Jim Barrett '87 AIA, LEED
Jim Barrett is a Principal at Drummey Rosane Anderson, Inc., which he joined in 1987; he became a principal in 1999. Jim graduated from BAC in 1987 with a Bachelor of Architecture; he also holds a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design, Design Resource Management from the University of Connecticut. Jim is a registered architect with more than twenty years of professional experience; he is NCARB certified, with active registrations in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Ohio, and Virginia and is a LEED certified designer. Jim is currently a member of the American Institute of Architects, Boston Society of Architects, U.S. Green Building Council, Council of Educational and Facility Planners International, Boston Society of Architects Healthcare Committee, and has, in the past, participated as a Boston Architectural Center Faculty member. During his career at DRA, Jim has been responsible for more than thirty major design efforts amounting to more than two million square feet of construction.
Jim is a frequent speaker at local and national conferences where he covers topics such as raising community awareness and support for projects, technology and its impact on design, and enhancing the learning experience through design. As part of his ongoing commitment to design excellence and understanding current trends, Jim regularly attends conferences throughout the east coast. Jim was voted to be the 2012 recipient of the Distinguished Alumni in Practice Award.