29. April 2014 11:18
Graham Post has joined KA as Senior Design Architect. In his role, he strives to create exceptional environments for his clients, designing spaces that are inspired while meeting the clients’ needs and vision. He collaborates directly with clients and oversees projects from the earliest design phases through construction.
“We are pleased to welcome Post to the KA team,” says Executive Vice President, Craig Wasserman. “His design sense coupled with technical expertise helps bridge the gap between concept and execution. This balance benefits our clients and positively impacts the firm.”
Bringing more than 14 years of design experience, Graham has worked on numerous nation-wide tenant improvements, specialty retail branding, and restaurants, as well as commercial office developments, several of which have produced recognition.
A graduate of the University of Oregon’s School of Architecture and Allied Arts, Post earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree. He holds an NCARB certificate and is a registered architect in the California and Texas.
2014-04-29 KA Bolsters Design Studio with Addition of Graham Post.pdf (191.49 kb)
7. April 2014 09:20
Aside from our day-to-day activities of serving our clients, the ka staff knows how to have a little fun. Throughout the year, we partake in office-wide traditions hosted by our Board of Directors. Below are some of the highlights from this quarter.
March Madness - Each year, the ka staff gathers at a local gym before work to participate in some hoops action, accompanied by a company-wide breakfast and team selections for the firm’s NCAA tournament bracket. While it’s safe to say our staff will not be foraying into the basketball profession anytime soon, the entertaining displays of basketball prowess and spirit of competition fuel a morning of camaraderie.
CANstruction - Five associates at ka were selected to represent the firm at the 2014 CANstruction, a design and build competition benefitting the local food bank. Charged with a theme of “Route 66: American Landmarks,” the ka team designed a structure comprised of 2,100 cans that represented a Cadillac driving down the iconic Route 66 highway. In addition to making a donation valued at $2,500, ka also took home the award for “Best Meal,” recognizing the team which used the most nutritious can donations.
ka Putt-Putt Challenge - Equipped with a golf putter made of a sample block, ruler and drafting tape, ka’s staff participated in the annual in-house putting challenge. Conditions were fair this year, with just a light (air conditioned) breeze on the “greens” of our carpeted hallways as golf balls were maneuvered around the conference table, under the staircase and toward the cup.