Brad D. Pfluger Honored as Association for Learning Environments Lifetime Achievement Award Winner
Washington, D.C. — Brad Pfluger, AIA, ALEP, President, Pfluger Associates L.P., is the recipient of the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award, presented at the recent Association for Learning Environments (A4LE) LearningSCAPES conference in San Diego, CA. This award, the highest and most prestigious honor conferred by A4LE to an individual, is designed to honor a member who has distinguished themselves by making significant lasting contributions to the educational facility planning industry throughout their illustrious career.
As a tireless advocate for excellence and innovation in educational facilities that support learning models and instructional styles, Brad Pfluger’s collaborative spirit defines him as a person—and is the essence of his life’s calling as an architect and school planner. He firmly believes that sharing ideas and learning from one another is critical to success. Brad Pfluger is committed to achieving educational improvements by bringing stakeholders together through volunteer efforts with numerous educational and community organizations.
“A strong proponent of 21st century school design and current trends and issues in the educational facility design process, Brad’s willingness to mentor others involved in school design and planning has helped to shape numerous colleagues into architects and leaders, positively impacting the facility planning arena,” remarked David Waggoner, AIA, LEED AP, BD+C, ALEP, jury chair.
Brad Pfluger is strongly committed to the profession of architecture and the intellectual growth of his firm members. Every year, Brad takes the entire firm and their family members to various cities to foster team building and increase their knowledge of architectural concepts in different regions of the country.
The Association for Learning Environments (A4LE), formerly the Council of Educational Facility Planners (CEFPI), is the only professional organization whose primary purpose is improving the places where children learn. With approximately 4,400 members, A4LE encompasses six geographic regions across the United States, and supports regional representation in Canada, Australasia, and the UK. A4LE embraces a collaborative network of professionals with one single goal – building healthy, safe, resilient and sustainable 21st Century learning places that inspire transformation in education, enhance student and teacher performance, and support culture and community vitality. To learn more, visit www.a4le.org or follow us on Twitter @A4LE2.