Clint Evans, Co-President / Principal Architect at NSPJ Architects

Clint Evans, AIA, NCARB

Co-President and Principal Architect
Clint Evans co-manages the firm and has served as the principal architect on many of the firm’s projects. He leads an incredibly bright and talented staff whose dedication and excellent problem-solving skills elevate his ability to broaden the firm’s portfolio of project types. His practice currently focuses on historic renovations and adaptive reuse, nationwide retail roll-out, multi-unit residential buildings, and single-family residential homes. In every project, he enjoys getting to know the client personally so that both he and the firm can best serve the client’s needs. With the numerous projects delivered to date, he continues to build on a wealth of past project experience to anticipate potential problems and address them early in the production process. This includes not only construction issues, but also code-related issues based on his experience working in jurisdictions nationwide.

Some of Clint’s recent projects include the Power & Light Apartments, Centropolis on Grand, Congress Lofts, and Sky on Main. NSPJ is also the nationwide prototype architect for CenturyLink retail stores, as well as an approved architectural vendor for both Amazing Lash and Massage Heights, with several locations completed to date. Clint has designed and implemented the roll-out of approximately 75 retail stores, including seven locations for Mexico-based Iusacell and Presta Prenda, five locations for Saudi Arabia-based Zonik, and over 55 locations for Embarq/Century Link.

Clint also spearheads firm recruitment and hiring. All candidate resumes are reviewed by Clint first, and he determines which candidates will advance. He participates in all candidate interviews and, with Co-President Tim Homburg, makes all hiring decisions.

Kansas State University, Bachelor of Architecture, 1991

Registrations & Certifications
North Carolina
South Carolina
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
The American Institute of Architects (AIA)

Project Awards
2017 Capstone Award for Adaptive Reuse (Power & Light Apartments)
2017 Capstone Award for Multifamily (Centropolis on Grand)
2017 Historic Kansas City Preservation Award: Excellence (Power & Light Apartments)
2017 Historic Kansas City Preservation Award: Honors (Congress Lofts)
2017 Economic Development Corporation of Kansas City Cornerstone Award (Power & Light Apartments)

Downtown Council of Kansas City

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