Paul Kinley

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Paul Kinley, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Recently named a Principal at Opsis Architecture, Paul has more than 25 years of experience, having been with Opsis for 11 years serving as a senior project manager and architect on numerous projects of varying scale and degrees of complexity. He recently completed the award-winning Reed College Performing Arts Building as well as the John J. Hemmingson Student Center at Gonzaga University and Washburne Hall University Center at Pacific University. He is currently working on a new Community Recreation Center at Oak Hills in Beaverton as well as Senior Center in Hillsboro and the Stoller Center for Recreation, Athletics and Exercise Science at Pacific University. Paul actively participates in a variety of civic, cultural, and professional organizations to remain connected to the community in which he lives and serves. In addition to his unparalleled leadership skills and design abilities, Paul has a proven track record for integrating client needs and program requirements with carefully crafted, detail oriented responses. Paul’s excellent communication skills, combined with strategic thinking, make him an invaluable member of every project team and a deeply experienced resource for the entire firm.

Kinley holds a Master of Architecture degree from UCLA and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Arts from The College of William and Mary.