Keith Wilson, AIA
As a project manager at D2, Keith seeks to foster clear communication during the life of a project, to nurture growth in his team members, and to work hard with the goal of serving our clients with excellent project delivery. His reputation for close community ties, strong professional relationships, and quality workmanship has expanded over his nine years of architectural experience in the Dallas area. An avid learner, Keith enjoys teaching others. He serves as a guest lecturer for the American Institute of Architects, Dallas. Keith is also an award recipient in the national “Aging in Place” design competition sponsored by the National Center of Seniors Housing Research.
Here are a few things you may not know about Keith:Hometown:
Albany, Texas (voted “Best Small Town in Texas” by Texas Monthly – yes, I’m proud!) Education:
Master of Architecture from Texas A&M University What brought you into the field of architecture?
At a young age, I demonstrated a propensity toward hand drawing with a pencil. My dad took note and suggested, “You should be an architect.” Years later, here I am. Thanks, Dad! What is your favorite piece of work?
Palau de la Musica Catalana in Barcelona, Spain by Lluís Domènech i Montaner What is your favorite quote?
“There’s only one way to succeed at anything and that’s to give it everything.” – Vince Lombardi Who inspires you?
God, my wife, my children, Tommy Nelson, Dave Ramsey, and Ronald Reagan. Personal Interests:
Learning (in general), Reading, Professional Development, American History,Traveling, being outdoors– especially in the mountains, snow skiing/boarding. Hobbies:
I have two kids, two and under. Who has time for hobbies??? 🙂 My hobbies are date nights with my wife, playing with my kids, and spending time with friends. Something people may not know about me:
I was in the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M and have a TWIN sister who went to that other university in Austin…a house divided! 🙂