Brandy Ziegler

Brandy received her Master’s of Architecture from Texas Tech University in 1999. After working in Dallas and Denver, Brandy joined Fitzpatrick Architects in 2003. She has been instrumental in pushing the design envelope for the region by carefully and intentionally promoting thoughtful design in the communities she serves. Her leadership and concern is evident in her projects and the reason clients have invested their trust in her planning and design approach.

She has repeatedly worked with Tyler Junior College, Region 7 ESC, Tyler ISD, and the City of Tyler (Large Scale Downtown Masterplanning Initiative) as well as Smith County (New Courthouse Planning Initiative). She has also been the architect in charge of flagship prototypes for brands such as Brookshire’s FRESH (LEED Certified) and TRANE Technologies. Brandy serves on the board of directors for Tyler Economic Development Council, The Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Tyler’s Hit the Bricks, and the Tyler Legacy High School Volleyball Booster Club.

Brandy is married to Bryan, a registered civil engineer and architect. They have been blessed with two girls Sophie (2005) and Maya (2008).

Her work includes:
Downtown Tyler Masterplan and Revitalization Initiative
City of Tyler Rose Center Complex Conference Center
Smith County Courthouse Masterplan, Bond Planning, & New Courthouse
Tyler Junior College Energy Center
Tyler Junior College School of Culinary Arts
Tyler Junior College
The Plaza Tower - Adaptive Reuse and Renovation
First Christian Church - Broadway and Loop 323 - Redevelopment
Tyler Morning Telegraph - Renovation and Rebrand
TRANE Technologies - New Conference and Training Headquarters
FRESH by Brookshires
Region 7 EcoLand
Region 7 Education Service Center - Renovation and Rebrand
Texas Arthritis and Rheumatology Clinic