Michael Keeshen‚ AIA, LEED AP
Vice President, Architecture, Greenville
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Mike believes good design is a byproduct of collaborative and creative client-architect relationships. This methodology, coupled with his passion for architecture, has resulted in award-winning projects that have garnered attention on local, national and international levels throughout his career. As one of South Carolina’s first LEED® accredited architects, he possesses an unparalleled proficiency in sustainable design, in addition to specializing in higher education, athletic, K-12 and municipal facilities. His design portfolio encompasses renowned projects at Clemson University, including the Allen N. Reeves Football Operations Complex, Doug Kingsmore Stadium, Littlejohn Coliseum, Harris A. Smith Packaging Science Building and Rhodes Hall Biomedical Annex; renovations of the Greenville Drive’s Fluor Field; transformation of the City of Greenville’s Bell Tower Mall into administrative offices at the County Square; Medical University of South Carolina’s Microbiology and Immunology Center; and the $17.5 million Greenville County Courthouse renovation. A leader on professional, community and civic levels, Mike has served as the American Institute of Architects South Carolina Chapter President, Donaldson Development Center Chairman, City Zoning Board of Appeals Chairman, Rotary Club President and Junior Chamber of Commerce President and is also actively involved with the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, U.S. Green Building Council, Society of American Military Engineers, United Way of Greenville County and other organizations.