AIA, LEED AP
“A global design leader explores and integrates cutting-edge technology and artistically uses materials to create inspiring spaces that enhance the human experience while respecting climate, site, daylight, program, and budget.”
Craig leads design for the K-12 Education Studio in Overland Park. He works closely with school districts across the Midwest to design facilities that respond directly to the unique needs of each local community and student group, combining spatial design, technology, and pedagogy for an enhanced educational experience.
He is leading the Topeka Center for Advanced Learning and Careers prototype design for Topeka School District, a program that provides an innovative high school program created in partnership with businesses and industries, with concentrations in four strands: Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing, Bioscience & Biomedicine, Business Technology Solutions, and Human Services. The building design integrates real-world environments with the support of area employers providing professional mentors, which allows students to solve real problems and acquire high-demand skills.
Craig believes in contributing to local organizations and groups as a way to give back to his community. He is a past member of the Downtown Overland Park Partnership and Intern Urban Art House, and a current member of Overland Park South Rotary Club and the American Institute of Architects.