Kevin Bridgman

Principal, OAA, MRAIC

Since joining KPMB in 1996, Kevin Bridgman has made significant contributions to the design and development of some of the studio’s most recognized projects. These projects include Ravine House and the LEED Gold Certified Vaughan City Hall. His portfolio also includes experience integrating contemporary architecture with existing heritage structures from the Ronald O. Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics at the University of Pennsylvania to the James Stewart Centre for Mathematics at McMaster University, winner of both an American Institute of Architects Honor Award for Interior Architecture and a Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Governor General’s Medal. His recent projects include the Campus Master Plan for Alberta’s Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity and the renovation of the Centre’s hotel, Lloyd Hall.