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Brad Hewlett

Brad has spent well over three decades in the Openings Industry, working in various disciplines including Conventional Hardware, Electronic Hardware, and Hollow Metal and Wood Doors. Brad also specializes in Specification Writing, System Design, Project Management, and Project Troubleshooting.

Brad’s involvement with the Door and Hardware Institute began in 1990. Since then his roles with DHI have included Chapter President, Positions on both the National and International Committees, and teaching at industry schools in the United States and Canada while designing new courses and testing procedures and delivery methods.


Some notable projects Brad has worked on include: The Supreme Court of Canada-Security Upgrade, Foreign Affairs Building-Retrofit, The National Gallery of Canada, The Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre, Montfort Hospital Veterans Wing, Toronto Pearson International Airport, and Ottawa International Airport.

Kelley Culp-Burton

Kelley is a licensed architect and construction professional with over 30 years of experience in all facets of the design and construction industries. Kelley has an exceptional track record of advancing multimillion dollar projects from initial design conception, through project completion while maintaining project budgets and timelines. Kelley’s areas of expertise include Education (Preschool-College), Government/Civic, Corporate/Commercial, Healthcare, and Historic Preservation.

Kelley’s involvement with the Door Hardware Institute began in 2011, when she sought to deepen her knowledge of the architectural hardware industry and meet client needs through an architectural lens. 

Kelley Culp-Burton
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