Berkeley, CA — Keith Turner, AIA, has joined TEF as associate principal, announced TEF founder Doug Tom, FAIA. With more than 25 years of experience as an architect, Turner has completed over one million square feet of projects for office, industrial, institutional, residential, and higher education clients.
Previously, he was a principal at Huntsman Architectural Group in San Francisco, where he developed the firm’s capabilities in several new markets, including the public sector, higher education, multifamily housing, and master planning. His clients have included Stanford University; the University of California, Santa Cruz; the Presidio Trust; Google; Lennar; the California Department of General Services; and the cities of Palo Alto and San Mateo.
At TEF, he is currently working on the Terminal 3 West Modernization Project at San Francisco International Airport.
A registered architect in New York and California, he received his bachelor of science in architectural design from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
About TEF Design
Established in 1997, the San Francisco–based architecture and interior design practice serves clients throughout the Bay Area and California. Its diverse portfolio, distinguished by local, state, and national awards, encompasses projects for the education, civic/government, healthcare, housing, commercial, and corporate clients. Through authentic collaboration and a commitment to craftsmanship, performance, value, and sustainability, the firm’s staff of 35 creates enduring places where people come together to share ideas and build community. For more information, visit www.tefarch.com.