MEMBER – AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF ARCHITECTURAL REGISTRATION BOARDS
Roger Brasel was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma and attended Oklahoma State University, receiving a degree in Architectural Studies in 1976. He met his future wife Nancy at OSU and they married in 1976. Roger and Nancy moved to Hawaii in the spring of 1977. Nancy is now the office manager and accountant for Hawaii Island Architects, LLC. Roger became a licensed architect in 1983 and is a member of the American Institute of Architects. He has developed a deep appreciation for Hawaiian architecture and has devoted his time to designing custom homes in the Hawaiian style. Roger is an avid golfer and plays the variety of courses available in the Islands. He and Nancy share a love for the outdoors and enjoy an active Hawaiian lifestyle.
Roger noticed the need for a water meter monitoring device after personally experiencing several undetected water leaks at his own home and in Architectural projects. It seemed possible and practical that a device could be created to remotely and practically monitor and shut off water flow. Roger created and applied for the patent for the Flow Sentinel and assembled the team to develop the product and make it a reality.