Kevin has over 17 years’ experience as a project architect and laboratory and vivarium planner for science and technology based buildings. Kevin is passionate about sustainable laboratory design and is actively engaged in providing creative solutions to reduce the impact of science and technology facilities on the environment, while providing an enhanced workplace. A founding member of the International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories (I2SL) Philadelphia chapter, Kevin is absolutely passionate about sustainable laboratory design and is actively engaged in providing creative solutions to reduce environmental impact of science and technology facilities, while providing an enhanced workplace. Kevin has presented various times at the I2SL Annual Conference, and he has completed architectural support for eight different National Institute of Health (NIH) grant applications under the Reinvestment and Recovery Act for such institutions as Duke University and New York Medical College. A graduate of Pennsylvania State University, Kevin is a registered architect in New York and is a LEED Accredited Professional.