Brandon McCullough

Brandon McCullough, Council Member

COUNCIL MEMBER

Cell:  (248) 756-4842
City Hall Phone: (734) 466-2252

Email Brandon McCullough

COUNCIL EXPERIENCE

  • Elected to a four-year term from January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2023

CURRENT COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS 
(through December 31, 2021)

  • Chair of the Education and Law Committee 
  • Vice-Chair of the Public Safety, Health and Environment Committee 
  • Member of the Economic Development and Strategic Planning and Technology Committee 

EDUCATION

  • Construction Engineering Technology, Lawrence Technological University

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • City of Novi, Facilities Manager (2012 – Present)
  • Habitat for Humanity, Director of Construction (2008 – 2012)

CERTIFICATIONS

  • Certified Facilities Manager
  • USGBC LEED Green Associate
  • Michigan Residential Builders License
  • Energy Star Partner.
  • Member of the United States Green Building Council
  • EPA Lead-Based Paint Renovators License
  • EPA HVAC Universal Certified
  • Member of Michigan Greenbuilt
  • Green Advantage Certified Practitioner

AWARDS

  • 2018 Novi Police Civilian Commendation Award
  • 2018 MML Green Communities Challenge Gold (City of Novi)
  • 2017 MML Green Communities Challenge Gold (City of Novi)
  • 2016 IFMA Facilities Manager of the Year
  • 2015 City of Novi Employee of the Year
  • 2013 International Facility Management Association (IFMA) Facility Achievement Award
  • 2013 Michigan Green Communities Challenge Silver Award (City of Novi)
  • 2012 Michigan Green Communities Challenge Bronze Award (City of Novi)
  • 2011 “Project of the Year” by the USGBC Detroit Chapter
  • 2011 Managed Metro Detroit’s first “Gut Rehab” LEED Platinum project

PERSONAL

I spent my childhood roaming the streets of South Livonia on my 1992 GT Mach One BMX. I was a regular at Wonderland Mall, Cutting Corner, Daly, Bread Basket, Senate Coney Island and too many more to name. I attended elementary school at Cleveland, middle school at Emerson and high school at Franklin.

During my days at Franklin, I was blessed to meet my beautiful wife Kacie, who to this day claims the only reason she agreed to go on a date was that I was the captain of the Franklin Hockey team. She is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University with a degree in Special Education. She loved the education she received from Livonia Public Schools so much she joined the team and is teaching at our alma mater, Franklin High School, in the resource room. Following my incredible Livonia Public Schools education, I attended Lawrence Tech and obtained a degree in Construction Engineering and graduated with honors.

My professional career really took off in 2008 when I served as the Director of Construction for Habitat for Humanity. During my employment, our affiliate renovated and built over 65 homes across Macomb County providing safe housing for many deserving families. My biggest accomplishment at Habitat was leading a project to create Macomb County’s first LEED for Homes Platinum certified project.

Currently, I serve as the Facilities Manager for the City of Novi with the overall management of Novi’s award-winning Facilities Management Division. This division is tasked with the day to day operation of all the city’s facilities and grounds. On top of these responsibilities, I also act as the City of Novi’s owner’s representative on capital projects including the ongoing Department of Public Work expansion project. Lastly, I have trail blazed many of the sustainable initiatives that include LED lighting retrofits, HVAC upgrades, solar projects and promoted stormwater management through the installation of rain gardens. These efforts have contributed to the City of Novi’s Gold Status through the Michigan Municipal League for the last two years.

My wife and I purchased our family home in Burton Hollow Estates in 2009 and in 2014 we welcomed our one of a kind daughter Harper (Harps) Rose. We are convinced that she will be both the Captain of the USA Women’s Olympic Hockey team and the President of the United States. In the fall, she will begin the journey by starting kindergarten in the same classrooms her proud parents did so many years ago!