A native of St. Louis, Corey was drawn to the University of Kansas by their exceptional Master of Architecture program. Since joining SDG in 2016 he has worked on a variety of project types, from senior care facilities to significant retail developments. He is currently working towards his architectural license.
An artsy kid who was always drawing, Corey latched onto becoming an architect in the eighth grade, when he realized there was no future in comic strips. He enjoys the problem-solving aspect of his work, looking at a space and determining what goes where and why.
The new buildings for the Sunflower Foundation. It’s a really interesting project involving both significant new construction and renovation, with a lot of unique challenges.y
“Sometimes you have to work a little, so you can ball a lot.” -Tom Haverford
A chance to go ice skating.
You wouldn’t guess it now, but I used to run cross-country & track in high school, and trained for a spot on the team at KU before deciding to scrap it!