Koskovich Architecture, LLC May 2012 - Present
Studio ALA, LLC - Partner 2005 to 2012
Hornbein, Koskovich Architects - Partner 2005 to 2006
Cheeks/Hornbein (C/H) - Associate 2000 to 2004
Cooper Carry - Subcontractor 2001 and 2002
CNNA Architects - Intern 1997 to 1999
Masters of Architecture I, Georgia Institute of Technology 2004
B.S. Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology 2000
2011 – AIA Atlanta John A. Busby Jr. Metal Recipient
2011 – AIA Georgia Emerging Professional of the Year
2011 – AIA Atlanta Service to the Profession Award
2009 – AIA Atlanta Special Citation
Auto CAD Auto Desk
Adobe Photo Shop
Microsoft Office Package (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, etc.)
Professional Associations / Community Outreach
Architecture and Design Center - Chair 2011 to Current
Co-Chair – AIA Atlanta Emerging Professionals 2010-2012
Marketing Director - Young Architects Forum 2009
Mr. Koskovich worked part time in an architecture office throughout his undergraduate and graduate studies. In 2000 and 2001 he worked full time before attending Georgia Tech to earn a Graduate Degree. From 2004 on he has worked full time, as a partner from 2005 to 2012. Currently Mr. Koskovich is working as an independent architecture consultant. A more detailed portfolio can be provided upon request.
Studio ALA, LLC, Atlanta Georgia, Partner
As a partner at Studio ALA, LLC, my responsibilities covered all aspects of architecture practice, from marketing, contract development, and contract execution to project management, design, and construction administration.
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, US, MArch, Masters of Architecture
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, US, BArch, Architecture
John A. Busby Jr. FAIA Award, Award
Given to a professional, who has been licensed for ten years or less, and has mad significant contributions to the profession.
AIA Georgia Emerging Professional of the Year, Award
Recognizes an Associate AIA member as well as any architect, residing and licensed to practice architecture in Georgia, whose initial date of licensure in any US jurisdiction is less than 10 years and not more than 15 years after graduation from an accredited school of architecture and who is a member in good standing with AIA Georgia.