Dan Broyles holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Boston Architectural College. Dan is a LEED Accredited Professional (BD+C) and is pursuing NCARB certification.
A Boston native, Dan started college as an Environmental Studies major before transitioning to architecture. Dan began working in the AEC world in 2008 while attending the BAC and has helped design workplace interiors in architectural practices large and small. Dan also worked in the BAC’s Learning Resource Center as a Subject Tutor for six years, tutoring students and design professionals in software and other subjects.
Dan has worked at Packard Design since 2014, and truly enjoys bringing tangible improvements to the clients he works with.
In his spare time, Dan enjoys hiking, attending metal shows, and freehand drawing. Dan owns a snow bike, which is also great on sand and trails.