New principals appointed at Helix Architecture + Design
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Kansas City, MO- Helix Architecture + Design proudly announces the appointment of two new Principals, Kristine Sutherlin and Brad Kingsley. As firm leaders, they will be directing new initiatives within the company.
Kristine Sutherlin, AIA, LEED AP has been leading project management initiatives within Helix. Her contributions include the successful repositioning of the Richard D. Bolling Federal Building in downtown Kansas City for the General Services Administration. Kristine’s work on this $250 million project received national recognition for Design Excellence from GSA, serving now as the ‘model’ for other mid-century federal office building renovations underway throughout the country. She is an active member of the American Institute of Architects serving on the local steering committee for AIA’s Pillar’s Leadership Program and the board of directors for the Architectural Foundation.
Brad Kingsley AIA has been leading the design initiatives at Helix. An award-winning architect, he was trained by the some of the world’s best architectural firms, including Skidmore Owings & Merrill and Thomas Phifer and Partners located in New York. He is a graduate of Kansas State University’s School of Architecture and holds a master’s degree in Urban Design from Columbia University. He is an active member of the American Institute of Architects and serves on Kansas City’s Downtown Council Tactical Urbanism Steering Committee.
Founded in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1992, Helix Architecture + Design is an integrated architecture and design firm that focuses on the culture of organizations and institutions it serves. It offers services from pre-design through construction administration.
More information can be found at the following web address: http://www.helixkc.com/blog/
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