Education practice expands expertise with George Kacan, PreK-12 education leader

CannonDesign’s national PreK-12 practice has built its legacy in partnering with our clients who are focused on transforming learning environments for tomorrow's leaders. George Kacan, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has joined the firm as Chicago’s PreK-12 Education Practice Leader.

01/08/2015


CannonDesign’s national PreK-12 practice has built its legacy in partnering with our clients who are focused on transforming learning environments for tomorrow's leaders. George Kacan, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has joined the firm as Chicago’s PreK-12 Education Practice Leader. Courtesy: CannonDesignCannonDesign’s national PreK-12 practice has built its legacy in partnering with our clients who are focused on transforming learning environments for tomorrow's leaders. To continue that legacy and, supporting CannonDesign’s growth, George Kacan, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has joined the firm as Chicago’s PreK-12 Education Practice Leader. George is joining the current leadership team of Stuart Brodsky and Mary Cavanaugh.

Bringing a wealth of PreK-12 education experience to CannonDesign, George is committed to growth and delivering exceptional facilities reinforced with proactive client service. A strategic designer that stresses the importance of relationships summarizes George’s leadership approach to his new opportunity with the firm.

“As a key member of CannonDesign’s national education practice,” said Bradley Lukanic, executive director, education, “George’s PreK-12 experience and insights will enhance our market initiatives, while partnering with our established PreK-12 practice team in the central region.”

George will focus on CannonDesign’s PreK-12 marketing and client engagement activities, client and team leadership, internal mentoring, advancing the education market’s work and managing processes from the firm’s Chicago office.

“I am excited to join the firm and further evolve their strong client relationships,” said Kacan. “CannonDesign is a great fit for me, and I’m eager to engage and pursue new opportunities to strengthen the firm’s brand and portfolio.”

Kacan is a published author and requested speaker on education trends, the built environment, and learning from planning to design.  



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