Based in HOK’s New York office, William Kenworthey, AIA, NCARB, is the regional planning leader for the Northeast practice. As an urban designer and registered architect, Kenworthey leads HOK’s planning and urban design projects across the region.
With 20 years of experience, Kenworthey has worked with government agencies, private developers, major universities and Fortune 500 Companies. He has focused on the long-term resiliency of coastal cities and applying those lessons learned to urban design efforts throughout the country.
Current HOK projects include the Hartford Capital Gateway Concept Plan in Connecticut; the LaGuardia Airport Master Plan in New York; and the University of Michigan Medical Center. Kenworthey has past experience coordinating the community planning team for the New York City Mayor’s Office Special Initiative for Rebuilding and Resiliency after Superstorm…
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