Mark Damrel Joins BCA Architects

San Francisco, CA – BCA Architects, a West Coast architectural firm, named Mark Damrel as its new Job Captain. Mark has over 15 years of experience in architectural design. His strong understanding of construction has played a key role in the development and realization of numerous projects varying in size and complexity within California.

At BCA, Mark works under the direction of the Job Manager and manages documents that are in the design phase. Mark originally became interested in BCA after he saw its online portfolio. He admires BCA’s take on 21st Century Learning Environments. Currently, Mark is in charge of getting High Performance School Incentives on many of BCA’s educational projects. The High Performance Incentive (HPI) Program was created by the California government to promote the use of high performance attributes in new construction and modernization projects for K-12 schools.  This includes using design and materials that promote energy and water efficiency, maximize the use of natural lighting, and improve indoor air quality.

Prior to joining BCA Architects, Mark worked as a Job Captain / Project Manager at both Banducci Associates Architects and MacCracken Architects. One of his most notable projects with MacCracken was the Bankhead Theatre in Livermore, CA. Mark also managed the construction of the Livermore Valley Park Plaza in Livermore, as well as, the custom residence, Mines Road House. His work on the Mines Road House project was featured in Arch Daily.

Mark received a BFA Interior Design from San Jose State University in 2005 and is a LEED AP.

About BCA Architects
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