Denver-based Architect Joins Professional Builder’s 40 Under 40
DENVER — Denver-based architect Paul Brady, principal at Award Winning Godden|Sudik Architects has been named one of SGC Horizon’s Professional Builder magazine’s 40 Under 40 superstars in the home building industry. Professional Builder editors chose the winners from more than 150 nominations this year, illustrating the depth of talent among this collection of future, and present, industry leaders.
Paul Brady has over a decade of residential architectural and planning experience, covering a wide range of project types and sizes including single-family, multi-family and resorts. Since joining Godden|Sudik Architects in 2004, Paul’s design talents and technical knowledge have become integral to the continuing success of GSA. In 2007, Paul became an owner and Principal of the award-winning architectural firm. Paul has chosen to specialize in residential architecture with a focus on multi-family and production housing.
Some of the many multi-family projects Paul has been involved in include townhomes, small condos, 3-story walk-up condos, apartments, low income housing, senior housing, mountain time-share resorts, 4-story podium condominiums, and mixed-use high-density projects. Before joining GSA, Paul was employed by firms in Nevada and California as a project manager on a historical restoration project and as an intern working on many housing and institutional projects. Paul is a LEED Accredited Professional, is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is the chairperson for the Denver AIA Housing Committee. In 2009, Paul was awarded with the prestigious President’s Award from AIA Colorado for extensive involvement with the new Denver Zoning Code.
“It speaks well of the future of the industry to see the amazing talent and incredible achievements of these young home building professionals,” says Editorial Director Denise Dersin. “And it gives us great hope for the future to see these young leaders compassionately contribute their time and energy to altruistic causes both locally and globally.”