Kevin’s obsession lies in the details. Piecing together the puzzle of architecture is what gets his creative juices flowing. Whether it is creating the most functional and efficient plan or keeping the rain out, Kevin is always looking for ways to improve the status quo. When it comes to design, Kevin is a firm believer in – crossing the line’s. He feels that it is his responsibility to push his clients beyond what they want in order to truly understand what they need. As a lead technical architect, he works across not only the architectural department but also closely with other disciplines to develop a project. Kevin’s mantra is to – Turn the Corner’. To him, architecture is not only 3-dimensional, requiring study from all angles, but also adds the 4th dimension of time in order to be successful and sustainable. Throughout his career, Kevin has worked on a wide variety of projects but has mostly been involved in the Higher Education market. He loves the variety of project types associated with this market that make every day a new and exciting challenge. A true collaborator, Kevin has worked successfully with partners across the country and around the world leaving his ego at the door and learning from all interactions. Kevin feels a duty to help mentor the young professionals entering the practice and has been an active participant in the AIA Michigan Mentoring program for many years. Outside the office, Kevin is an avid archer sitting on the board of directors for the Detroit Archers and photographer of pretty much anything but people, but especially architecture and nature. He devotes much of his free time to his two children knowing all too well that it won’t be too long before they leave the nest.


Bachelor of Science, Architecture
Lawrence Technological University

Bachelor of Architecture
Lawrence Technological University

Professional Registration

Licensed Architect, Michigan

LEED Accredited Professional, Building Design + Construction

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Architects (AIA)