Brad Ash, AIAPrincipal Architect

    Brad Ash has been an essential member of the team for 10 years and has recently become a partner to form the new firm, Reynolds Ash + Associates. He works closely with the client and the construction team to ensure that everything is done precisely and exquisitely. Ash comes from four generations of builders local to the Pagosa Springs area with 10 years of building experience and six years of project experience.

    Brad is a Pagosa Springs native. He received his Graduate Certification in Design Build from the University of Colorado at Denver, a Master’s Degree of Architecture from the University of Colorado at Denver in 2006, and a Bachelor’s Degree of Arts/Architecture from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in 2003. Ash received the Architectural Craftsmanship award from the 2006 Young Architects Award Gala (YAAG) hosted by the AIA for a model completed during graduate school.

    Brad’s significant projects with RA+A include the new City Hall, Library, and Public Safety Building for the City of Alamosa, for which he was project Architect; the expanded Recreation Center for the Pagosa Lakes Property Owner’s Association in Pagosa Springs, and the new office building for Pagosa Lakes Property Owner’s Association in Pagosa Springs, plus numerous custom residential projects throughout the region.

    Education
    Master’s Degree of Architecture, 2006,
    University of Colorado

    Bachelor’s Degree of Arts/Architecture, 2003,
    University of Colorado

    Licensure
    Colorado
    (Arch. No. 402646)

    New Mexico
    (Arch. No. 005163),

    NCARB No. 73116

    Arizona
    (Arch. No. 54898)

    Utah
    (Arch. No. 9722279-0301) 

    Professional
    Affiliations
    Durango Home Builders
    Association

    American Institute of
    Architects

    In his free time, Brad enjoys fly fishing, hiking, skiing, golf, tennis, camping, and traveling with his family.

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