BART HALL

Director - Research and Methods

Before joining Brailsford & Dunlavey as a project manager in 2004, Mr. Hall worked as a senior auxiliary services / student affairs practitioner in public higher education for 20 years. After working on more than 50 planning projects in seven years, Mr. Hall was chosen as the firm’s first Research and Methods Director with responsibility for enhancing B&D’s highly regarded collection of analytical tools, broadening an already extensive knowledge base and reinforcing the firm’s thought leadership in the industry. He has been actively involved in both ACUI and NACAS for more than two decades serving on national and region committees, presenting conference sessions, and authoring journal articles. Mr. Hall also continues with project responsibilities as the firm’s student union subject area expert.

M.S. Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration (Indiana University)

B.S. Agricultural Communications (Public Relations) (Oklahoma State University)

ACUI Emeritus Award

National Association of College Auxiliary Services (NACAS)

Association of College Unions International (ACUI)

NACAS Contract Management Certification

2011
WHY HOT UNION TRENDS ARE NOT THE RIGHT FIT FOR YOUR UNION DOWNLOAD
2011
COLLABORATION: THE KEY TO A SUCCESSFUL FEASIBILITY STUDY DOWNLOAD
2010
LEED THE PROCESS: MANAGING THE DESIGN TEAM DOWNLOAD
2009
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DELIVERY METHODS DOWNLOAD
2008
HOW TO KEEP YOUR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT ON TRACK IN CHALLENGING ECONOMIC TIMES DOWNLOAD
2008
PLANNING A CAPITAL PROJECT: 10 STEPS FOR GETTING RENOVATION, ADDITIONS OR EXPANSIONS ON THE RIGHT TRACK DOWNLOAD
2008
RECREATION CENTERS 101: A PRIMER FOR UNION DIRECTORS DOWNLOAD
2007
ASK THE EXPERTS: ARCHITECTS, FACILITY EVALUATORS, AND EXPERIENCED FACILITY DIRECTORS
2007
PLANNING A CAPITAL PROJECT: 10 STEPS FOR GETTING RENOVATION, ADDITIONS OR EXPANSIONS ON THE RIGHT TRACK DOWNLOAD
2006
RECREATION CENTERS 101: A PRIMER FOR UNION DIRECTORS DOWNLOAD
2005
BUILDING PROJECT SUPPORT: IT’S ALL IN THE GROUND WORK DOWNLOAD
2005
TRENDS AND BENCHMARKING DATA FOR THE MODERN UNION DOWNLOAD
2003
MARKETING YOUR CONSTRUCTION/RENOVATION PROJECT
2001
STUDENT UNION CAUCUS: ISSUES AND ANSWERS
2001
BALANCING NEEDS AND WANTS
2001
COMPARATIVE DATA: A TOOL TO SUPPORT EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT
1997
COMMERCIALIZATION VS. PRIVATIZATION: WILL TOO MANY SIGNS SPOIL THE SOUP?
1994
DIALOGUE: THE COLLEGE UNION IN THE 21ST CENTURY
1989
TO SERVE THEM ALL OUR DAYS
2007
STUDENT UNION SURVEY RESULTS PRESENTED AT TOWN-HALL MEETING

More than one hundred students showed up at Pierson Auditorium on Thursday evening for a discussion on the proposed new student union.

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2005
STUDENT INPUT SOUGHT ON SAC PLANS

Students packed the Glenn Maloney Room on the ground level of the Student Services Building Tuesday evening, filling every seat and lining the walls as they gathered to share their input on needs that should be filled by a proposed Student Activity Center.

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2005
FOCUS GROUP ADDRESSES STUDENT CONCERNS

By speaking with about 40 to 50 UW-Eau Claire students and faculty Wednesday and today, program manager and facility planner for Brailsford & Dunlavey Bart Hall said he hopes to provide university officials a better picture of what students are looking for in campus facilities.

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