Since joining KSP more than two decades ago, Jamie has built enduring relationships with his clients, colleagues, and other project partners.
Honest and forthright, he is an exceptional communicator who approaches his work with pragmatism and an unwavering commitment to bridging competing interests. Clients always know he has their best interests in mind.
Jamie’s impeccable organizational skills and attention to detail equip him to effectively manage complex projects simultaneously. Over the course of his KSP career, he’s worked on some of the firm’s most challenging and sensitive assignments. From corporate to complex embassy projects, his portfolio is diverse, including Herman Miller Main Site — Building C1, U.S. Embassy — Dhaka, Shure Inc. — Great Hall, and A Safe Haven (previously CCIL).
In addition to the architectural projects Jamie manages, he is actively engaged in the operations of the design studio and oversees the management of KSP’s security program for compliance with government contract requirements.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Washington and a master’s degree in architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.