New Britain, CT – Kaestle Boos Associates Inc., a New England architectural firm, announced the promotion of multiple individuals to its executive leadership team. Landscape Architect Luke McCoy was promoted from associate principal to principal, and Gregory Joynt, David McKinley, and Brennan White were all promoted to associates.
McCoy has nearly 20 years of landscape architecture and athletic facility experience. He is a licensed landscape architect in Conn., Mass., and R.I., and is LEED accredited. He is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, the American Sports Builders Association, and the Synthetic Turf Council, where he currently sits on the board of directors.
Since joining Kaestle Boos in 2007, Joynt has accumulated a wide range of project experience, specializing in the planning and design of public safety, education, and municipal facilities. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is a LEED BD+C accredited professional.
McKinley shares over 25 years of professional landscape architectural experience with the firm. He focuses much of his effort in public safety and educational site design, athletic facilities, site permitting, and construction administration. McKinley is registered in Massachusetts and Connecticut.
White joined Kaestle Boos in 2000 and is a registered landscape architect in Connecticut. He is experienced in large- and small-scale site design and permitting and has been involved with the Naugatuck High School renovations, the designs of the West Hartford Veterans Memorial, the New Britain Police Department Headquarters, and Heritage Walk at Danbury City Hall.