Locke promoted at architect firm
Kevin Locke, a Midway architect who served as project manager for the renovation and expansion of the University of Kentucky's Commonwealth Stadium, was recently named Shareholder and Senior Associate of RossTarrant Architects. "In his time with us, Kevin has shown himself to be an architect in every sense of the word, but most especially by providing the highest caliber of leadership in some of our largest and most complex projects," said Jeff Stivers, president of RossTarrant Architects. "We are very proud Kevin is part of the team and we look forward to his future contributions with great anticipation." Building on the successful renovation and expansion of Commonwealth Stadium, Locke is currently leading the same design team - a collaboration between RossTarrant Architects and HNTB Architecture - to design the university's new football training center and baseball stadium. Locke is the son-in-law of Dr. and Mrs. Norman Fisher of Midway. His wife, Ann, graduated from Woodford County High School in 1985. They have two children, Jack and Avery. Since moving to Kentucky in 2001, Kevin has been active in the community having served seven years on the Woodford County Board of Architectural Review and being recently appointed by the governor to the State Board for Housing, Buildings, and Construction (HBC).