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Kim Hooker   (#01368)   

Basic Information

Location
Amarillo, TX
Email Address
 
Phone
806-378-8602
Company
Parkhill Smith & Cooper
Title
Architect
Address
800 S Polk St,

Suite 200

Amarillo, TX  
79101
USA


Personal Information

Additional Information

Certifications
AIA, Registered in State of NM and TX, CSI CDT, Leed AP, NCARB

Biography

Credentials:
Registered Architect, State of NM & TX
LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP)
Certified Document Specialist (CDT)
Registered Accessibility Specialist (RAS), State of TX
 

A graduate of the University of Michigan School of Architecture & Planning, and the University of New Mexico School of Architecture & Planning, Kim is currently an Architect with Parkhill, Smith and Cooper (PSC) working out of the Amarillo office. Kim worked with Studio Southwest Architects, Albuquerque, NM for 16 years, with the last 10 years as Partner. She relocated to Amarillo, TX to be near her family.

The RAS designation has provided an opportunity to explore design that welcomes everyone and to participate in numerous projects. Kim produces work in REVIT and is exploring resource-saving design ideas.

Recent projects include NMSU New Residence (Juniper) Hall (Las Cruces, NM), Amarillo College Ware Lab (The Underground) Renoation, Midland College Dining Hall, and Wayland Baptist University Gates Hall Exterior Renovation. Pro-Bono projects have included Haven House and Abba House (for the Downtown Women's Center, Amarillo).

Kim is currently serving as Executive Board of AIA Amarillo, in the position of Secretary.
 

As chair of the APA Technical Standards Committee she has enjoyed monthly disuccsions with (much more) experienced and informed RAS professionals who dig into complicated accessibility questions.

Kim has three grown children. She and her husband enjoy bike riding, hiking and photography.