Kevin Kemner, Associate AIA


Kevin is an associate principal at TSK and award-winning planner and designer with expertise in educational facilities. He is director of advancement of school design concentration at UNLV, where he specializes in the advancement of educational architecture.

This multi-disciplinary degree concentration focuses on advancing the understanding of the impact that school buildings have on the people who work and learn in them. 

While Kevin is intimately familiar with today’s leading classroom innovation, his approach to designing learning environments is also pragmatic. He believes that a school should incorporate what works, what is usable by the faculty and staff.

Master of Architecture, Ohio State University (1999)
Bachelor of Architecture, Ohio State University (1986) 

Professional Registration
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CEPTED) Certified

Professional Affiliations
American Institute of Architects, Associate Member
Coalition for Adequate School Housing
Council of Educational Facility Planners International
America’s Schoolhouse Council

Select Experience
Lincoln Elementary School Modernization, Pomona, California
Lyon County Silverland Middle School, Silver Springs, Nevada
Lyon County Silverland Elementary School, Silver Springs, Nevada
Las Vegas Academy Theater and Masterplan
John F. Miller Special Education School, Las Vegas
Rancho High School Replacement, Las Vegas
Western High School Replacement, Las Vegas
Prototype High School, Las Vegas
Prototype Middle School, Las Vegas
Rex Bell Elementary School Replacement, Las Vegas
Churchill County Historic High School Modernization, Fallon, Nevada
Academy of Arts Careers and Technology, Reno
Volcano Vista High School, Albuquerque
Mohave County Mt. Tipton K-8 School, Dolan Springs, Arizona