PBK Architects, an international architecture and engineering practice specializing in educational and sports facilities, recently announced the promotion of Jeff Chapman, AIA, LEED AP BD + C, to principal in the PBK Houston office. Chapman has been practicing architecture since 2006, and his proficiency in architecture, design, and construction has been a continued asset for the firm. His experience covers educational, commercial, and government buildings with a focus on K-12 and Higher Education. He has helped clients with Bond Planning, master planning, facility design and construction, safety and security planning, sustainable design, and disaster recovery. Chapman is responsible for all aspects of construction and throughout his career, he has overseen over half a billion in construction from clients including Alvin ISD, Pearland ISD, College of the Mainland and Lamar Institute of Technology. As a LEED Accredited Professional, he has overseen 11 million square feet of LEED Certified projects and co-authored a publication entitled the “Green Guide for Schools” and “Guide to the IGCC” with the T.S.A. He has also presented at numerous conferences on a variety of topics concerning school facility design. Chapman graduated from Texas A&M University with a Master of Architecture and a Master of Construction Management.
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