Daniel Matoba, AIA, LEED AP
Daniel is a technical wizard
Looking to get out of the urban jungle that is Los Angeles, Daniel and his family moved out to Denver to be closer to the mountains and to find a better balance between work and family. Daniel believes architecture is a blend including all of the technical natures of getting a design constructed, while still achieving good aesthetics and high user functionality. He enjoys problem-solving as well as the new challenges that come with every project. When he isn’t at BRS, he can be easily found cruising down a remote back road looking for a great fishing spot, a random National Park Site, or a peaceful place to break out his camping chair to enjoy some well-deserved solitude.
University of California
Master of Architecture
California State Polytechnical University
Bachelor of Architecture
2021 Colorado Parks and Recreation Annual Conference, "Innovation Lab - How to Maximize Participation" with Jenna Katsaros
2019 Parks Planning & Maintenance Association, “Just Gimmie a Number” with Mick Massey
2018 Arizona Parks & Rec Association, “Turn your rec center into a tech center”
May 2018 Recreation Management Magazine, “The Changing Face of Recreation” by Rick Dandes.
2016 Colorado Parks & Recreation Emerging Leader’s Network, “Windsor Rec Center, A Case Study”
Idaho Outdoor Fieldhouse
Northglenn Recreation Center, Senior Center & Theatre
Larkspur Community Center
The Beacon Recreation Center
Ultimate Dream Vacation
A cross country road trip from Florida to Alaska
Fly fishing, camping, and road trips!
Favorite Sports Team
L.A. Lakers, hands down
Picking up and moving from Los Angeles to Denver