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Brad Noyes

Executive Vice President

Mr. Noyes joined Brailsford & Dunlavey shortly after its founding and currently oversees B&D’s higher education practice group. Over the past 25 years, Mr. Noyes has served as a thought leader for the firm, including leadership within B&D’s P3 advisory practice at the client, industry and legislative levels. He has led teams serving more than 250 higher education clients and has collaborated with owners on the planning and implementation of over 1 million square feet of P3 development across the country. As a nationally recognized industry leader, he has lectured and written extensively on consensus building, financing structures, programming, design, and construction of revenue-generating projects. Mr. Noyes’ professional training is in both the architectural and real estate developmental fields, having performed market and financial analyses, architectural programming, design management, and construction management for over $2 billion of development. His expertise focuses on the integration of architectural training with project planning and real estate development. Prior to joining B&D, Mr. Noyes worked as an architect for HOK.

  • B.S. Architecture (University of Virginia)
  • Real Estate Development Certificate, The Johns Hopkins University
STATE OF THE P3 HIGHER EDUCATION INDUSTRY – 2018 P3 CONFERENCE. (2018) DOWNLOAD

ASSESSMENT AND PLANNING USING A REAL ESTATE PERSPECTIVE: THE UNC STORY. (2018) DOWNLOAD

BRAD NOYES RECEIVES ACUHO-I’S CORPORATE FRIEND AWARD. ACUHO-I, the association of college and university housing professionals, recognized Brailsford & Dunlavey Executive Vice President Brad Noyes as the recipient of its annual Outstanding Corporate Friend Award. (2018) DOWNLOAD

"B&D provides a great opportunity to learn, advance, and to make a positive contribution to our clients and the people they serve. I am inspired by the talented people and the entrepreneurial spirit in the company."

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