Matt Bohannon

Regional Vice President (West Coast)

Serving as B&D's West Coast regional vice president, Mr. Bohannon brings a passion for quality-of-life facilities that empowers clients to create successful projects.  His interest in these facilities began while he was a resident advisor and chair of a student union board, and since joining B&D in 2004, Mr. Bohannon has planned more than $2.75B in completed or under construction projects.  Leveraging his architectural education with deep market and financial analysis expertise, he is recognized as a trusted advisor who partners with clients to implement projects which maximize benefits to their institutions.  

Mr. Bohannon’s knowledge of housing, student unions, recreation centers, public-private partnerships, and program management has earned him several industry awards, including recent recognition by Engineering News-Record as one of its California “Top 20 Under 40” honorees for 2017.



B.Arch. (California Polytechnic State University)


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In the News 

Orange Coast College Aims to Open On-campus Dorms by Fall 2019Orange Coast College aims to build and open dorms by fall 2019 as part of a larger project that could make the school the only community college in Southern California to provide on-campus student housing.


Firm Introduces Plan to Expand University UnionCal Poly has already made plans to expand campus housing to accommodate growing freshman classes, but the Julian A. McPhee University Union (UU) could be the next campus facility to expand, with a proposal to nearly double its square footage.


Governing Board Takes First Steps Towards Creating Brand New TSUThe Associated Students, Inc. Cookout last month helped spread the word on an expansion of the Titan Student Union. It was also the first step in a lengthy process that the Titan Student Center’s Governing Board members and their associates took to decide what the facility’s future will be.


Student Survey Says Yes to Recreation CenterThe Senate Chamber brimmed at the doorways as students and Associated Students, Inc. members gathered Wednesday to hear the Brailsford and Dunlavey company present the results of the Recreation Needs Assessment survey conducted by students last month.


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