KAI Promotes Theodore (Todd) R. Jacobs, AIA, to Director of Design

KAI Design & Build proudly announces the promotion of Todd Jacobs, AIA, FHFI, LEED AP, to Director of Design.

Jacobs, who was hired in November 2016 as Vice President and Senior Project Manager, will replace Marcus Moomey, AIA, DBIA, who is moving from the Director of Design position to a new position as Director of Design-Build.

As Director of Design, Jacobs will provide overall leadership for KAI's Architecture and Interior Design practice and foster a climate focused on collaboration within KAI's multi-disciplined teams, delivering design and build solutions on complex projects. Jacobs will also represent KAI in the community by participating in professional organizations, speaking engagements and civic events.

Jacobs has more than 30 years of management, collaboration, master planning and design experience. His extensive portfolio includes projects within the healthcare, education, religious, and corporate industries. Jacobs will oversee 36 employees at KAI offices in St. Louis, Dallas, Atlanta, San Antonio and Omaha.

"Todd is a demonstrated leader as an active member of the American Institute of Architects and past president of the St. Louis Chapter. We are delighted to elevate Todd to this leadership role where he will drive the quality of our design work to satisfy our customers' needs," said Michael Hein, AIA, PMP, Chief Integration Officer at KAI.

Major projects Jacobs has worked on while at KAI include:

  • St. Louis Community College - Center for Nursing and Health Sciences
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation & Aquatic Center - Atlanta
  • Deaconess Center for Child Well-Being - St. Louis
  • SSM North County Pediatric Clinic - St. Louis

Jacobs, a registered architect in Missouri and Illinois, has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Kansas State University. He is a member of the KSU Professional Advisory Board, St. Louis Construction Forum Advisory Board and several AIA committees.