Brian John Dickerson, Director

Mr. Dickerson’s distinguished career has an extensive background in the design and construction of large commercial, institutional and luxury residential work and is an accomplished student of historical architecture. Brian has been the designer of a number of the nations most prestigious club projects. This includes the recent main Club House renovations to the Congressional Country Club where the character of the traditional historic club house, in this case a 1920 Mediterranean Architecture, was extended and enhanced. Congressional’s new lower level renovations and additions as well as the award winning historic restoration of the club house main level were completed by Mr. Dickerson.

Expressing the character of the membership with an architectural style is Brian’s particular strength. Whether it be the formality of Georgian neo-classicsm as in Quail Hollow or the casual elegance of a country house, as in the current designs for the Norbeck Country Club, Mr. Dickerson provides an architecture, which speaks to a membership’s personality and traditions.

He has also initiated LEEDS green technologies, and other cutting edge tools into the Pollock Dickerson club design process.

Since the establishment of Pollock Dickerson Associates, Mr. Dickerson has also been a guest critic and lecturer, and a member of numerous building and architectural associations. He is a graduate of architecture of Cornell University, and completed graduates studies at the American Academy in Rome.

Andrew Jay Pollock, Director

Mr. Pollock began his career as the designer of numerous high-rise projects in the US and Asia. Subsequently, Mr. Pollock developed a successful practice of private residential design for a range of fortune 500 clients. Mr. Pollock brings a wealth of experience in design and management of large projects commercial and club projects to Pollock Dickerson. His unique experience in the design of highly crafted residences for a range of demanding clients is directly translated to PDA’s club work. His residential design background sets the tone for Pollock Dickerson’s clear outlook for club design as a way to create a “home away from home” for each unique membership.

Andrew also provides a strong management and technology background, which has lead to the implementation of BIM project modeling technologies to make Pollock Dickerson design process more accessible for our clients.

Mr. Pollock has been a guest critic of interiors design and architecture at the Parsons School of Design and is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design.