Kevin Hengst, AIA is a graduate of Kent State University School of Architecture and Environmental Design where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree, and a Bachelor of Architecture Degree. He studied at Kent’s northeast Ohio campus and in Florence, Italy with Kent’s study abroad program. He graduated in 1982, worked at a couple Cleveland Area architectural firms, became a Registered Architect in 1986, and started his own firm in 1988.
A member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and a long standing member of the American Institute of Architects. Kevin’s community involvement includes being a Board Member of the Home Repair Resource Center in Cleveland Heights, an ‘Ask an Architect’ volunteer at the Cleveland Heights Home Remodeling Fair, a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity, and an active donor to Volunteers of America, and Trinity Cathedral’s homeless shelter outreach programs.