J.D. Dreyer, AIA, ACHA joined Davis Partnership Architects in 1995. He is a 1993 graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington with a master’s degree in architecture and brings a high degree of professionalism and care to every project he leads, making him a critical part of any results-oriented team. Mr. Dreyer’s enthusiasm and sincere enjoyment of all phases of the design process, from identifying problems to exploring options and working with other team members on elegant solutions to problems, is valued by his many repeat clients. He is highly skilled in all phases of project development and construction; his direct, open, and efficient approach to work consistently delivers in cases where aggressive schedules, complex programmatic requirements and diverse project teams are required. He is known by clients and colleagues for his unwavering commitment to excellence in the field of healthcare architecture. He is driven by his love of the collaborative process and a desire to deliver great healthcare design that elevates the potential for healing, and relishes any opportunity to immerse himself in the complex details of this very specialized field of design.
Mr. Dreyer has received several awards for his work, including the 2020 ASHE Vista Award for the River Pavilion Patient Tower at Kadlec Regional Medical Center. He was also honored as a 2013 finalist at the 51st Annual PCI Design Awards. He is a member of the Rotary Club of Denver, participates with Denver Kids, Inc., the Highline Academy Building Corporation, and on projects for Habitat for Humanity and Hearts and Hammers.