skills and an eagerness to learn more, she went on to achieve her Bachelor of Environmental from Texas A&M University. Lisa attributes a great portion of her success in school to the knowledge gained through her time interning with Page for four summers. It was an easy decision to join Page full time upon completion of her Master of Architecture from the University of Texas at Arlington.
As a planner and architect at Page, Lisa is largely focused on our healthcare market sector. Establishing relationships with clients, clinicians and contractors is a big part of her job as she is engaged through all stages of a project. She prides herself on being a creative, logistical thinker, solving planning and design puzzles for her clients— which include Baylor Scott & White Health, Orlando Health, Houston Methodist and the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.
Outside of the office, Lisa volunteers her design skills to non-profit organizations such as Hearts & Hammers, which improves living conditions for disadvantaged citizens and the AIA Ginger Town, which delights families during the holiday season.