KTGY Architecture + Planning Names Urban Planner and Architect Michael K. Medick as Principal
May 12, 2016
TYSONS, VA – International award-winning firm KTGY Architecture + Planning has added esteemed urban planner and architect Michael K. Medick as principal in the company’s Tysons office. Medick has served as a leader guiding the design and implementation of a wide variety of complex high-profile projects throughout the United States. Medick most recently served as the market leader for land planning with a national architecture and planning firm.
“As a registered architect and urban planner, Michael Medick brings extensive experience in real estate development, community design and revitalization of cities, buildings, campuses and neighborhoods,” said Rohit Anand, AIA, NCARB and managing principal in KTGY’s Tysons office. “He is a creative thinker and problem solver with design experience that spans all segments of the real estate industry, including single-family, multi-family, mixed-use development, campus planning and housing, military base housing, retail, commercial, traditional neighborhood development, transit-oriented development and community design guidelines. His thoughtful designs create value for both clients and communities.”
“I have always admired KTGY’s creative work and reputation for establishing industry trends,” said Medick. “I’m thrilled to be a part of this award-winning international architecture and planning firm, and look forward to playing an important role in the growth of the company and strengthening KTGY’s services on the East Coast.”
Medick has served as chairman of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Housing Committee and a member of AIA’s Livable Communities Committee; president of the University of Maryland School of Architecture Alumni Association and a member of the Alumni Board of Directors; and, most recently, the Baton Rouge Growth Coalition Board of Directors and the USGBC – Louisiana Chapter Board of Directors. Medick currently serves as a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Residential Neighborhood Development Council.