Bret Page (Principal) began working professionally in 1994 after graduating with Honors with a Bachelor of Architecture from North Carolina State University, Magna Cum Laude. In school, Bret was the recipient of the Walter Robbs Callahan and Pierce Scholarship – chosen by faculty in 1992 and inducted into Tau Sigman Delta – honor society in architecture and allied arts. Bret has worked as a licensed Architect in North Carolina since 2000 and has enjoyed a diverse architectural palate that includes: adaptive re-use, office, industrial, retail, education, hospitality, healthcare, worship, and turn-of-the-century residential. Bret founded BPA in 2002 with a passion for older structures and a desire to help revitalize Downtown Raleigh. Bret’s strengths are heavy in creativity, going the extra mile, and most importantly: client interaction and communication. Bret is a member of the American Institute of Architects and has recently become licensed in Massachusetts. In his spare time, Bret is a talented drummer, loves carpentry, and trips to Cape Cod.