Bernard Dooley, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Director of Laboratory Design
Bernard leads the programming and design of the Goody Clancy’s science and vivaria facilities in architecture projects for higher education and for private-sector research. With prior professional experience as a research chemist, he has a detailed and broad understanding of how scientists work, and of the technical requirements that determine a successful facility design. Over his years in the firm he has built an extensive portfolio of laboratory projects, notably at the nearby Massachusetts Institute of Technology but also on university campuses nationwide.
Bernard’s recent and current projects include a new building for the School of Medicine at Washington University in St. Louis (with Christner Architects), research facilities for the Novartis Institutes of Biomedical Research, and laboratories at Tufts University and at MIT.
B.S., North Dakota State University
M.Arch., University of Utah