“Through our work as architects, we strive to leave a permanent and positive impact on the lives of those around us.”

 

Education

  • Louisiana State University, Bachelor of Architecture, 2004

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Experience

  • Wendell Residence, Baton Rouge LA

  • Resource Bank Branch Building, Baton Rouge LA

  • National Heritage Academies, Advantage Charter Academy, Baker LA

  • National Heritage Academies, Willow Charter Academy, Lafayette LA

  • Alliance Safety Council, Gonzales Location, Gonzales LA

  • Couvillion Renovation, Baton Rouge LA

  • Progress Elementary School, Baton Rouge LA

  • Breaux Residence, Baton Rouge LA

  • Bois D’Orange Hypermart Building Renovation, Castries, St. Lucia

  • OneEleven, Baton Rouge LA

 

Affiliations

  • American Institute of Architects, Louisiana/American Council of Engineering Companies, Emerging Leaders Institute Class of 2017

  • American Institute of Architects Baton Rouge Chapter President 2018-present

  • American Institute of Architects Baton Rouge Board of Directors 2016-present

  • Baton Rouge Ancient Athlete Society 2011-Present

  • Louisiana Forestry Association 2015-Present

Kevin grew up in Baton Rouge and spent summers working on his family’s tree farm in north Louisiana. He joined in RHH 2006 after spending several years in residential design. Kevin is now adept in both the residential and commercial sectors, managing both renovations and new builds.

His particular emphasis is on single family residential, multi-family residential, historic renovations and small to medium size commercial projects

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Kevin is involved in RHH projects from schematic design through construction administration, overseeing drawing production and implementation during construction. He is a student of construction science at its most basic level, continually striving to improve the firm’s best practices and procedures, while ensuring that RHH projects remain innovative and technically sound.

Kevin and Sheila, his wife, have two young girls, Devera and Celeste.

 

He competes in organized sports and is a member of the Baton Rouge Ancient Athletes Society. He and his family enjoy working on the family farm or taking yearly back-country hiking trips to our National Parks. He is currently President of  the American Institute of Architects, Baton Rouge Chapter, .

KEVIN ALFORD, AIA

Project Architect