Washington, DC (February 2016) KCCT is pleased to announce the promotions, certifications and new hires of the following staff members:
Brian Talty, AIA, LEED AP
Jiang Wu, AIA, PMP, LEED AP
Daniel Lavoie, RA
PROMOTED TO ASSOCIATE
Brian Talty, AIA was promoted to Associate. Brian is a Project Manager with over 19 years of experience and has been with the firm for the past seven years. Brian has served as Project Manager and Project Architect on a wide range of projects while at KCCT. For the last five years he has been the Project Manager on the Potomac Annex/ Navy Hill Feasibility Study and Building Renovation projects in Washington, DC. His other projects include U.S. Embassies in Serbia, Papua New Guinea, Spain, Belarus, Bangladesh, Eritrea, Mexico, Poland, and France.
Jiang Wu, AIA, LEED AP BD C is a member of the AIA DC Emerging Architects Committee (EAC), and an organizer for their upcoming Resume & Portfolio Workshop. The workshop provides an opportunity to hear remarks from two local architects followed by one-on-one or small group critiques of attendee resumes and portfolios. Additional committee activities are planned throughout 2016. At KCCT, Jiang chairs the Design Collaborative Committee which sponsors learning opportunities for KCCT staff.
Daniel Lavoie, RA recently became a licensed Architect. Daniel is a Senior Designer with over 13 years of experience in all aspects of architectural practice. While at KCCT, Dan has worked on regional projects as well as projects in Afghanistan, Colombia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, and Morocco.
Washington DC based KCCT is a multi-disciplinary design firm focused on planning, architecture, and interior design in urban environments. The firm’s unique practice features a regional portfolio of prominent new development, renovations and infrastructure in Washington’s Federal Core, and an international component including fourteen new US Diplomatic facilities and worldwide projects in more than 160 cities.