A native of Griffin, Georgia, and a graduate of Auburn University’s School of Architecture, Kenneth has always appreciated the design process and how a set of parameters influences and shapes the built environment.
During Kenneth’s time at Auburn University, he developed a passion for religious architecture and its use of space to define meaning. This passion and love of history is seen in his designs. Today, when not working on his family’s recently purchased 1923 home, Mr. Moore can be found spending as much time as possible with his wife and two daughters.
Kenneth joined MSSA-PBK in 2000. During this time, his architectural experience includes diverse project types, from master planning and historical preservation to higher education. A significant majority of his experience, however, involves providing design and project management for K-12 educational facilities. Kenneth’s appreciation to detail is evident in every aspect of a project, from schematic design to project completion.