Ken Joseph came from an Architectural background with twenty years of progressive designing experience demonstrating strong organizational, conceptual design and communication skills while incorporating applicable codes and standards. He has expertise in the area of planning, designing, building technologies. He works well with vendors across private, and public sectors.
Ken graduated in 1996 from Andrews University in Berrien Springs Michigan with an Architectural Engineering degree.
Area of Expertise:
Proficient in: Revit 2017, AutoCAD R-2017, Micro-station, Adobe CS5 Acrobat, Photoshop, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Sketchup, Smart plant etc.
Memorable Project Story:
One of my memorable projects was helping to redesign the Path train station under the World Trade Center (World Trade Center Station) in lower Manhattan in New York City. I prepared designs and the technical drawings, charts, graphics and schematics for the analysis results of the Path Train Platform Alternatives proposal at the World Trade Center 9/11 site. This project was under the direction of the well-known Architect Santiago Calatrava which were opened on March 2016 with a price tag of $3.9 billion.
Understanding individual client’s objective, culture and values is the key to achieving excellence when designing for them.
When I’m not designing, I enjoy serving my community as a consumer advocate. I also server an executive secretary for the Men’s Ministry committee of my church.
Little Known Fact:
I enjoy reading case laws.