BR&P Welcomes Sean Arkin & Bryan Williams to the Team


BR&P Welcomes Intern Architect & Student Architectural Intern: Sean Arkin & Bryan Williams

On January 15, we welcomed Sean Arkin, Intern Architect, and on January 16, welcomed Bryan Williams, Student Architectural Intern, to our team of design professionals.


Sean, originally from New York, NY, graduated from Drury University in 2014 with a Master of Architecture and minors in graphic design/design arts and global studies. Prior to joining BR&P, his experience included designing corporate fit out projects in the New York City office of an international design firm. Sean is an associate member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).


Bryan, from St. Louis, MO, is a fifth-year Architecture student at Drury University. He will graduate in May with a Master of Architecture and minor in graphic design/design arts. While attending Drury, he was a member of Drury’s baseball team and studied abroad in Aegina, Greece for a semester.


An Intern Architect is a graduate of an accredited professional program in architecture, who has not yet passed the series of exams required by the state of residency in order to become licensed.

BR&P practices architecture, planning and project management locally, regionally and nationally. The company has been in business since 1978 in Springfield.


Now that you know the business details, here are some fun facts about Bryan and Sean…


First up is Bryan:

Picture of Bryan

What’s your favorite place in the world? The Friendly Confines


Best concert you’ve been to? The Weeknd concert in Denver, Colorado during Oktoberfest weekend


Favorite piece of architecture in the world? Wrigley Field

Wrigleyville Celebration

What food do you crave the most? Sushi


What famous person would you like to have dinner with? Why? Bjarke Ingels – To dissect his unique mind of inspirational creativity


What is your best tip on surviving architecture school? Be passionate about what you do, all the rest will work itself out


What’s your favorite movie of all time? The Sandlot