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Enjoys discovering life through his son’s imagination and sharing cultural experience through travel

Joseph Doyle, AIA, CEFPI

Associate Principal

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As an associate principal and pk-12 education leader of gkkworks’ Denver office, Joseph brings over 20 years of experience, mostly in pk-12 and higher education projects. He is a registered architect with a Bachelor Degree in Architecture from the University of Southern California. Joseph brings his passion for creating a sense of community in architecture, where everyone from the parents, teachers, and owners are involved in the design and outcome, making it an engaging process. One of his most rewarding experiences was a project with a Sioux tribe in the Dakotas, where everyone including the general contractor and trades worked collaboratively, each involved in creating a facility to withstand time, solidifying the community’s cultural fabric. He sees the biggest challenges facing architecture today as balancing budgets, tight schedules, and technical requirements, while developing innovations in education. As a volunteer with a Denver school district, he is actively involved in the community. Joseph is a member of the AIA and Council for Educational Facility Planners International.

 
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Enjoys discovering life through his son’s imagination and sharing cultural experience through travel

Joseph Doyle, AIA, CEFPI

Associate Principal

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As an associate principal and pk-12 education leader of gkkworks’ Denver office, Joseph brings over 20 years of experience, mostly in pk-12 and higher education projects. He is a registered architect with a Bachelor Degree in Architecture from the University of Southern California. Joseph brings his passion for creating a sense of community in architecture, where everyone from the parents, teachers, and owners are involved in the design and outcome, making it an engaging process. One of his most rewarding experiences was a project with a Sioux tribe in the Dakotas, where everyone including the general contractor and trades worked collaboratively, each involved in creating a facility to withstand time, solidifying the community’s cultural fabric. He sees the biggest challenges facing architecture today as balancing budgets, tight schedules, and technical requirements, while developing innovations in education. As a volunteer with a Denver school district, he is actively involved in the community. Joseph is a member of the AIA and Council for Educational Facility Planners International.