OPN Madison is growing. Brent Pauba and Bryan Mann made the move from our Cedar Rapids office to our newest studio in Wisconsin’s burgeoning capitol city in late August.
Pauba and Mann bring a wealth of experience and man power to the Madison studio. Their arrival preludes an exciting time for the year-old studio; the team there is stronger and more capable than ever.
“I am very excited to have Bryan and Brent join our studio. Their traits are key to our studio’s continued growth and I look forward to them being a part of the Madison office,” says Principal Wesley Reynolds. “ Bryan has been committed to high quality design and building strong relationships over the years. Brent’s constant pursuit to push everyone around him to think forwardly about design and technology are traits a progressive studio needs.”
The past year has been marked with major successes for the office, thanks to the leadership that has connected with the community and consistently practiced good design. The team’s hard work has afforded our firm the chance to grow the Madison office and pursue even more projects in the region.
“Madison is a fantastic mixture of urban, nature, art and energy,” says Mann. “It is an exciting place to be and OPN is right in the middle of it.”
Just more than a year ago, Reynolds cut the ribbon on the Madison office and since, the small—but mighty—team has celebrated the opening of 5th Element Coffee and Forward Health Group. With Baraboo Public Library, Hedberg Public Library, John Deere Horicon Distribution Center, Madison Fire and Training Facility, The King Hotel, and Lucille Pizzeria all in the works, OPN’s growth in Madison is only going to continue.