Associate Principal, Senior Project Manager
Bryan Southwick is an Associate Principal and Senior Project Manager at CCS Architecture in San Francisco. He oversees all of the San Francisco office hospitality projects as the clients’ main point of contact, managing project teams, coordinating consultants, and collaborating on design and construction.
Originally from upstate New York, Bryan holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Tech University. He has focused on restaurant and hospitality work since joining CCS in 2004. Well-versed in both the technical and imaginative sides of this practice area, he strives to build spaces that are exquisite, pragmatic and timeless.
Recent notable projects include Volta and Tap415 at Westfield San Francisco Centre, the award-winning Twenty Five Lusk in San Francisco and Barrel House Tavern in Sausalito, Stones Gambling Hall in Sacramento, and a number of food and beverage concepts for Hyatt and Loews Hotels on the West Coast. He recently completed a series of Nordstrom projects in Houston, Vancouver, Seattle and Los Angeles, as well as a number of projects on the West Coast for Delaware North. His work has been featured in Architectural Record, California Home + Design and Hospitality Design Magazine.