A designer in KCCT's domestic studio, Colin specializes in Department of State projects that span new embassy compounds abroad and historic renovations in Washington, DC. He has applied his expertise in government, commercial, and residential sectors to some of KCCT's most complex projects, including the New Embassy Compound in New Delhi, India; a compound security upgrade effort in Dhaka, Bangladesh; the multi-phase, full-service historic renovation of the Potomac Annex and Navy Hill Campus in Washington, DC; and a new building prototype design for the Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center campus in Bluemont, VA. He is currently working on the design of the 220,000 SF New Australian Embassy in downtown Washington, DC.
Colin liaises directly with our clients on technical and design solutions, and works closely with project managers to execute project plans. He participates in the conceptual design process and provides comprehensive support throughout the project's lifespan. He coordinates with the project manager to directly supervise the KCCT team's design and technical delivery, and develops and represents lead technical viewpoints on each of his projects. Colin communicates with execute leadership to facilitate appropriate technical solutions and product strategies. Additionally, as a Building Information Modeling (BIM) lead, he provides high-level BIM support throughout his studio and coordinates with client BIM teams to generate technical support and insights.
Originally from Massachusetts, Colin received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Planning from The Catholic University of America and is a certified member of the Social, Economic, and Environmental Design (SEED) Program. In his free time, he is an avid bicyclist, golfer, and New England Patriots fan.
Years of Industry Experience
Bachelor of Science, Architecture and Planning, The Catholic University of America
Professional Licenses, Certifications, Memberships, and Associations
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
Social Economic Environmental Design