Since his graduation in 1992, Ken has worked on such notable projects as the Kansas Statehouse restoration, the Great Overland Station restoration, and the KU Baseball Stadium.
As the Topeka Public Schools’ Facilities Planner, he was responsible for the maintenance of 30 school facilities and oversaw the Topeka High auditorium restoration and ADA improvements.
Prior to joining SDG he was the Historic Sites Architect for the Kansas State Historical Society, responsible for restoration and maintenance of the 18 state-owned historic sites. In this role he also assisted owners of properties on the state or national register to determine the needs and plan of action for restoration and rehabilitation.
Ken has built musical sets at a local school, and he and his entire family volunteer for Topeka Civic Theater.
Ken grew up in a sports-oriented family and has always enjoyed working with a team. As a result, he believes that the end result is always better when multiple people can tackle (he played football, obviously) the problem at hand.
The family-friendly environment.
Sharp Honda Dealership
“Be slow to speak and quick to listen."
Wherever my wife is!
Volunteering at Topeka Civic Theatre, stained glass, woodworking, and repairing my old house.
Russia, to bring our daughter home.
Backstage crew for a Broadway show!