Architecture Building, room 127,
Salt Lake City,
An associate principal at Perkins Will, RK Stewart has extensive experience in large scale, mixed-use projects, institutional projects, renovation/restoration projects, and office projects leading large, multidisciplinary teams. He manages complex projects applying his expertise in the architectural design, development and documentation processes coupled with his understanding of engineering disciplines. His experience in regulatory approval processing also makes him a resource for planning code, building code, historic preservation, building technology, and similar issues.
To improve the communities in which we practice, Stewart has also been involved in advocacy efforts across the nation. His contributions to the profession were recognized with his investiture in the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows in 2001. At the 2005 American Institute of Architects Annual Meeting, Stewart was elected to serve as the organization’s national president in 2007 as AIA celebrated its 150th Anniversary.
Stewart received his Master of Architecture degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Kansas, Lawrence.