BRENT HARRIS LEED AP
Brent has been with the firm for over 12 years, and has worked on a wide variety of project types including, hospitality, residential, municipal and educational. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the United States Green Building Council, and the Construction Specification Institute.
Brent's architectural portfolio includes a focus in the specific area of sustainability and building performance. SWABACK'S vision of sustainability extends to ecological, social, and economic concerns and Brent is an integral part of the on-going pursuit of combining enduring quality with operational performance and aesthetic value.
- Episcopal Day School
- Bighorn Clubhouse
- Talisker & Tuhaye
David serves as Landscape Design Project Manager and Landscape Designer for all aspects of projects relating to Master Planned Communities. Specializing in Desert Landscaping, David's skills range from conceptual physical planning to the detailed demands associated with matters of creating planned zoning and master plan documentation. He is well versed in lush desert and restoration design, having been responsible as Senior Planner for projects in Hawaii, Arizona, California, Mexico and the Middle East. He has extensive experience with managing multi-disciplinary teams.
Additionally, David is routinely engaged in golf course scouting and golf clubhouse siting. Over the last several years, David has travelled extensively to Kauai, Hawaii for his work on the 1,005 acre (407 hectare) Kukui’ula project, as well as Martis Camp, in Lake Tahoe; Sopri Ranch in Tubac, AZ.; Genesis Pointe, Savannah, GA; and Laguna Del Mar in Puerto Penasco, Mexico. He is consistently successful in reaching consensus between planning objectives and the best interest of his clients.
As a Design Partner, Lee is in charge of the firm's largest architectural projects. With over 20 years of experience, he is a skilled designer, technical detailer, and highly proficient project manager. He has extensive experience in residential, multi-family, office, mixed-use, hospitality, and both private and public clubhouse projects.
Lee coordinates and oversees many large, multi-disciplinary engineering teams who perform as subconsultants to the firm in the design of several large-scale projects. He is dedicated to the details that make buildings go together, while minimizing construction issues. His excellent communication skills add to the smooth implementation of projects.
Currently, Lee leads a team designing and constructing one of the largest private resort/residential projects underway in California. He is also the Project Manager of several high-end residential projects, and other private clubs throughout the United States.