At TRIAD, it’s never “just business.”
Two decades ago, TRIAD began with a simple idea - design begins with people. Our founders built a firm that puts people first and advocates for their goals by producing authentic, organic, and community-based design.
Today, our growing team of partners and associates continue that mission. When design begins with people, architecture is so much more than just business - architecture is stewardship.
Brent Foley owns 9,592 comic books.
He started with TRIAD as a high school intern when the firm started in 1997, and his performance and commitment as a designer and project manager led to his promotion as Partner in 2009.
Brent has managed a diverse range of project including new construction, renovation, and historic rehabilitation. As a Columbus Business First ’40 Under Forty’ recipient, Brent’s success has been defined by his high-level energy and his commitment to promoting the profession through mentorship and speaking engagements. Through the firm’s ‘Architecture is Stewardship’ initiative, Brent has been instrumental in engaging the community and our partners in “having the tough conversation” around diversity in the creative fields with a focus on architecture, because “it is never just business, we must be stewards."
Zach Price set a world record in 2008 when he reached the highest peak in all fifty U.S. states.
His career began in the Pacific Northwest before returning to TRIAD in 2009 as a partner, and second-generation owner. He provides focus on the financial performance and operations of the firm, with additional leadership in client development and project management.
Zach is also an accredited professional with the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED program and makes every effort to incorporate sustainable practice into TRIAD projects. And, as a recognized business leader in his community, Zach’s has represented the City of Delaware on various boards and panels. He also continues to volunteer his time on steering committees and focused initiatives representing TRIAD Architecture and TRIAD Development.