Kevin Thomas joined KPMB Architects in 2001. His first projects included two successful design competition schemes: the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Redevelopment and 180 Queen Street West, a 15-storey downtown Toronto office tower. Kevin continued on in the role of project architect for the base building of 180 Queen that houses the KPMB fit-up for the Federal Judicial Centre and the Offices of Health Canada. He has worked on a number of the studio’s prestigious institutional and corporate projects, including Sprague Memorial Hall for the Yale University School of Music, the Young Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto, and the LEED Platinum Manitoba Hydro Place in Winnipeg. He was also the KPMB project architect for Bridgepoint Active Healthcare in Toronto, an Infrastructure Ontario project that followed the Project Specific Output Specifications process. Most recently he was the associate-in-charge of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.