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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 21 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.

 

Education 

B.S. Architecture (University of Virginia)

CERTIFICATIONS / associationS 

Real Estate Development Certificate, Johns Hopkins University

PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONs 

2016
Public Private Partnerships (PPP): A Snapshot into ExperienceDownload
2016
Florida Council for Public Private PartnershipsDownload
2015
Planning 201: Housing & Residence LifeDownload
2015
Finding the Elusive Revenue Stream to Make P3 WorkDownload
2015
Student Housing Panel Discussion
2014
Three Public Universities Find Different Answers to Capital Project DeliveryDownload
2014
Planning 201: Housing & Residence LifeDownload
2013
Sharpen Your Focus: How to Run Successful Focus GroupsDownload
2013
Planning for Housing & Residence LifeDownload
2013
Sources & Methods of Project FundingDownload
2012
State of the Off-Campus Development MarketDownload
2012
Discussion Panel — Universities
2011
Finance & Ownership of a Charter SchoolDownload
2011
Planning for Housing & Residence LifeDownload
2010
The Facilities Cafe: Diverse Project Delivery Is the New RealtyDownload
2010
Delivery Methods for Your Project: What Makes the Most Sense in this Turbulent ConstructionDownload
2010
Renovate or Replace . . .The Process of Long-Range Planning for Mid-Century BuildingsDownload
2010
What Happened? The Significant Impact of Recent Changes in Capital Markets on Construction of Higher Ed FacilitiesDownload
2008
Preconstruction Services . . . Leveraging a Builder During DesignDownload
2007
Dear Donor . . . Components of an Athletic Facility Capital Campaign StatementDownload
2007
Managing Capital Projects: An Innovative ApproachDownload
2006
How Much Money Do I Need? Creating a Project BudgetDownload
2006
Recreation Centers 101: A Primer for Union DirectorsDownload
2005
Fit for Life . . .Download
2004
Conducting A Comprehensive Feasibility StudyDownload
2004
Your Rec Center Is Open: Now What?Download
2003
Frequently Forgotten & Excluded (FF&E): Equipping Your FacilityDownload
2003
Internal RevenueDownload
2003
How to Manage Major Construction ProjectsDownload
2002
Planning Your Facility OpeningDownload
2001
Planning & Organizing a Successful Student ReferendumDownload
2001
Responding to Financial PressuresDownload
2001
Preparing to Open a BuildingDownload
2001
Process Management: Effective Oversight of Design and Construction ProjectsDownload
2001
A Modest ProposalDownload
1999
Fitness InvasionDownload
1999
Locker-Room TalkDownload
1998
Prepped for SuccessDownload

In the News 

Consultant Recommends New Dorm for Upper-Class UVa StudentsA national real-estate firm has recommended that the University of Virginia consider building a 300-bedroom apartment complex to house upper-class students at a site just south of Central Ground.

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$191 Million Plan Would Overhaul USC HousingThe University of South Carolina is considering a $191-million dormitory construction and renovation plan that would tear down several residence halls, build more and fix up others over the next decade.

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UM Starts Work on Rec CenterThe University of Maine broke ground Friday on a $25 million student recreation center, which university leaders hope will be a beacon to students for years to come.

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$25M Fitness Center Approved for UMThe University of Maine System board of trustees Monday approved a $25 million sport and fitness center to be built at the Orono campus and funded by a combination of student and user fees.

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U. Seeks Input on Rec. FacilitiesThe Recreation Department wants to know what you think.

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