DALLAS — Peter Stricker, RA, has joined KAI Texas as a project architect. Stricker has over 15 years of experience in architecture and design. Proficient in Autocad and Revit, his body of work includes the Radiological Laboratory/Office Utility Building at Los Alamos National Laboratories in Los Alamos, N.M., the Lee Tran Transit Headquarters for Lee County in Fort Myers, Fla., and the Chinese Hospital in San Francisco.
In Dallas, Stricker has been involved in design and construction projects including the East Dallas Community Organization Master Strategic Plan, Warren United Methodist Church, the Katy Trail Extension-Lawson Mixed Use Loft Development, Dallas County’s “Old Red” Courthouse restoration, St. Alcuin Montessori School administration building renovation, and the St. Seraphim Orthodox Cathedral.
Throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, Stricker has provided architectural expertise for projects such as the NAS/JRB joint services parking facility in Fort Worth, the Ninth Grade Center for Richardson Independent School District, the Hurst Public Library addition, and the Rowlett High School for Garland Independent School District.
A registered architect, Stricker holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Texas Tech University.