Program Chair and Assistant Professor Mark Broyles started teaching at CCD in 2013. As program chair of the architectural technology program, Mark teaches Architectural Drawing Theory, Commercial Construction Drawing, History of Architecture, SketchUp, and Architectural Design and Development.
Mark holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Master of Architecture, both from University of Virginia. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and licensed and an architect in Colorado.
Mark has 35 years’ experience as a practicing architect and urban designer while living in Virginia, Washington D.C., Seattle, London, and Colorado. He also has experience in residential design, university buildings, and a number of sustainably designed K-12 DPS schools across the Front Range. He was on the Denver Union Station Master Plan team and developed master plans and landscape designs for the Centre for Mathematical Sciences at University of Cambridge and the Sutton Hoo National Trust Historic Site in the UK.
In 2001, he was awarded the DC AIA Honor Award with Richard Chenoweth for Historic Preservation.
Mark has two daughters, two cats, and speaks some French (and a little Italian). He enjoys hiking, recreational cycling, gardening, playing the trumpet, sketching, and traveling. And like all good Coloradans, Mark is a diehard Broncos fan.