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1987-1992    University of Tennessee  -  Bachelor of Architecture (professional degree with thesis)

Kevin entered the University of Tennessee, College of Architecture, at a time when the college had just constructed a new, nationally award-winning facility.  This learning environment proved to be invigorating and fun, yet demanding.  His class commenced with almost 300 students, with only 77 students graduating.  Kevin graduated with cum laude honors and also received a national honor for his design, along with fellow student Darren Vickery, of A New South Pole Research Station, at the Amundsen-Scott Research Station, South Pole, Antarctica.  The project placed as Honorable Mention, in a national competition, held by the National Science Foundation.  Kevin's thesis project was a Sports Car Museum, located in Asheville, North Carolina.


Professional Architect
  • State of North Carolina

  • State of Maryland

  • State of Texas

NCARB - National Council of Architectural Registration Boards 
LEED - Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design 
Licensed General Contractor (commercial and residential)
  • State of North Carolina

Licensed Public Utility Contractor
  • State of North Carolina

Licensed Real Estate Broker
  • State of North Carolina


1998-2018     American Institute of Architects
  • National membership

  • North Carolina Chapter of the American Institute of Architects membership

  • Asheville Section of the American Institute of Architects membership


2001-2004   Officer - American Institute of Architects - Asheville Section
  • Served as President of the Asheville Section of AIA from 2003-2004

  • Served as President-Elect of the Asheville Section of AIA from 2002-2003

2002-2004   Member at Large - North Carolina Chapter of the AIA - Board of Directors
2001-2006   Board Member - The Irene Wortham Center for the Developmentally Disabled.
  • Served as Chairman of the Board from 2005-2006

  • Served as Vice Chairman of the Board from 2004-2005

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