Sandberg Kessler Architecture, P.C. has recently hired Troy E. Eklum as an intern architect.
A Falconer native, Eklum received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Kent State. He gained practical experience with a Lakewood, Ohio architectural firm before assuming his position at Sandberg Kessler. He is enrolled in the AIA Intern Development Program, a structured, multi-year transition from architectural student to licensed professional. Eklum was the 2010 AND Magazine winner for his student design of a university library addition in Florence, Italy. He currently resides near Falconer where he enjoys hiking, camping and video game programming.
"Hiring Troy is consistent with our goal of taking full advantage of Revit Building Information Modeling," said Ronald Kessler, a principal with the firm. "Its three-dimensional capabilities help our designers convey concepts visually to our clients on both large and small projects."
Sandberg Kessler Architecture was organized in 1991 and is led by architects Steve Sandberg and Ron Kessler. The firm has a significant portfolio of work throughout Western New York and northwestern Pennsylvania. Having recently completed major projects for Dunkirk City Schools and Brocton Central School, the firm is a comprehensive design firm for both public and private sector clients.