Fentress Bradburn
Fentress Bradburn
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Fentress Bradburn Architects is a rising American architectural firm based out of Denver, CO. Curtis Worth Fentress (1947-Present) was born in Greensboro, North Carolina to a tobacco sharecropper family. He was the first in his family to attend college and received his Bachelor of Architecture from North Carolina State University School of Design in 1972. Following graduation, Fentress would leave for New York City, New York to work for I.M. Pei and Associates, and in 1978, for Kohn Pedersen Fox. A project in Denver, CO for the latter firm, inspired the location of his own firm, C.W. Fentress, that opened in 1980. In 1998, the name would change with the addition of his new partner James Henry Bradburn (1944-Present). Bradburn had previously worked at the firm of Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates, and retired from Fentress Bradburn in 2004. As of 2007, Fentress Bradburn has continued to operate out of Denver, CO and has completed over 300 projects that have earned 201 awards. Some of their most important projects include Denver International Airport, the National Museum of the Marine Corps and Heritage Center, and Seoul, Korea's Incheon International Airport.