Keefer Bickel

Keefer Bickel

Roanoke, VA, US



I graduated from Fay Jones School of Architecture, May 2012. I spent the next four years working with AECOM Roanoke on healthcare, government, and military work. I now reside and work in Philadelphia with Michael Ryan Architects.


Michael Ryan Architects, Philadelphia, PA, US, Architectural Designer

this position requires flexibility, attention to details, consistency, and constant communication.

Aug 2016 - current

AECOM, Roanoke, VA, US, Designer 1

I worked in the Healthcare Studio, but was afforded the opportunity to acquire experience in a wide variety of project types. The work has spanned from clinics in the USA and Haiti, to hangars and training facilities for the F-15 program in Saudi Arabia.

May 2012 - Aug 2016

AECOM, Roanoke, VA, US, Summer Intern

My position at the AECOM Roanoke Office focused on the production of images and drawings for feasibility studies. I worked in the Healthcare studio, and created Revit models for 3d visualization and area scheduling of an 8 floor addition to a hospital at UNC Chapel Hill. I provided one-on-one training to the project staff in Revit Architecture, supplementing the official training provided by the company. I generated feasibility study drawings for a military dormitory, working closely with the civil engineer responsible for the site plan.

May 2011 - Aug 2011

Polk Stanley Wilcox, Little Rock, AR, US, Summer Intern

This position focused on the production of sheets for a dormitory for the local university system. I produced sheets detailing the construction of an HVAC shed adjacent to the dormitory; as well as door and preliminary window schedules for the entire project. I also produced a preliminary rendering for the project. It was in this internship where i was given the chance to master the use of Revit in an office setting.

Jun 2010 - Aug 2010

William Henry Asti, Little Rock, AR, US, Summer Intern

This position, in the summer after my second year, focused on residential design and drafting in a small office. The project of the summer was a residence for a local family, who had already secured a contractor. During the design process i participated in several of the meetings between the architect and the client / contractor.

Jun 2009 - Aug 2009


Fay Jones School of Architecture, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, BArch, Architecture

May 2007 - May 2012