Since joining the firm in 2003, Brandon’s primary job duties include supporting the history/architecture staff in the execution and direction of cultural resource projects across the United States. In addition, he is tasked with identification of new market sectors, clients, and project opportunities as well as a point of contact for preparation and management of project budgets, scopes of work, and project deliverables. Working as a cultural resource professional for more than 15 years, Brandon has extensive experience managing large scale architectural survey projects as well as complex, multi-disciplinary projects and long-term contracts involving multiple task orders with federal and state agencies and private entities such as Class I railroad and energy companies.
As project manager for the cultural resource investigations for Canadian National Railway, Brandon has overseen Section 106 Review and/or FCC Form 620 or 621 preparations for hundreds of radio and telecommunication tower locations across the Southeast and the Midwest. In addition, he has completed dozens of historic preservation and cultural resource research projects involving a variety of clients, including: National Register of Historic Places nominations; cultural resources management plans, cemetery studies, Historic Preservation Plans, Neighborhood Design Guidelines and Historic American Buildings Survey and Historic American Engineering Records documentation.
Brandon serves as the firm’s History/Architecture Practice Lead.