Brian Booker, Associate Principle and Senior Project Architect at Caldwell

Brian Brooker

  • Associate Principal
  • Senior Architect

Brian Brooker is a Senior Project Architect with over 35 years of design and architectural experience including Historic Preservation, Adaptive Reuse, Commercial, and Custom Residential designs. He considers responsive client communication to be first and foremost in the process of developing a successful project: “Listening carefully to each client in order to provide custom, yet practical and affordable designs, is a must for every project in order to meet not only each client’s personal vision but also their functional needs and budget.” Well-versed in construction means and methods, Brian uses this experience to effectively communicate project details to contractors, working to ensure a smooth process throughout project construction.

Brian received his Bachelor of Architecture from Auburn University in 1988 and has been a Registered Architect in the State of Alabama since 1994. He participated in Auburn’s Study Abroad program visiting more than seven countries across Europe and documenting countless historical buildings and sites: “I often utilize design experience from the European Studies trip within projects to create a defined sense of character and timeless design.” He is an active member of the American Institute of Architects and is a LEED Accredited Professional. For successful work in Historic Preservation and Adaptive Reuse projects, Brian has received Recognition and Appreciation Awards from the Alabama Historical Commission, The Marengo County Historical Society, Alabama Power Co., and The Tuscaloosa Arts Council.

Brian resides in Demopolis, AL with his wife, Diane, of over 30 years. Active members of St. Leo’s Catholic Church, both Brian and Diane were born and raised in this community and returned with professional degrees to raise four children while also restoring two c. 1884 Victorian residences. Devoted not only to faith, family, and the profession of architecture, Brian believes it is important to serve as an active community volunteer.

Brian is famous for walking away from your desk with your pen, pencil, or scale; finding 32 hours in a 24-hour day; and never slowing down.