Gustaf Kamp specializes in managing complex projects for civic institutions, public infrastructure, and emergency service facilities. He has an extensive understanding of historic construction techniques, significant experience in documenting existing facilities, and he uses his technical acumen to seamlessly integrate design strategies with cost effective, efficient, and appropriate systems upgrades. His broad project experience is testament to his ability to decipher complicated challenges. His work is focused on creating functional, efficient, and sustainable solutions for public and private institutions, while creating appropriate responses for dynamic user-groups. His primary asset in complex projects is to bring the broad spectrum of issues, knowledge, and interests to the table, and to quickly pinpoint solutions that serve the diverse demands of project managers, administrators, employees, and user groups.
Gus received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Georgia Institute of Technology and a Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. He is a LEED Associate, Certified Emergency Vehicle Operator, and a Volunteer Firefighter for the Conshohocken Fire Department.