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We are pleased to announce that Brandon David, LEED AP, Assoc. AIA, has become a Co-Owner in Skycastle and additionally has been named a Principal of Rodwin Architecture.  He has earned this through his dedication to his clients, the integrity with which he does business, and the quality he instills in all his projects.  Brandon has been with the firm for 14 years and was instrumental in creating every aspect of how we do business.  He has been the steady hand on the helm running all of our day-to day operations, as well as guiding our long-term vision and leading our amazing team.  Brandon is an expert in sustainable design and has been recognized nationally as one of Builder Magazine’s Top 40 Under 40. Some of his notable projects include the Boulder Area Realtor Association Offices, Japango Sushi, Tara Waldorf High School, Montbell’s new Denver flagship store, and Uniquely Cats Veterinary Clinic, as well as numerous award-winning green homes. He has over 20 years of construction experience and a Degree in Environmental Design from CU; this gives him the rare balance of design & construction skills that is necessary to create Skycastle’s extraordinary projects.


How Do You Work With A Builder?

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You’ve probably heard the horror stories from friends at a party as they tell you about their construction project headaches: Budgets blown. Schedules shot. Questionable quality. And lawsuits. Oh, the joy of building. Sometimes it sounds like the only thing worse would be trying to do it yourself. But there are plenty of success stories too – they just don’t make for as good a story. Here’s what you need to know to improve your chances for a happy outcome.

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Scott Rodwin honored by AIA for Community Service by an Architect

Principal Scott Rodwin was recently presented with the award for ‘Community Service by an Architect’, by AIA Colorado North Chapter for his work co-founding the successful Boulder Green Home Tour, an event of the Colorado Green Building Guild that raised money and awareness for Habitat for Humanity.  Check out and be sure to go on the next tour this fall.


Our first “Regenerative” home, Farmhouse was on last year’s green home tour.  It produces more energy than it consumes which means that the owners get a big check from Xcel every month (and free energy for their EV car). Farmhouse achieved a HERS negative-8 rating, Energy Star v.3.0 and a LEED Platinum Certification.  It’s sunny, open, functional floorplan connects on all sides to the permaculture landscape for true indoor/outdoor living, and embodies the owners’ desire to tread lightly on the earth.  Detailed wood craftsmanship throughout the home reflects the owner’s love of Mission style furniture. The home was elegantly tailored to the owners’ needs while simultaneously achieving an extraordinary level of sustainability. See it featured in

Brandon - 10 Years!

Meet Brandon David, AIA Assoc., LEED AP.  We are celebrating the 10th work anniversary of our VP of Design/Build at Rodwin/Skycastle.  In addition to a Bachelor of Architecture from C.U. and a decade of design experience, he also brings 20 years of construction expertise to every project.  Brandon and his wife Ranee live here in Boulder, and are the proud parents of three (2 new twins!).  Brandon works with impeccable integrity, responsibility, attention to detail, and a positive can-do attitude that creates the highest quality building and experience for our clients.  Brandon is in charge of our design/build work, and his extraordinary skill and efforts have been recognized by Professional Builder Magazine which listed him among the 40 Under 40 Best in the Nation!  We feel very lucky to have him leading our team.


“Brandon is the most amazing General Contractor. We could not have done it without his amazing orchestration and effort!”

-Dr. Michael and Paula Bentz

Scott Rodwin awarded for Community Service by an Architect

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Principal Scott Rodwin was also recently honored by AIA Colorado North Chapter for ‘Community Service by an Architect’, for his work co-founding the successful Boulder Green Home Tour, an event of the Colorado Green Building Guild that raised money and awareness for Habitat for Humanity.  Check out and be sure to go on the tour this Sept. 24th!