Mr. Dunlavey is co-founder of CENTERS and President of Brailsford & Dunlavey. An architect with an advanced degree in real estate development and finance, he reflects a professional background in a variety of capacities within the building industry, ranging from project feasibility and planning to architectural design and program management. Mr. Dunlavey specializes in managing the development of sports venues and higher education “quality of life” projects including recreation and athletic facilities and student centers. He has lectured and written extensively on the feasibility analysis, financing, programming, design, and construction of such projects. A member of the prestigious American Institute of Architects College of Fellows, in 2005 Mr. Dunlavey was named by Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal as one of the “Forty under 40” comprising the most innovative and influential executives in the sports business industry. Mr. Dunlavey founded the B&D Venues specialized practice and provides leadership and strategy for all CENTERS sports venues. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Columbia College of Columbia University and his Master of Business Administration from The George Washington University.