Kris Jeske, AIA, LEED AP
“I’m delighted to work with this amazing group of talented, caring professionals on one of the most important jobs there is: to inspire and empower others. I believe architecture can have a profound influence on communities and especially on our children. Done well, it can send a message that tells them they’re valued. Once this fundamental need is met, kids (and adults) are more likely to dream, to learn, and to achieve to their full potential.”
Kris approaches design by looking at an issue from the owner’s perspective to understand not only the “what,” but more importantly the “why.” Deeply understanding a situation before solutions are proposed leads to an authentic and successful outcome. This approach coupled with an unwavering quest for project success combines to create a powerful client advocate through all stages of a project. Along with his passion for K-12 education and a profound respect for the youth of our communities, Kris applies his project management skills to work with administrators, educators, and communities across many school districts. He is a graduate of Washington State University and enjoyed the opportunity to study abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark.