Dan Lavoie began his tenure with KCCT as an intern in 2002. As our most recently appointed Associate, he now serves as a project manager in KCCT's international studio, where he provides architectural design services for rehabilitation/renovation and new construction projects for US embassies and associated tenants. A subject matter expert in embassy design protocols, including standard and new embassy construction, he has led more than 14 embassy projects in highly sensitive areas around the globe. Dan's knowledge of our clients' program and design criteria, combined with his technical knowledge of Building Information Modeling (BIM), afford him unique insight into rapid space planning and development, as well as design alternatives testing. He excels in an integrated design environment that enables him to utilize BIM to present issues and solve problems in real time.
Dan earned a Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Architecture from The Catholic University of America. Although most of his free time is spent with his daughter, Dan is a foreign travel aficionado and sports enthusiast who organizes and leads KCCT's softball and volleyball teams.
Years of Industry Experience
Master of Architecture, The Catholic University of America
Bachelor of Architecture, The Catholic University of America
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