We wholeheartedly appreciate our panel members for sharing their time and expertise with us.
Mark J. Bodien
Mark Bodien, AIA, is principal and director of MoodyoNolan Sports. He joined the firm nearly two decades ago and has participated in more than 100 sports and recreation projects throughout the country.
As an author and lecturer on best design practices for sports/recreation facilities, Bodien directs the efforts of a dedicated sports and recreation studio that serves clients nationwide.
Bodien has a bachelor's of science in civil engineering and a master's in architecture, both from Washington University. He has also studied at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and the Colorado Recreation Design & Management School.
He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the Architects Society of Ohio.
Michael H. Bourque
Michael Bourque is an interior design principal of the 250-person Sasaki Associates, Inc., which has offices in Boston and San Francisco. With more than 25 years of professional experience, he designs and manages projects for corporate, financial and professional services firms.
Using his broad experience in the brand enhancement of business spaces, Bourque, a fitness enthusiast, has branched out into the design of health and fitness centers for corporations and independent health and fitness providers.
He has served on the LEED Commercial Interiors Committee of the US Green Building Council and was the 1999 to 2001 Chairman of the College of Fellows of the International Interior Design Association.
Paul Brailsford is co-founder and CEO of Brailsford & Dunlavey, which provides facility planning and project management services for the development of revenue-generating "quality of life" facilities for independent school, higher education and municipal clients. An economics graduate from the University of Maryland, Brailsford is also a principal of CENTERS, LLC, a company that offers comprehensive management services for campus and municipal recreation centers.
As an innovator in the application of market and financial analysis to programming and development, Brailsford started his career as a real estate economist specializing in urban mixed-use, hotel, resort and residential projects, eventually turning his focus toward facility planning within the nonprofit sector.
Since its inception 10 years ago, Brailsford & Dunlavey has planned almost 400 projects in 46 states and one foreign country with an aggregate project value exceeding $6 billion.
D. Scot Hunsaker
Scot Hunsaker is the president of Counsilman/Hunsaker & Associates, a leading firm in aquatic design and consulting for more than three decades.
As a graduate of Indiana University School of Business, Hunsaker leads a team that is responsible for more than 50 aquatic projects per year, many of which have been recognized and honored by top industry organizations in a variety of venues: indoor, outdoor, university, park and recreation, resort, and municipal markets.
Having served on the editorial committee for the Official Swimming Pool Design Compendium and as president of the National Swim and Recreation Association, Hunsaker is constantly researching the ever-changing trends of the recreation field. He has published several articles in leading aquatic trade magazines and is a frequent presenter and guest lecturer at industry functions and universities.
Philip Neeley, ASLA, is a senior landscape architect in the Urban Design & Planning Group of Carter & Burgess, Inc. He has more than 20 years of experience in a wide range of park and recreational planning and design.
Neeley joined Carter & Burgess in 1983 after receiving his bachelor's of architecture degree from the University of Texas at Arlington, where he later received a master's of landscape architecture in 1986. He has been with Carter & Burgess his entire professional career. He is active in numerous professional and community organizations, including American Society of Landscape Architects, National Recreation and Park Association, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, and Texas Recreation and Park Society.
Neeley has been the project manager for numerous landscape architecture projects throughout Texas including the Dallas Park & Recreation Long Range Development Plan, known as the "Renaissance Plan," a strategic plan for recovering the city's 400-plus public parks and recreation system.
Reed I. Voorhees
Reed I. Voorhees, AIA, is an architect and senior designer with St. Louis-based Jacobs Facilities Inc, a nationally recognized architecture, engineering and consulting firm. He has more than 20 years experience in the design of recreation facilities for municipalities and higher education institutions.
Voorhees is a graduate of the University of Kansas School of Architecture and Urban Design with a bachelor's of architecture and a bachelor's of environmental design. His experience has earned him national recognition in the design of sports and recreation facilities, including several AIA design awards.
He is involved with national and state park and recreation associations and has addressed sessions at various state park and recreation association conferences. Voorhees has served as secretary on the AIA-St. Louis Executive Board and as a director for AIA-Missouri.