KAI 360 Construction Services names senior project manager in Dallas-Fort Worth office

KAI 360 Construction Services hired Kristopher McGraw as Senior Project Manager at its Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, office.

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

A project manager to his core, McGraw is interested in how people work and succeed, and he believes architecture is about meaningfully serving clients and the community while striving to be sensitive to the environment and creating lasting experiences.

McGraw is a results-oriented manager with more than 20 years of experience. His skill set has enabled him to successfully engage in projects across various market sectors including education, aviation and civic.

Prior to KAI, McGraw worked for nearly two decades as a Project Manager at Houston, TX-based HarrisonKornberg Architects, most recently managing the firm’s North Texas portfolio. Some of the notable projects he worked on include the Houston Parks and Recreation Department Headquarters, the new STEM Building at the University of North Texas at Dallas, the new Archives and Research Center at Texas State University, the City of Fort Worth’s new Community Center & Aquatics Center, the new Heritage Hall at Texas A&M University’s Central Texas campus, and the new National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing at Texas A&M University’s main campus in College Station, TX.

In 2019, as part of the design team on the Zachry Engineering Education Complex, the largest academic building on the Texas A&M University campus, McGraw and the project team received a Building Design + Construction Gold Reconstruction Award. The project also received a Gold Award and Eminent Conceptor Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies. McGraw holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Houston, and he is a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society. He is a past member of the Board of Directors for AIA Houston, a Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.