Craig Brandt

Craig Brandt

Craig Brandt joined HBRA in 1997. He was elevated to Principal in 2002. He has been Principal-In-Charge, project architect and designer on diverse public projects such as libraries, university projects, museums, and government facilities.

His leadership and impact has been realized on major projects such as the Raymond Port of Entry, the Tuscaloosa Federal Building, Harris Theater, and Chicago History Museum. In addition to his professional experience and accreditations, he has served as adjunct professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and has lectured and has participated as design critic nationally. He has served on local and national committees engaging in activities that promote design excellence. He is currently Chair of Honors and Awards as an executive board member of AIA Chicago, and is serving as an awards Co-Chair for the AIA national Committee on Design, and a “refounding” director for Docomomo US Chicago board of directors. In 2000, he was awarded the Burnham Prize fellowship at the American Academy of Rome and is a recipient of the Young Architects Award by the American Institute of Architects. Mr. Brandt is a licensed architect and NCARB accredited.