San Francisco, CA—Kuth | Ranieri Architects has promoted Michael McGroarty, RA, LEED AP, to the position of senior associate, announced Byron Kuth, FAIA. With the firm since 2013, McGroarty has more than 16 years of experience as an architect, designing civic, cultural, recreational, residential, and commercial projects.
His current projects with the firm include the renovations of the Randall Museum Renovation and the Balboa Pool in San Francisco; the design of the new Museum of the American Indian in Novato, California; and residential remodels in Idaho and California. Prior to joining Kuth | Ranieri, his projects included the Saratoga Center for Wildlife Conservation in the county of Santa Clara, California; the Burlingame Tennis Facility in Burlingame, California; and several projects for Menlo School in Atherton, California.
A registered architect, McGroarty received his master of architecture degree from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design in 2001 and his bachelor of architecture from Pennsylvania State University in 1997.
About Kuth | Ranieri Architects
Kuth | Ranieri Architects was founded in 1990. Over the last two decades, the firm has produced a broad spectrum of projects, from small-scaled objects and installations to buildings and urban design proposals. Kuth | Ranieri has earned
regional and national reputation for innovative works that integrate current cultural discourse with contemporary issues of design, technology and the environment.