Associate James C. Dudney serves as Project Manager for a variety of projects at KCCT. He has over 30 years of professional practice experience on a variety of government, commercial, educational and residential projects, many with an emphasis on historic preservation. James focuses on assignments for the U.S. government including the Department of State/OBO, Architect of the Capitol, and the General Services Administration. Some of James’ notable projects include the New Embassy Compound in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea; New USAID Annex Office Building in Accra, Ghana; conservation of the Grant Memorial and the U.S. Botanic Garden; the U.S. Embassy Master Plan, Niamey, Niger and two Department of State perimeter security projects that enhance the pedestrian experience in the public realm adjacent to the Main State Building.
In addition to his project management role Jim manages KCCT’s construction phase design support effort providing home office based project administration to multiple foreign and domestic projects.
Jim is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame where he received his Bachelor of Architecture. He enjoys skiing, photography, travel, and actively participating in community organizations that promote both civic interests and preservation of the built environment.