James Dudney, AIA, is an Associate at KCCT. At an early age, James gained inspiration from the Ancient Roman, Greek, and Egyptian ruins, which inspired him to pursue a career in Architecture. With more than 30 years of experience, he specializes in government, commercial, and educational facilities. James leads KCCT’s most complex projects for our government projects, including State/OBO, the Architect of the Capitol, and the General Services Administration. James’s commitment to sustainability and preservation of the built environment extends to his participation in civic engagement organizations. He currently serves as Vice President of the Dupont Circle Conservancy, an all-volunteer, membership-based educational nonprofit that promotes the historic and architectural character of Dupont Circle and nearby areas of Washington, DC.
In James’ free time, he enjoys participating in neighborhood organizations that strive to maintain and improve the quality of living.
What made you want to be an Architect/Associate?
I was inspired by the Ancient Roman, Greek, and Egyptian ruins at an early age.
What project are you most proud of at KCCT? Why?
The New Embassy Compound in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea because it features a very sophisticated level of design and ingenuity.
What is your most-used productivity hack?
I try my best to organize my work amidst the curve balls thrown at me.
What do you like to do in your free time? Or hobbies?
I enjoy participating in neighborhood organizations that strive to maintain and improve the quality of living.
What is the most important bit of information about you that you would want a client to know?
Ensuring high-quality service is my main objective.
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