Ken Hutchinson, AIA, LEED AP

Project Architect

Ken is a Project Architect at Rowell Brokaw and has extensive experience in managing complex projects. His ability to coordinate all aspects of the construction process is an asset to the firm. Ken has worked for architecture firms in Minnesota and Oregon on projects ranging in scope from steel-framed commercial to industrial and medical facilities.

Ken received his LEED accreditation in 2006 while employed with ZGF Partnership in Portland where he worked for seven years. Ken also worked for Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle in Minnesota as an architectural model builder. Since joining Rowell Brokaw in 2006, Ken managed the accreditation process for the LEED Gold certified Inkwell Building in Crescent Village and the design work for the LEED Platinum certified Arlie & Company Corporate Offices. Ken has worked on numerous lab projects at the University of Oregon, including the Nolen Prehoda Integrated Lab and the Huestis Zebrafish Facility Expansion. He also was a key member of the team for the Straub Hall Renovation and Classroom Expansion. Ken is currently working on Amazon Corner, a 5-story mixed-use building in South Eugene

Ken received a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Design from the University of Colorado and a Master's degree in Architecture from the University of Oregon.