At our September Breakfast Series, the following speakers will discuss how technology is informing and influencing design and construction:
Brandon Farley, AIA, LEED AP BD+C Education Practice Project Manager American Structurepoint
Brandon Farley serves as a leader and mentor to his colleagues while overseeing project design and production at American Structurepoint. With experience with programming, land planning, space planning, building design, and project management, Brandon has worked on a variety of facility types, including education, residential, retail, commercial, hospitality, and civic. Brandon has guided multiple projects through the LEED-certification process, including the first LEED Gold-rated building in Indiana. Recipient of the 2016 AIA Indiana Young Architect Award, Brandon was also named a finalist in the 2015 Indy’s Best and Brightest program. He has a bachelor of architecture and bachelor of science in environmental design from Ball State University.
Joseph Lansdell President Poynter Sheet Metal
Joseph Lansdell is the president of Poynter Sheet Metal, the largest full-service sheet metal and custom metal crafter in Indiana. An industry advocate for pre-fabrication, Joseph has developed a new, 55,000-square-foot facility dedicated to multi-trade and modular construction. Joseph has served on boards for both the Coalition for Construction Safety and the Indiana Construction Roundtable, where he also serves as a mentor for small and diverse construction businesses. Joseph has an associate’s degree in mechanical engineering technology from Purdue University, an associate’s degree in HVAC from Ivy Tech, and a bachelor’s degree in business management from Indiana Wesleyan University. He is also a graduate of the Sheet Metal Workers Local 20 Apprenticeship Program.