Duncan Pendlebury’s many years of experience working to serve the economic and design needs of clients will assure that new projects regardless of location or size will be cared for efficiently, effectively, and passionately. Mr.Pendlebury specializes in organizing project delivery and sustainability to best meet the highest professional standards as well as each client’s particular needs. His well-deserved reputation for delivering projects on time and on budget was earned over the course of a long career leading projects ranging from the world headquarters of a Middle East oil company to the new home for a local non-profit legal aid agency. Throughout his career, Mr. Pendlebury has guided each project with a rare degree of personal commitment and vision, managing even the largest projects with the care dedicated to an individual endeavor and giving equal attention to projects of smaller scope. 

Mr. Pendlebury became a founding member of solus4  after  working with Jung|Brannen Associates and TRO Jung|Brannen for 25 years, first as Director of Interior Design and Director of Marketing and then as President. His skills as a leader were rooted in the guiding philosophies of the firm but infused with a new energy and commitment to both clients and employees. Mr. Pendlebury has guest lectured at Harvard University and served on the Professional Curriculum Development Committee at Wentworth Institute. He was a charter member of Vision 2000, a group of twenty American architects put together by Ray Anderson to conduct annual workshops on sustainable strategies for buildings and systems. He is currently serving as Chairman of the Buildings and Facilities Committee and as Vice Chairman of the Planning Commission for Jamestown, Rhode Island where he resides. In addition, Mr. Pendlebury is a founding member of the Steering Committee for Climate Change and Sustainable Design for A BETTER CITY of Boston and the Healthcare Acquired Infection Foundation. Mr. Pendlebury is a Maine Licensed Architect.