Kerry May

Senior Architectural Designer

Seattle, Washington

> Building enclosure design
> Forensic failure investigation
> Hygrothermal computer modeling
> Construction observations

Joining OAC in 2008, Kerry has become an integral member of the Building Enclosure and Forensic Architecture teams.  With his background in architecture and construction management, he is able to provide efficient and creative solutions to problems in both the design and construction realms.  Kerry is currently enrolled in the Intern Development Program in preparation for his Architect Registration Examination (ARE). In his free time, Kerry enjoys skiing, softball, fishing, and spending time with his friends and family.

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Jeff Jurgensen & Jonathan Miller Receive Community Leadership Awards

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Construction Management. Architecture. Engineering.

OAC has a successful history with specialized design and construction because we love what we do. We serve our clients as collaborators, and we design and manage projects that improve where people live, work, learn and play. Because of this, we’ve gathered a superlative staff of professionals who share our core values, and our vision – do what we love in the service of people who love what we do.