People

Becky Brantley

Master of Architecture
Clemson University
Overseas Study in Genoa, Italy
Bachelor of Arts in Architecture
Clemson University
Overseas Study at the University of Newcastle, Newcastle Australia
American Institute of Architects
Board of Directors, Greater Columbia Section 2004 – 2006
Board of Directors, AIA South Carolina 2014 – 2017
Member 2003 – present
USGBC
LEED Accredited Professional 2005 – present
13
years with the firm

Becky Brantley

AIA, LEED AP

Architect

 

Becky is a registered architect and a LEED accredited professional with a diverse portfolio. Her experience includes the transformations of the AIA award-winning 701 Whaley and the renovation of the Bull Street Central Energy Facility into a new home for Downtown Church. Becky has also led notable new construction projects including a New Residence Hall for Lander University, The Center for Achievement (CFA) for Richland School District 2, and a state-of-the-art Science and Innovation Center for Hammond School which includes flexible labs, a maker space, a green roof and a planetarium. Becky is dedicated to listening to each client’s story and committed to being involved in each project from beginning to end.

 Recently completing her tenure on the AIA South Carolina Board of Directors, Becky is passionate about serving her community.  She serves on the Brockman Elementary PTO Board, The Palmetto Health Festival of Trees Planning Committee, and has raised money for the Palmetto Walk for Life and Famously Hot Pink Half Marathon, 5k and 10k. She is currently enrolled in the 2019 Leadership Columbia class and continues to look for new opportunities to engage her surroundings.

 

 

Becky Brantley

AIA, LEED AP

Architect

 

Becky is a registered architect and a LEED accredited professional with a diverse portfolio. Her experience includes the transformations of the AIA award-winning 701 Whaley and the renovation of the Bull Street Central Energy Facility into a new home for Downtown Church. Becky has also led notable new construction projects including a New Residence Hall for Lander University, The Center for Achievement (CFA) for Richland School District 2, and a state-of-the-art Science and Innovation Center for Hammond School which includes flexible labs, a maker space, a green roof and a planetarium. Becky is dedicated to listening to each client’s story and committed to being involved in each project from beginning to end.

 Recently completing her tenure on the AIA South Carolina Board of Directors, Becky is passionate about serving her community.  She serves on the Brockman Elementary PTO Board, The Palmetto Health Festival of Trees Planning Committee, and has raised money for the Palmetto Walk for Life and Famously Hot Pink Half Marathon, 5k and 10k. She is currently enrolled in the 2019 Leadership Columbia class and continues to look for new opportunities to engage her surroundings.

 

 

Master of Architecture
Clemson University
Overseas Study in Genoa, Italy
Bachelor of Arts in Architecture
Clemson University
Overseas Study at the University of Newcastle, Newcastle Australia
American Institute of Architects
Board of Directors, Greater Columbia Section 2004 – 2006
Board of Directors, AIA South Carolina 2014 – 2017
Member 2003 – present
USGBC
LEED Accredited Professional 2005 – present
13
years with the firm

“The building here at CFA has just been wonderful. From the very beginning the architects came in before the building was even constructed and asked what our needs were of our students and what we wanted and they gave us everything we asked for. To the muted soft colors, to the sound panels for quietness, and all of that has just made this building a place where children can really learn, and the environment has been wonderful.”

Stephanie Courtney, Lead Teacher, Richland District 2 CFA