ALAN RESNICK, LEED AP

Vice President

With more than 30 years of experience working with over 100 college and university clients, Mr. Resnick directs B&D's Boston office. Before joining the firm in 2013, his collaboration with B&D had included several dozen assignments in a span of two decades. He has dedicated his career to the advancement of higher education facilities throughout the nation. He has worked to develop high-impact planning strategies that allow mission-driven institutions to achieve their highest aspirations by aligning the attributes of their physical setting with their institutional values.

B.Arch. (Pratt Institute)

Urban Planning (Instituto di Urbanistica)

Florence, Italy

Registered Architect: NC

Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional

2009
PSYCHOLOGY OF SPACE DESIGN
2008
REVITALIZING A MID-SIZE UNIVERSITY THROUGH VISION AND BRANDING
2007
DEFINING GREEN DESIGN FOR YOUR RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY
2006
CAMPUS LIFE IN THE URBAN SETTING
2006
UNION COLLEGE, CREATING THE MINERVA HOUSE SYSTEM
2005
PLANNING AND DESIGN STRATEGIES THAT CREATE SUCCESSFUL LIVING LEARNING COMMUNITIES
2005
GREEN INITIATIVES FOR STAMP UNION-UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
2004
COURAGEOUS, HEARTFELT AND WISE STRATEGIES FOR DESIGN OF FIRST-YEAR HOUSING
2004
MAKING A SILK PURSE OUT OF A SOW’S EAR
2004
OLD UNION – NEW FRONTIER, THE STORY OF STAMP UNION RENOVATIONS
2003
IMPLEMENTING THE VISION: FIX IT, FLATTEN IT, START FROM SCRATCH
2003
PRIVATIZATION: CELEBRATING NEW FORMS OF PARTNERING
2000
HARNESSING THE PAST, UNLEASHING THE FUTURE
2000
THE ROLE OF STUDENT LIFE ON CAMPUS
1999
STUDENT HOUSING – PRIVATIZATION, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
1998
ARCHITECTURAL PROGRAM AND BUDGET DEVELOPMENT
1998
PROJECT GOAL SETTING, PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND ASSESSMENT
1996
PLAYING SERIOUSLY: PLANNING FOR ATHLETIC AND RECREATION FACILITIES ON CAMPUS
1996
CATALYSTS FOR CHANGE – RESIDENTIAL LIFE MASTER PLANNING
1991
ENTERING THE WASHINGTON, D.C. MARKET
1991
CREATING A SENSE OF COMMUNITY, SUCCESSFUL URBAN STRATEGIES
1990
TENANT DEVELOPMENT – THE ARCHITECT’S PERSPECTIVE
1990
URBAN FABRIC ELEVATED IN THE LANDSCAPE DIMENSION – WASHINGTON, D.C.
1990
INTERNATIONAL PRACTICE OF ARCHITECTURE
1989
INTELLIGENT OFFICE BUILDINGS
2007
ON A FAST TRACK

As the dawn of the new century approached, West Virginia University found itself mired in the campus recreation dark ages–and without much elbow room.

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1998
BIG MEN ON CAMPUS WIN OVER NEW FANS

Many colleges and universities around the country know whom to call when they want to build a recreation center or other sports facility on campus.

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