Executive Committee Member
Jeff Bricker is a proud native Houstonian and has practiced architecture for over 50 years. He is married to his high school sweetheart, has a son and daughter that also live in Houston and each have two boys. He is a Principal at Page Southerland Page, Inc. Architects, Engineers and Consultants, a practice with 20 offices in the United States and Mexico.
Jeff is committed to improving the quality of life in Houston through his practice of architecture. He is equally passionate about his commitment to civic service efforts in Houston, often sharing local Developments and updates with colleagues on important local and state issues impacting our community.
A longtime community leader, he has been involved in the planning, strategy and fundraising for numerous bond elections and local political campaigns. He points out, “Our responsibility doesn’t end with the projects we design that make life better. We also we also have a duty as citizens to ensure that quality of life for all people continues through community involvement.”
Jeff has served on the boards of Southwest Houston 2000, The Park People, Leadership Houston, and the American Red Cross. In addition, he has been active with the Greater Houston Partnership, having served as the former chair of its Local Government Relations Committee, Federal Government Relations Committee, a founding member of its Quality-of-Life Committee, and former Chair of the Task Force on Sensible Growth for its Business Issues Committee.
Professionally he has served as the Principal-in-Charge on many signature projects in Houston and around the state and his leadership of the many design teams has been instrumental in their success. Recent projects include, a new medical school for Sam Houston State University, Discovery Green Park in downtown Houston, the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences, the Harris County Youth Services Center, the Harris County Jury Assembly Building, a $132 Parks to Standards Program for the City of Houston, a new Nursing School for Texas Tech University, the Maverick Student Activities Center for the University of Texas at Arlington, the Fraga Classroom Building and Campus for Houston Community College, the High School for Law Enforcement for HISD, the Houston Area Women’s Center and Cunningham Elementary School for HISD, the first HISD LEED certified project in the system.
Several of his projects have transformed the University of Houston campus. These include the Tillman Fertitta College of Medicine, the TDECU Football Stadium, $140M Football Development Center, the Guy V. Lewis Basketball Development Center and the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center.
Despite his impressive resume, Jeff is just as interested in talking about his family. He met his wife Laurie in high school and proudly supported her during her eight- year service as the Board President for Houston ISD, the 7 th largest school district in the nation. Their two grown children live in Houston and continue to delight them with a growing number of grandchildren.
Jeff graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Architecture. A registered architect, he is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). In addition, he is a graduate of the Leadership Houston’s Class XIII and
received that organization’s Patrice Johnson Award in 1995. He is also a Senior Fellow of the American Leadership Forum Gulf Coast Chapter.