As Director of Pre-Development Services, Jon provides the ability to build consensus with stakeholder parties, find solutions between multiple practices, and seek outside of the box ideas to steer development.
The Penfield was envisioned as a transformational mixed-use project that would preserve the primary façade of the existing historic Saint Paul Public Safety Building, resulting in an underutilized block and stalled development becoming a success story by generating financial profit through a strong, Read more…
Susan will begin to rebuild our Education sector – both within K-12 and higher education – by translating BKV Group’s deep experience in collaboration, learning, and communal spaces into education design.
As a Platinum Sponsor at this year’s SDC in Illinois, BKV Group is an active contributor to the conference through networking events, presentation sessions, and releasing a new, client-focused film.
As Interior Design Director in the Chicago office, Kyle brings with him a remarkable design portfolio, an expansive breadth and depth of knowledge within multiple project types, and a studied approach to creating smart and captivating places where people can live, work, interact, and linger.
By joining the Chicago office, Chris will establish best practices for his architectural team members, integrate improved technologies into daily work flow, and conduct research into new, innovative building materials to incorporate into our projects.
Kelly Naylor, Partner, and Megan Van Beck, Senior Associate, were quoted in the March/April issue of Student Housing Business magazine about recent interior design trends that impact student housing residences. Naylor and Van Beck were sources for the article, “Maturing Style,” which described shifting tastes among Generation Z students.
Annually, #InternationalWomensDay encourages action, and to align with that message, BKVGroup asked select voices around our firm to describe a piece of literature that’s inspired or motivated them to improve themselves, or their world.
In a part of Minneapolis where few historically significant buildings still stand today, Millworks Lofts stands out as a unique historic adaptive reuse project which was just honored with a 2019 AIA Minnesota Preservation Award.
The high-rise, multi-family residence has an impactful urban presence with the design pulled back at the street edges to provide added space in the pedestrian realm, allowing green space to come forward, and creating a welcoming retail experience within Minneapolis’s emerging East Town neighborhood.