Kim pays close attention to the smallest details, which have a strong impact on a space. She maintains her focus through every stage of a project, but especially looks forward to construction administration when the effects of decisions made at the drawing board fully emerge.
At SGA, Kim works across multiple sectors. She enjoys the variety while pursuing a consistent goal: to incorporate principles of sustainability into every project. These might hinge on the right choice of materials or overall design strategies.
Before joining SGA, Kim served as an assistant project manager at CHA Architecture in Concord. During her four years at that firm, she specialized in sports architecture, developing a portfolio of baseball and softball facilities, hockey rinks, and video rooms.
Kim earned the degrees of Bachelor of Science in mathematics from William Paterson University in Wayne, NJ, and Master of Architecture from Northeastern University. During graduate school, she spent a semester in Berlin. Outside of the office, the New Jersey native keeps fit by working out at the gym, kickboxing, hiking, and participating in yoga classes. She also likes to travel and spend time with her 14-year-old Maltese named Skip.