KAI 360 Construction Services adds senior project manager in Dallas office

KAI 360 Construction Services (360 CS) has hired industry leader Wenguel Yohannes as senior project manager at its Dallas-Fort Worth office.

In her new role at KAI, Yohannes will play a pivotal role in overseeing building design and construction program management initiatives, ensuring the seamless execution of projects from inception to completion while upholding the highest standards of quality, innovation and client satisfaction.

With over 16 years of extensive experience in architecture, project and construction management, Yohannes brings a wealth of expertise and a proven track record in delivering successful projects. As a registered architect, Yohannes possesses a unique blend of technical knowledge, design proficiency, and project management skills, making her a valuable asset to the 360 CS team.

In addition to being an architect, she brings extensive healthcare, higher education, multifamily, cultural center, hospitality and senior living market experience having worked from the initial stages of programming through construction in roles as a space planner and construction administrator.

Prior to KAI, Yohannes worked as a Construction Manager for Alamo Manhattan and as an Associate Principal and Sr. Project Architect at Page Southerland Page.

Select projects from her portfolio include:

  • Cone Health MedCenter Greensboro at Drawbridge Parkway – Greensboro, NC
  • The University of Texas at Dallas Brain Performance Institute – Dallas, TX
  • Greenhill School Marshall Family Performing Arts Center – Addison, TX
  • Collin College Wylie Campus – Wylie, TX
  • CHRISTUS Bossier Emergency Hospital – Bossier City, LA
  • Saint Francis Hospital Trauma Emergency Center and Patient Tower – Tulsa, LA

Yohannes has been actively involved in various industry organizations, holding leadership roles that have enabled her to stay at the forefront of emerging trends and best practices in the field. Yohannes has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Texas at Arlington, and she is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Vice President of the DFW National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA), and Outreach Committee Member of the Texas Society of Architects (TxA).

When not at work, she enjoys spending time with her two sisters and four nephews who also live in the DFW area; volunteering for Habitat for Humanity and the Salvation Army; mentoring young adults; playing tennis and traveling.