Stephen Vlach leverages his expertise in multi-family housing, historic preservation, and US government and diplomatic facilities on KCCT's most complex, challenging integrated design and fast-track design-build delivery projects. His focus includes architecture, interior design, historic preservation, programming, master planning, and construction administration. Working in both the public and private sectors, Stephen's portfolio ranges from large-scale urban installations to small renovations, and he has led teams in the design and construction of more than a dozen of KCCT's US embassy projects around the globe.
Currently directing a studio specializing in the design of new large-scale projects, Stephen's ongoing projects on the boards include the New Consulate Compound in Casablanca, Morocco and the US Embassy in New Delhi, India. Recent projects include the US embassies and consulates in Monterrey, Mexico; Bucharest, Romania; Port-au-Prince, Haiti; and Astana, Kazakhstan. Stephen is responsible for facilitating KCCT's collaboration with several significant design-build partners, and continues to direct projects in the diplomatic, military, and intelligence communities.
In addition to his design management responsibilities, Stephen serves as KCCT's Facility Security Officer, where he coordinates the activities of six staff positions within the company. He also tracks the expanding role of BIM and oversees its integration into KCCT models. Originally from Omaha, NE, Stephen earned his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Nebraska and his Master of Architecture from Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD.
Years of Industry Experience
Master of Architecture, Morgan State University
Bachelor of Science, Architecture, University of Nebraska
Professional Licenses, Certifications, Memberships, and Associations
American Institute of Architects