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Bradly Schaefer

Senior Architectural Designer

With more than 14 years of experience as an architectural designer, Bradly Schaefer consistently demonstrates a creative vision that excites and empowers our clients. Prior to joining SCOPE he worked as a Design Project Manager for well-known retailer, Rue21, designing and managing an unparalleled record of new store openings and existing store remodel/relocations each year. His deep expertise and knowledge of the retail sector enhances the SCOPE team, saving our clients valuable time and money.

Bradly brings great communication skills, organization and management, which he has applied to a wide variety of clients with diverse architectural design needs. He is consistently recognized for exceeding our clients’ expectations by providing innovative solutions and streamlining the design process. Through the use of FunctionFox he manages complex projects keeping them on-schedule and on-budget.

Extensive experience in computer assisted design and project management

Excellent communication skills and proven success interfacing with a wide variety of co-workers, vendors, and clients

Solid management capabilities with consistent track record of anticipating consequences of new designs, initiating solutions, managing multiple projects and working under tight timeline constraints

Experienced with multiple versions and tools in AutoCAD and Solid Edge

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bradly@scopeac.com

(704) 341-9800

What is your favorite movie quote?

“The very basic core of man’s living spirit is his passion for adventure. The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new different sun.”
– Christopher McCandless ‘Into the Wild’

Which project has given you the most satisfaction?

No single project, just the satisfaction of surviving retail for 5 years. Remodeling / Opening 800+ stores in 5 years.

Who inspires you?

My wife

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