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 Good News: Who's Who recognizes SRU sustainable systems graduate 

 

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SRU Good News for Nov. 13, 2009

 

Who's Who recognizes SRU sustainable systems graduate

     William Paul McKinney, a 1996 Slippery Rock University graduate and current architect and project manager at the University of Houston, has been recognized by Cambridge Who's Who for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in all aspects of construction management. 

    With 37 years of experience in his field, McKinney specializes in ecological architecture. As an architect and project manager at the University of Houston, he is responsible for overseeing project management for six campuses within the University of Houston school system and handling renovations, construction and ongoing campus upgrades of facilities. He always had an academic interest on how architecture influenced the society and developed an interest in architectural design in high school. He attributes his success to his hard work and commitment to excel.

McKinney received his master's degree in sustainable systems and ecological architecture. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects.

 

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