Kenneth W. LaGreca, P.E.,
Architect President, Mountain Design Group, L.L.C.
Bachelor of Science - Architecture (Structures Option)
Texas Tech University - 1979
Masters of Science - Civil Engineering (Structures Option)
Texas Tech University - 1980
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE :
Skidmore, Owings and Merrill ( Denver ) - 1980 to 1987
Structural Consultants, Inc. ( Denver ) - 1987 to 1992
Mountain Design Group - 1992 to present
PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION :
Colorado Professional Engineer #22266
Colorado Licensed Architect #202446
MAJOR WORK EXPERIENCE PRIOR TO MOUNTAIN DESIGN GROUP:
Arvada High School Project Engineer for the classroom wing addition to this public high school in Arvada , Colorado .
University of Pakistan Design Engineer on the 12-building campus for this university in Northwest Frontier Province , Peshwar , Pakistan
Denver National Bank Design Engineer for this 33-story office building and 4-story parking structure in downtown Denver .
Republic Plaza Assistant Project Engineer for this 1.25 million square foot 56-story office building and retail pavilion. I have been in charge of the structural engineering of over 50 tenant modifications to this building since its completion.
Oxford Phoenix Tower II Project Engineer for this 27-story office building in Phoenix , Arizona .
Colorado Center Project Engineer for the 12- and 4-story office buildings and 7-story parking structure.
Palmer Center Project Manager for this 75 million dollar mixed-use project which includes a 16-story office tower, retail pavilions, convention center, a 2-story addition on top of an existing 12-story hotel, and a 2-story retail arcade addition on top of an existing parking structure in downtown Colorado Springs , Colorado .
Kaiser-Permanente Franklin Medical Center Project Manager for this 23 million dollar 4-story medical office building and a parking structure for 1250 cars.
U.S. Olympic Training Center Project Manager for this 24 million dollar facility which includes a gym, aquatic center, dining/administration facility, and housing for the U.S. Olympic Committee in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Mountain Design Group