A designer in KCCT's international studio, Alexeus Nicol applies a quality-centric design approach and expertise in construction documentation to our most challenging government-sector projects. She is currently involved in the LEED certification of new office buildings for KCCT's 175,000 SF, 12-building New Consulate Compound in Casablanca, Morocco and, upon project completion, for the New Embassy Compound in Doha, Qatar. Alexeus's portfolio spans commercial and mixed-use facilities, renovations, and transportation enhancements, and she was actively involved in the design of a federal agency consolidation that was the recipient of a 2018 AIA Northern Virginia Design Award.
With an interest in architecture that originated from the study of old housing floorplan books, Alexeus began her career in architectural marketing before switching to delivery of primarily government office planning, case studies, and high-rise projects. She works with Maryland's Neighborhood Design Center, which provides free design services to underserved communities. She also participates in the AIA DC Chapter's Architecture in the Schools program, which affords DC public school students with architectural education and fosters involvement in design projects.
Years of Industry Experience
Bachelor of Science, Architecture, University of Maryland
Professional Licenses, Certifications, Memberships, and Associations
American Institute of Architects, Associate Member
Neighborhood Design Center, Volunteer
Architecture in the Schools