Kevin Coker has a professional degree in Architecture (BArch) from the University of Arkansas. His professional affiliations include the National Council of Building Designers Certification (NCBDC) and the American Institute of Building Designers (AIBD).
Additionally, he is certified through the Washington Dept. of Ecology in Low Impact Development and the Building Industry of Washington State as a Green Building Design Professional and Certified Aging in Place Professional.
Currently, Kevin serves on the Development Planning Advisory Committee for Jefferson County, WA.
Kevin began his career working as a framer on residential homes for 7 years. He returned college at the University of Arkansas earning his professional degree while serving as the Master Carpenter for the University’s Theater Department.
In 1996, Kevin joined Stitt Energy group in Rogers, Arkansas. Stitt Energy was repeatedly recognized as one of the most energy efficient home building firms in the county winning multiple awards over the years.
In 1998, Kevin joined TimberCraft Homes of Port Townsend to specialize in timber framing and joinery. TimberCraft is well known for its amazing work both locally and around the world.
Creating his own business in the year 2004, Kevin has specialized in energy efficient homes that embrace natural lines and open space design. Commercially, he designed the St. Mary’s Star of the Sea addition and is currently designing the Homeward Bound Cherry Street Multiplex for low income housing in Port Townsend.