Daniel J. Butko
University of Florida
Master of Architecture
University of Florida
BS, Architectural Design
Associate Director of the Division of Architecture, tenured Associate Professor and Division Curriculum Coordinator Daniel Butko regularly teaches 2nd and 4th year design studios, materials and sustainable technology courses, an upper division architectural acoustics elective and design-build opportunities. His community-engaged research focuses on materials, sustainability and acoustics with numerous awarded university, private and industry partnerships as well as government grants. Publications and paper presentations include collaborative efforts within national and international conferences and journals, including ACSA and ASA.
Daniel’s professional experience spans over 27 years in all phases of design, client management, consultant collaboration, acoustical expertise and construction administration with Populous, JE Dunn, Russ Berger Design Group and private consulting practices. He was the architect of the $7+ million 2018 completed home for Dallas City News in Fair Park. Notable awards include the College of Architecture 2015 Outstanding Educator Award, the 2012 EPA P3 Award (sustainability in design and construction), the 2005 Robert Bradford Newman Medal (architectural acoustics), and the 1993 Walt Disney Dreamers and Doers Award (creativity and constancy).
“Analogous to the construction process of each piece building upon the next, architectural education and practice encompass a multifaceted process of codependent components.”
LEED Accredited Professional, Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design. (July 2007-Present).
Registered Architect- State of Oklahoma, State of Oklahoma. (July 2, 2010-June 30, 2019).
NCARB certified, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. (February 2006-November 30, 2018).
Committee on Architectural Acoustics and Newman Fund Advisory Board, Acoustical Society of America. (2008-Present).
National Council of Architectural Review Boards. (2007-Present).
American Institute of Architects. (2005-Present).
Registered Architect- State of Texas, State of Texas. (December 6, 2013-October 31, 2018).
Registered Architect- State of Kansas, State of Kansas. (July 6, 2007-June 30, 2018).
Registered Architect- State of Georgia, State of Georgia. (October 8, 2015-June 30, 2017).
Shadravan, S., Reyes, M. D., Butko, D. J., Holliday, L. M., Hines, K. R., Huizar, J. “Sustainability of Compressed Earth Block Construction: Comparative Analysis of Compressed Stabilized Earth Block and Traditional Wood Framed Single Family Residences.” AEI ASCE, pp. 368–374.
Holliday, L. M., Ramseyer, C., Reyes, M. D., Butko, D. J. (2016). “Building with Compressed Earth Block within the Building Code.” ASCE Journal of Architectural Engineering, Vol.22, No. 30, 04016007-1 – 04016007-13.
Butko, D., Holliday, L., Reyes, M., Birney, J., Randorff, J. (2015). “Comparing the acoustical nature of a compressed earth block (CEB) residence to a traditional wood framed residence.” Acoustical Society of America, Vol. 22, No. 1, 1-19.
OU College of Architecture 2015 Outstanding Educator Award, OU CoA. (September 25, 2015).
Christopher C. Gibbs Architectural Research Fellowship
Classes taught at OU
Featured Contracts, Grants, and Sponsored Research
Butko, D. J., “In-kind donation grant from Coreslab Structures-Acoustics Research,” Sponsored by Coreslab Structures, Inc., Private, $20,000.00. (January 2018-Present).
Butko, D. J., “Adaptive Interactive Acoustics: investigating acoustically-minded architecture totransform adverse multiuse spaces into healthy learning environments,” Sponsored by OU Research Council- Faculty Investment Program, The University of Oklahoma, $14,942.00. (May 16, 2017-Present).