Kevin Bills

Meet Kevin Bills AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Architect
Kevin serves as an architect at ISG, aiming to understand the goals for each project by first thoroughly listening to the client’s needs and then carrying out design and project tasks through construction, collaborating with contractors to get the job done right.

Articles by Kevin Bills

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Corporate Community Involvement Builds Partnerships

Due to direct relationships and intimate understandings, resident philanthropic organizations are often well-positioned to rally the communities they serve to provide solutions to local challenges, creating valuable partnership opportunities between non-profits, cities, and school districts. By integrating unique engagement efforts into school organizations - teachers, principals, architects, engineers, and everyone in between can help make educational institutions a success from the community core outward to support positive 21st century plans.

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How 21st Century Design Maximizes Engagement in PreK-12 Education

Back to school season often begins with educators, administrators, and staff prepping their schools for the incoming classes – rearranging desks, organizing supplies, lesson planning, and hosting orientations. And while educators certainly carry the load in ensuring school districts run smoothly, architecture and interior design makes the grade when it comes to supporting learning styles and maximizing engagement in schools. Get your pencils out to take notes on how 21st century design maximizes engagement in PreK-12 education.

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Event Venue Design: Setting the Stage for Maximum ROI

With help from experienced industry design teams, you can identify the “Goldilocks” seating variety for your unique venue, provide each event goer with their own “golden ticket” to the show, and set the stage for a facility with high ROI. Now THAT’S the best seat in the house!

High-Fives All Around

Diversity. Inclusion. Networking. Professional development. And (pause for dramatics), Millennials.