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William Kenworthey AIA, NCARB

Regional Leader of Planning
“Resilient urban design really is about the long-term livability of cities. Balancing day-to-day needs with long-term threats is an increasingly important design consideration.”

Based in HOK’s New York studio, Bill leads HOK’s planning and urban design projects across the Northeast. An urban designer and registered architect, he has more than 20 years of experience working with government agencies, private developers, major universities and Fortune 500 companies.

Bill has a particular interest in the long-term resiliency of coastal cities and frequently presents at university and industry events about urban waterfront design. Following Superstorm Sandy, Bill worked on the community planning team for the New York City Mayor’s Office Special Initiative for Rebuilding and Resiliency. Early in his career he served as an associate urban designer for the Department of City Planning.

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