Christopher Fuller, Principal with K. Norman Berry Associates Architects since 2014, is experienced in all phases of project development and has extensive background in renovation and rehabilitation projects. An adept designer and project manager, Christopher pairs strong management skills with a keen eye toward properly executing the building design. A special area of Christopher’s expertise has evolved in working collaboratively with national design firms on high-profile urban projects, leading large teams to execute complex, detail-oriented designs. Christopher has expanded KNBA’s breadth of collaborative experience by providing crucial project leadership on many significant projects, including The Speed Museum Renovation and Expansion, and Slugger Field.
Throughout Christopher’s career he has worked on a variety of structures including public buildings, K-12 and university educational facilities, commercial office buildings and historic renovation projects. His particular expertise lies in assessing the existing conditions of buildings, developing space utilization plans, evaluating buildings for compliance with fire and accessibility codes and coordinating with municipalities and agency groups.
Christopher received his bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the University of Kentucky, College of Architecture.