Anderson previously led the firm’s Transit sector and helped establish his team as a premier transit and public architecture group. Bringing more than 25 years of design expertise, his projects include transit facilities, mixed-use commercial and residential buildings, and urban design developments. Recently, Anderson headed design for the $120-million LA Metro Division 13 Bus Operations & Maintenance Facility in Los Angeles, which earned LEED Gold certification; the new LEED Gold-certified Nakoosa Trail Fleet Maintenance Facility in Madison, Wisconsin; and currently, WMATA’s new $325-million Heavy Rail Operations Facility targeting LEED Platinum.
Since joining Stantec in 2000, he has successfully managed an expanding team of design professionals, secured projects in new geographic markets, and developed collaborative relationships with new and existing clients.
“Ken has long-proven leadership abilities that develop, recognize, and inspire those around him. In addition, he offers the ability to create design solutions that meet the client needs while ensuring a distinct sense of culture and place,” said Leonard Castro, Executive Vice President for Buildings at Stantec. “These assets will prove invaluable as he leads our growing civic team on projects critical to the communities they serve.”