Page Welcomes...

Dan Kenney, AIA, AICP, a master planner, urban designer and architect with an extensive and award-winning international portfolio, has joined Page as a principal. He is based in the firm’s new San Francisco office and will share responsibility for growing the Planning services across all Page markets.

Dan brings four decades of project experience to Page. He previously served as head of the campus planning studio for Sasaki Associates, Inc. where his extensive background collaborating with colleges and universities gives him unique insights regarding the broad challenges and opportunities each institution faces. Earlier this year, his leadership of the University of Texas at Austin Campus Master Plan on which Page also collaborated won a honor award from the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP).

Dan has successfully identified and delivered contextual and implementable solutions that further clients’ missions, culture, and strategic initiatives across Europe, Asia and North America. Some notable projects include the Singapore University of Technology and Design Master Plan; the University of Calgary Campus Plan; the Federal University for Health Sciences Academic Medical Center Master Plan and the Portland State University Master Plan.

As a thought leader in higher education, he is committed to sharing his ideas through public presentations, awards, and publications. In addition to co-authoring Mission and Place: Strengthening Learning and Community through Campus Design, Dan has written numerous papers and articles. He also has shared his expertise by teaching campus planning at the Harvard Graduate School of Design Executive Education program.

Dan is actively involved in leadership of the Society of College and University Planners (SCUP). He currently serves as the founding chair of the SCUP Advancement and Development Committee. Dan also represents the Hideo Sasaki Foundation for the SCUP Chapman Prize, SCUP's first research award.

He received his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Colorado, and both his Masters of Architecture and Masters of City Planning in Urban Design from the University of Pennsylvania. We are proud to welcome Dan to the Page leadership team.