David Parks is a registered architect and project designer for a national multi-disciplinary architecture firm. He has several years of architectural experience in the areas of site analysis, space planning, and architectural design. David has been involved in a variety of projects; some of which include historic restoration, residential renovation, mixed-use, higher education, governmental and civic projects, and private office buildings. He has developed projects in Missouri, Kansas, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, California, Minnesota, and Iowa. David has also taught design studio at the University of Kansas School of Architecture, Design, and Planning. 

David believes in finding simple solutions to complex problems and strives to find contextual solutions that are grounded in place and push convention. He is also interested in ideas that are responsive to the environment, and technologies that reduce our energy dependence. While at Gould Evans, David delivered the Kansas City office’s first LEED project, and is currently developing many more. 

Prior to joining Gould Evans, David practiced historic restoration and high-end residential renovation in Boston, Massachusetts. David's design work has been recognized by Architect Magazine, Residential Architecture Magazine, Metropolis Magazine, the International Wood Design Awards, AIA Central States, AIA San Diego, AIA New Orleans, the City of Kansas City, Missouri, and the U.S. Green Building Council. His most recent  design work includes the master planning and new office buildings on the Cerner Innovations Campus in Kansas City, Missouri, the Cerner Continuous Campus in Kansas City, Kansas, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Southwest Fisheries Science Center in La Jolla, CA.


Contact Information:
email:  dmparks@gmail.com

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