Houston, TX, March 11, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- FKP Architects continues to bolster its staff – including its supporting team members who keep the wheels of the organization turning. The firm is pleased to introduce Kendra Dillard as Accountant and Rene Descartin as Programmer for FKP. Both have relevant experience within the building industry and experience managing and executing projects for internal and external clients.
At FKP Kendra will assist project and finance teams with ongoing project accounting needs. She boasts progressive accounting experience, all accrued working in the design industry. Kendra has previous experience with local and national engineering firms and regional design firms, so she will be able to hit the ground running and bring added organization to FKP.
Rene bring an impressive list of technical programming skills, which he will use to assist project team workflow. Prior to joining FKP, Rene held the role of Senior Programmer with Honeywell, where his major projects included creating databases, optimization systems, and project tracking tools.
Dillard is working towards completion of a Bachelors in Accounting at the University of Houston Downtown. Descartin studied Client Server Technology at Baylor University and earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the AMA Computer College in the Philippines.
About FKP Architects
FKP Architects delivers more than architecture in the healthcare, research and education market sectors. The firm engages its promise of Transforming business by design® across all core services of architecture, interior design, equipment planning and operational consulting. FKP clients include top-tier pediatric healthcare institutions, community and academic medical campuses, and life science and higher education institutions. Recent representative projects include Texas Children’s Hospital Pavilion for Women in Houston, TX; Cook Children’s Medical Center North Tower and Dodson Medical Office Building in Dallas, TX; Children’s Hospital of Orange County Bill Holmes Tower, Orange, CA; and The University of Texas of the Permian Basin Science and Computer Technology Building, Odessa, TX. For more information, visit www.fkp.com.