Architect Rejoins Our Team

Green Bay, WI – Dan Drain, AIA has re-joined Berners-Schober Associates (BSA) as an Architect in its Healthcare Studio after a hiatus of over 15 years. Dan has more than thirty years of experience in architecture, with extensive involvement in the design and construction of healthcare facilities. Aspiring to give his clients the space they envision while keeping projects under budget, his goal is to enable clients to provide first-class patient care through great architecture.

Since his previous time at Berners-Schober, Dan worked as an Architect for firms in Wisconsin, Nebraska, and Michigan, designing educational, commercial, municipal, healthcare, liturgical, and industrial projects.

Several members of the BSA team had worked with Dan during his previous time with the firm, including firm principals Dan Dallich, John Miller and Ian Griffiths. They all endorsed Dan for his efficiency in managing multiple aspects of a project and collaborative work style with all team members.

Dan is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Kansas State University.

Outside of his work as an architect, Dan enjoys fishing, sports, and spending time with his family. We would like you all to join us in welcoming Dan to Berners-Schober!

About Berners-Schober Associates, Inc.
Berners-Schober is a full-service architectural, engineering and interior design firm that has been in operation continuously since 1898. Their experience covers medical, educational, municipal, recreational, religious and commercial facilities. Berners-Schober’s professional composition and breadth of experience enables them to tackle projects of various sizes and complexity. The firm’s longevity shows the proven stability of the organization, and the ability of professional staff to address the needs of clients and their facilities. More information about Berners-Schober is available at

Berners-Schober since 1898