Brad Bubp, M.A.

Department:
Facilities Planning
Title:
Senior Facilities Planner
Address:
University Hall 384, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy
Phone:
937-775-4143

Mr. Bubp is a registered architect in six states.  He has managed or designed more than 50 educational projects ranging from those with very small construction costs to those with construction costs well over $40 million.  He is an effective leader of teams of professional design consultants.  He is well-known in the architectural community and many of his designs have won local, state, and national awards for design innovation and quality.  He specializes in working directly with people to design educational spaces for large assemblies such as lobbies, libraries, auditoriums, cafeterias, and gymnasiums as well as smaller work spaces such as classrooms, conference rooms, and offices.

Specialties:  Facility Planning, Educational Design, Specifications, Historic Preservation.

Education History: 

The Ohio State University - MA, Architecture 1986-1988, Historic Preservation Focus

Miami University - BED, Architecture 1982-1986, Interdisciplinary Studies Minor

Fort Recovery High School - 1978-1982, National Honor Society

Professional

Professional Affiliations/Memberships: 

AIA - American Institute of Architects

NCARB - National Councel of Architectal Registration Boards

CSI - Construction Specifications Intitute

CEFPI - Councel of Educational Facility Planners International

SCUP - Society of College and University Planners

National Trust for Historic Presevation

Awards/Recognition: 

Fort Recovery ES/MS Article - "Class Architecture" by Michael J. Crosby 2001

Fort Recovery ES/MS Award - "Crow Island Citation" by American School & University 2001

Fort Recovery ES/MS Award - "Silver Award Medalion" by School Planning and Management 2001

Fort Recovery ES/MS Article - "In the Neighborhood" by Building Design & Construction 2001

Fort Recovery ES/MS Article - "Schools Ride New Tide" by Building Design & Construction 2001

Fort Recovery ES/MS Article - "School Influenced by Town Landmarks" by School Construction News 2001

Graham MS Award - "Excellence in Masonry" by Dayton Masonry Institute 2000

Fort Recovery ES/MS Article - "Animated #D Programs Enhance Community Presentations" by School Construction News 1999

Versailles K-12 School Award - "Educational Interiors Showcase - Auditoriums" by American School & University 2011

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