Bachelor of Architecture, Temple University | 1995
Sowinski Sullivan, PC | Principal Architect |
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), | Manager, Architectural Design, Bridges and Buildings Dept. |
Phillips and Associates Architects | Designer/Project Manager |
KCBA Architects | Designer/Project Manager |
Kelly/Maiello, Inc. | Intern Architect/Junior Designer |
HLM Design | Intern Architect/Junior Designer |
Registered Architect: PA
Brian Fey is a Principal Architect at Sowinski Sullivan. He is an alumnus of Temple University and a registered architect. Since joining Sowinski Sullivan, Brian has worked exclusively on transportation support facilities and station projects. Brian currently manages teams handling investigation, performs design coordination-related tasks, and prepares and oversees production efforts for documents, including detailing, specifications, coordination, CAD, and client standards. He also is a technical advisor and a member of the firm's Quality Assurance Committee.
Over his nearly 25 years in the field, he gained experience in all phases of the construction process, from planning and code review to design and construction document preparation through construction administration and completion. Prior to joining Sowinski Sullivan, he was the manager of the architecture group at SEPTA where he oversaw work across the entire rail, bus, trolley, and subway system. He also worked at firms in and around Philadelphia and its suburbs on a variety of building types, including healthcare, educational, transportation, and single-family residential.