At BFrank Studio our philosophy is rooted in sustainable design – a philosophy that we desire to share with each and
every consultant team member. Having worked several campuses, Beverly and Steve share the University’s goals of continually raising the bar relative to high performing buildings and sustainable environments. Beverly Frank, LEED AP since 2006 – brings her most recent, relevant experience
seeking LEED V4 Gold certification on the UF Otis Hawkins Center. Steve was involved in helping design the first LEED Gold Certified building in the state of Florida at the University of Florida’s Rinker Hall. Using a client-centric approach, we listen, literally and figuratively, to the Users and the Environment. We will approach our designs with sensitivity and care towards the existing historic fabric, what might happen in the
future, and the ways in which the designs might facilitate alternate uses. We believe this approach truly embodies the spirit of sustainability resulting in lower maintenance costs, lower operating costs, and an overall happier, healthier environment for students, faculty, and staff for
years to come.
“MY EXPERIENCE …
HAS BEEN PHENOMENAL. I HAVE NEVER SEEN A FIRM MORE DEDICATED AND COMMITTED TO THEIR WORK.
IN ADDITION, THEY ARE TEAM PLAYERS AND WILLING TO DO WHATEVER IT TAKES TO PLEASE THEIR CLIENT AND MOVE THE PROJECT FORWARD.”
– Fred Rowe, Project Manager, University of Florida