Kevin joined PWWG in 1989 and became a Principal with the firm in 2004. During his tenure with the firm, Kevin served as President of the Pittsburgh chapter of AIA, taught design studios at Savannah College of Art and Design and Carnegie Mellon University and led design for over 80 projects spanning the breadth of the firm’s most prominent and award winning work in Higher Education, Multi-Family Housing, Civic and Cultural institutions and Adaptive Re-use markets throughout Pittsburgh neighborhoods and surrounding regions
Kevin established deep trust with PWWG clients in the commercial, academic, and non-profit sectors on designs for new construction and reuse. He demonstrated creative problem solving and decisive leadership in yielding high quality design. And he demonstrated how to arrive at inspiring, imaginative outcomes – balancing pragmatic concerns with aesthetics, and applying current and emerging best practices in building technology, project management, and sustainability. All of these attributes have established Kevin’s legacy and the foundation for the firm’s continued growth and how PWWG operates into the future.
Kevin retired at the end of 2022, and resides with his wife, Mary, in Pittsburgh. They look forward to spending more time together, more time with family, and more time outside in the mountains and on the water here and abroad.
University of Virginia
American Institute of Architects; LEED Accredited Professional; AIA Pittsburgh Board of Directors (2007-2012), President (2010); Chairman, Urban Design Committee (1994-1996); Carnegie Mellon University Adjunct Assistant Professor, 2009-2011
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