michael kolodzy, aia, leed ap
Project manager


Clients rely on Michael’s depth of knowledge and determination to keep the glass half full. By thinking through all of the “what ifs,” he is always prepared to tackle unforeseen situations and point to a positive direction for success.

Michael approaches complex problems analytically, from dealing with site issues to changing building codes, from accessibility questions to constructability challenges. An expert in moisture analysis, he frequently conducts hygrothermal studies for firm-wide projects. His work focuses on workforce and market-rate multifamily housing as well as mixed-use, student housing. Notably, a recent purpose-built student project pre-leased six months before completion. He also worked on Kirkwood Station, an urban in-fill development, which received a Development of Excellence Award from the Atlanta chapter of the Urban Land Institute, and Olmsted, a mixed-used project in Chamblee, Georgia, that earned the Pillars of the Industry Award from the National Association of Home Builders.

He has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Master of Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Michael spearheads the firm’s Technical Advisory Council, which focuses on the quality and delivery of NBA’s technical services with the goal of achieving industry recognition as “Best in Class.”