SANTA ROSA, Calif., July 29, 2014 – Quattrocchi Kwok Architects (QKA), a Santa Rosa-based architecture firm providing master planning, design and construction administration services for K-12 education facilities, announces the addition of John Dybczak as an associate. He joins the firm from TLCD Architecture in Santa Rosa.
“We’re currently experiencing a notably busy and exciting time through the new and innovative projects we’ve been awarded and the projected influx of opportunities due to recently passed bond measures,” said QKA Principal Mark Quattrocchi. “We are poised for sustainable growth and hiring at all levels. John is an integral part of this puzzle, adding reputable expertise to our core school design work, strengthening our project management capabilities and bringing deep ties and connections in the Northern California education market. We, and our clients, are lucky to have him onboard.”
Boasting almost 20 years of education design experience, Dybczak has managed the successful completion of numerous modernization and new construction projects for public schools in Northern California. His current projects include new classroom buildings for Ross Valley School District, Martinez Unified School District and San Mateo Union High School District.
“I have long been familiar and an admirer of the high-quality and forward-thinking projects that QKA produces. Designing 21st Century educational facilities for our students is my passion and I am thrilled to be doing just that with the team here at QKA,” said Dybczak.
Active within the community and architecture industry, Dybczak serves on the Cardinal Newman High School Board of Directors and was a contributing member of the 2013 Coalition for Adequate School Housing (CASH) Conference Planning Committee. He earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.
About Quattrocchi Kwok Architects
Santa Rosa-based Quattrocchi Kwok Architects (QKA) provides comprehensive master planning, design and construction administration services for Northern California K-12 and higher education, historic renovation and community facilities. With more than $1 billion in projects completed in the company’s more than 25-year history, QKA’s award-winning portfolio reflects a commitment to design that emphasizes environmental sustainability and community impact. Recent projects include the new American Canyon High School, which is heralded as the “greenest school in America” and has achieved the highest score of a California school to date from the Collaborative for High Performance School (CHPS) verified program. Visit: www.qka.com.