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Daylon Brumfield, PMP

Senior Project Manager

Daylon Brumfield brings over a decade of architectural and project management experience to our firm from his distinguished career in the public-sector and years as an entrepreneur. As our Senior Project Manager, he is responsible for maintaining design quality and ensuring all projects move swiftly and economically through each phase–from conceptual design to final closeout.

Before joining CasaBella Architects, Daylon served as the project manager for the Austin Public Library, overseeing improvement and development of department facilities, notably heading the University Hills Branch Expansion and Renovation project. Prior to his position with the library, he was employed by the University of Texas at Austin where he coordinated mapping and civil utilities projects in GIS, and managed architectural and space records for over 660 buildings, 55,000 rooms, and 28,000,000 GSF of space across 10 system campuses in North America. In this capacity, he played a lead role in the mapping of the JJ Pickle Research Campus and the facilities space audit completed for the Texas Higher Education Coordination Board. Additionally, he provided technical drafting and design support services for a wide range of clients through his own company, Brumfield Graphics and Design, before accepting a position with the university.

Daylon is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) through the Project Management Institute and is certified as an AutoCAD and Revit Professional by Autodesk. He was a Ronald E. McNair scholar at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and gained an appreciation for architects Peter Calthorpe, Andrés Duany, and the College of New Urbanism.

Outside of the architectural industry, Daylon’s diverse career includes co-ownership of a music venue, production management for Live Nation Entertainment concerts and festivals, and intelligence analysis as a Sergeant in the US Marine Corps. His interests include urban planning, music, guitar, mindfulness, hiking, cooking, and baseball.