Profile

Bruce Richey, AIA, LEED AP

Mr. Richey has over thirty years diversified design experience in healthcare facilities, office buildings, educational, institutional, commercial and residential projects. Mr. Richey has been recognized with local, regional and national awards for his design work. His "team approach" to fulfilling the client's program requirements includes the collaboration of engineering and other selected consultants at the earliest phases of the design process. All projects are developed using computer-aided design and drafting to model conceptual designs and produce construction documents.

Mr. Richey is a native Oregonian from the small historic community of Brockway. His special interests in historic vernacular architecture and energy conservation have led to many unique projects, from teaching passive solar design classes to recording historic buildings by means of measured drawings. He has also participated in an annual six week Architect-in-Residence program with students in Rogue Valley elementary schools.


Bruce Richey

Registration

Licensed Architect - State of Oregon
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
   Certificate Holder NCARB Certificate No. 35667

Professional Organizations

American Institute of Architects - Current Secretary, Past President, Southern Oregon Chapter
U.S. Green Building Council Professional Member
Sustainable Design Committee, Southern Oregon AIA Chapter
Solar Energy Resources Group - Past President

Certifications

U.S. Green Building Council LEED 2.0 Accredited Professional
Trade Ally Design Professional - Energy Trust of Oregon
Certified Energy Auditor - Oregon Depart. of Energy
   Certificate No. 80-EU2-037
Certified Energy Auditor - Bonneville Power Administration
   Certificate No. 83-ASI-007A
Certified Accessibility Consultant - Oregon Disabilities Commission

Community Service

National Sustainable Building Advisor Program - Passive Solar Design Instructor
Board Member 2011-2014, Ashland Art Center
Advisory Board Member 2008-2009, Schneider Museum of Art
"Volunteer of the Year" Award from Pacific Non-Profit Network
   Recognition for 7-years as an Architect-in-Residence in Rogue Valley Elementary Schools

Education

University of Oregon, Bachelor of Architecture
   Five Year Curriculum
University of Oregon, Business & Construction
   One Year Curriculum