Kevin Dworak’s Story
For over twenty eight years Kevin has served as principal in charge, lead project manager, and project architect for small and large complex design projects. He is experienced in multiple scales of architectural design and construction and has delivered high end design and project management services to clients in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, Montana, South Carolina, Washington, and New York. His focus on design excellence, professional collaboration, and a keen awareness for client needs and expectations has led to successful projects throughout the United States.
Being skillful at representing ideas with pencil and paper as well as with AutoCAD, Revit, Vectorworks, Bluebeam, and Photoshop, Kevin is able to assist others in manifesting their dreams and visions of a better physical environment. Master at small and large scale design, detailing, construction documentation, and construction administration of residential, commercial, cultural, institutional, and civic building projects.
Kevin earned a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in Architecture from the State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Architecture and Planning where he also served as an instructor for both undergraduate and graduate design studios. For over seven years Kevin served as an architectural design studio instructor at the Catholic University of America, School of Architecture and Planning where his favorite course to teach was the junior third year studio in multi-unit housing. He has served as a guest design critic for architecture studios at Drexel University, School of Architecture and at the Philadelphia University, College of Architecture and the Built Environment.
Kevin continues to work on a personal ongoing urban research project entitled the City of Desire. In his free time, he is an active artist with a sketchbook always in hand, a painter in acrylics, a musician in guitar, a runner, a rower, and a father to two lovely daughters.