Chuck Munson's interest in public architecture and technically complex projects drew him to KCCT, where he has worked for several years in the government, transportation, and commercial sectors. He works in a project support capacity with an emphasis on specifications, while also performing technical design tasks for multiple building types, reviewing project submittals, and coordinating with engineering and specialty disciplines. His portfolio includes KCCT's most public-facing historical renovation efforts, including the modernization of the Federal Reserve Board's Martin Building and the Grant Memorial Conservation and Union Square Rehabilitation.
Chuck received his Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Tech. A descendant of two passengers of the Mayflower, he is a history and genealogy buff who enjoys collecting stamps and coins. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, and watching classic movies.
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Bachelor of Architecture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
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