Ken Sandlin AIA
Associate / Senior Project Architect
Ken began his career in architecture at age 15, as a draftsman in his father’s practice. There he learned the traditional skills of an architect in the pre-computer era. After high school, he continued working over a drafting table on residential and small commercial projects while earning a degree in Architecture from the University of Houston.
After graduation, Ken joined Brand+Allen Architects and worked his way to Senior Associate, gaining expertise in millwork design and retail design. He completed high-end retail stores all across the nation for retailers like Coach Leatherware, as well as small commercial projects, a major mall renovation and over 50 commercial interiors projects in class A office bldgs.
A growing fascination with computers eventually prompted a temporary career change. At A&E - The Graphics Complex, Ken increased his networking, management and leadership skills. He built and managed an enterprise network and grew it to support the company’s unprecedented growth, helping facilitate the transformation from a blueprinter to a digital print and document management company.
Today, Ken serves as Project Architect at Page. His responsibilities include code analysis and application, team leadership and production of project deliverables for large Healthcare projects. Working at a large, multidisciplinary firm gives him access and insight into a full spectrum of services required for large building projects. Ken feels it is a tremendous opportunity to stay up-to-date and to learn new and improve existing skills.