Karl Hennig is an accomplished architectural designer with significant experience designing and coordinating all phases of design and construction services. He has held key roles and collaborated on numerous large-scale, mixed-use, corporate, and commercial developments both nationally and internationally.
Mr. Hennig is currently a key team member for 2401 McKinney, a new 27-story Class-A high-performance office tower in Dallas, Texas. Additional experience as a Project Designer includes 2+U, a LEED Platinum, one million gsf mixed-use office tower and public plaza in downtown Seattle, Washington, and Avocet Tower, a mixed-use development comprising hotel and office atop a generous lobby and amenity podium in Bethesda, Maryland. Additional experience includes two projects in Houston for Hines: 609 Main at Texas and Amegy Bank’s headquarters.
Mr. Hennig serves as Co-Chair of the AIA Connecticut Committee on the Environment and was recently an AIA Connecticut board member. Within the studio, he is a key member of the Sustainability Committee and has long served as a mentor for the New Haven chapter of the ACE Mentor Program for high school students. Mr. Hennig received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Kentucky and Master of Architecture from Iowa State University.