It was his love for contemporary architectural design that drew Brandon Meyer to KH Webb. Brandon is a Project Manager who oversees residential and commercial projects under the supervision of Kyle Webb. Originally from the Vail Valley, Brandon received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Roger Williams University. After receiving his degree, he spent the next few years interning at leading architecture firms on the east coast before getting his Masters Certificate in Sustainable Design from Boston Architectural College. Prior to returning to the Valley and joining the KH Webb team, Brandon worked as an independent contractor for several firms in Missouri and throughout Colorado while also taking on sustainable design projects of his own. When not in the office, Brandon enjoys skiing, camping, hiking, live music, volunteering as a DJ for Radio Free Minturn and spending time with his family. Currently, he is spending his free time designing and general contracting for a remodel of his own house, in which sustainability and interior air quality are a primary focus. He resides in Eagle-Vail, Colorado with his wife, two daughters and dog.
Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI
Bachelor of Architecture
Boston Architectural College, Boston, MA
Masters Certificate in Sustainable Design
Favorite KH Webb Project
The Vail Village Townhomes
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