Dan Obrynba, AIA, has joined the Dublin, Ohio, office of Fanning Howey as project executive for client development. Fanning Howey is a full-service architecture and engineering firm and a recognized national leader in the design of environments for learning.
Obrynba brings with him more than 30 years of experience in educational facility planning and design. Most recently, he served as director of educational architecture at a sizeable Ohio design firm. In this role, he was principal-in-charge of various new elementary, middle and high school projects, and also served on the firm’s board of directors.
“Dan’s passion for the planning and design of educational environments matches ours, so this will be a great fit,” says Steve Wilczynski, AIA, executive director of Fanning Howey’s Ohio operations. “It’s a tremendous opportunity for us to share and learn from one another.”
Obrynba is a former member of the board of directors for the Columbus chapter of the American Institute of Architects and has served on the Richland County Habitat for Humanity board of directors. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from The Ohio State University and has earned the registered educational facilities planner (REFP) designation from the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE).
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