The Catholic University of America


Bradley Guy


Brad is an Assistant Professor and Director of the Masters of Science in Sustainable Design program in the School of Architecture and Planning, The Catholic University of America (CUArch), Washington, DC. He is also the Associate Director of the Center for Building Stewardship, Chair of the Sustainability Committee, and Faculty Advisor to the USGBC Student Group of CUArch. Brad is the Chair of the US Green Building Council Materials and Resources Technical Advisory Group, and a Member of the Board of the Off-Site Construction Council of the National Institute of Building Sciences, and a member of the Sustainable Sites Initiative Materials Committee. Brad recently organized the ìReclaim + Remake International Symposiumî, April 2013, at CUArch, which hosted speakers from 23 universities and 8 countries on the themes of building materials reuse. Current teaching and research focus on sustainable materials through life cycle assessment, prefabrication and modular design, design to use reclaimed materials, and productivity studies for deconstruction training in Detroit, MI. Brad also teaches an annual course at the Yestermorrow Design / Build School on ëDesign for Deconstruction and Reconstruction.í He has received The Tides Foundation Environmental Leadership Program Fellowship and The Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts Research Fellowship and numerous grants from the US EPA, DoD, NSF and state and local governments and private foundations. Brad was an organizer and juror for US EPA and AIA Lifecycle Building Challenge in 2007, 2008 and 2009. Mr. Guy was a co-editor for the book ìConstruction Ecology,î and co-author of a book on building deconstruction titled, ìUnbuilding: Salvaging the Architectural Treasures of Unwanted Housesî. Mr. Guy also wrote the on-line ìDesign for Disassembly in the Built Environmentî guide for King County, WA. Brad has a MS in Architectural Studies from the University of Florida, and a B.Arch. from the University of Arizona. He is an Associate of the American Institute of Architects and an USGBC LEEDÆ Accredited Professional BD+C.