Enrique Bellini draws upon more than 40 years of design experience in all phases of architecture with special expertise in historic preservation of civic projects for government and institutional clients. His broad KCCT portfolio comprises modernizations, restorations, adaptive reuse and new structures of a wide variety of building types including offices, libraries, museums, auditoriums, and public monuments. Among his clients are some of the most notable federal agencies and institutions in the region including the Department of State, Architect of the Capitol, General Services Administration (GSA), Federal Reserve, FBI, Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and the Organization of American States.
Mr. Bellini is widely recognized for his expertise in designing civic projects for federal agencies and institutions respective to architecture and adaptable workspaces, and for the design and modernization of monumental buildings and historic structures. His creative solutions to planning and modernization projects of various sizes stems from his desire to understand the operations of complex agencies, and the capacity to communicate with multiple stakeholders to create productive and stimulating environments. Mr. Bellini has an excellent record of success in preparing documentation for approvals by various Washington, DC authorities and review agencies including the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, Commission of Fine Arts, National Capital Planning Commission, and local State Historic Preservation Offices.
Mr. Bellini’s work has received multiple design awards including three GSA Design Excellence awards for the William Jefferson Clinton Building Façade Completion, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Building Façades and the National Building, and three design awards from the American Institute of Architects (AIA).