DREAM Collaborative Welcomes Tornow as Senior Technical Architect
BOSTON, MA DREAM Collaborative announces Kyle Tornow has joined the firm as Senior Technical Architect. In this role, Tornow will provide leadership in document production standards and processes, establish guidelines for quality assurance and quality control, develop technical strategies to support design and client service objectives, and serve as a technical resource to staff.
"We are thrilled to welcome Kyle Tornow to DREAM Collaborative's leadership team," said Gregory Minott, AIA, LEED AP, managing principal of DREAM Collaborative. "Kyle brings a proven track record for ensuring quality service. His technical aptitude will strengthen our quality assurance process and lead to more efficient control across all projects."
Tornow brings over 25 years of experience in complex building design, detailing, and construction administration at design firms ElkusManfredi Architects, CBT, Payette, and PCA, as well as for the London office of Kohn Pedersen Fox. His extensive portfolio includes urban design, mixed use, higher education, housing, and life science projects, and ranges from a new entry and dining hall at MassArtand a cyber cafÃ© at Northeastern University's Snell Library to leading the design of an entire "medical city" in Saudi Arabia.
"Early in my career I recognized the connection between quality design and quality technology, so I've always believed in technical solutions for not only improving production and efficiency but also for improving design," said Tornow. "With an efficient approach to both design and production, we can correctly prioritize project milestones and ensure we meet our client's business goals. I am committed to maintaining a high caliber standard across DREAM Collaborative's project portfolio, as well as implementing new standards to guarantee we continue producing superior work for our clients."
He received master and bachelor of architecture degrees from Syracuse University and has held teaching positions at Syracuse University and the Boston Architectural College.