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Leadership Promotions

We were pleased to promote three of our architects to leadership positions in 2017.

Todd Kennedy, Principal
Todd joined the CCY team in 2000 and has proven his professional leadership and design capabilities on award-winning residences as well as complex hospitality, resort, and mixed-use projects. His contributions towards the firm’s overall strategic marketing plan, design leadership, and development of advanced project delivery systems have helped place CCY Architects at the forefront of the industry. Reflecting his belief that the most sustainable architecture results from solutions that are timeless, rooted to the site, and always forward looking, Todd's projects feature elements that are thoughtful, modern, and contextual. Projects led by Todd have received five AIA Colorado awards, including two AIA10 awards, which recognize design excellence among the most talented emerging architects in Colorado.

Todd possesses a rare rigor, always pursuing the highest quality in everything we do. His passion for design, client service, and strong leadership have made him an integral member of the CCY family and an important part of our team as we move forward. We couldn’t be more pleased to elevate him to principal.”
—Rich Carr, partner, CCY Architects

Matthew Smith, Associate
Matt Smith joined CCY Architects in 2006 and has worked on both residential and commercial projects, including the highly acclaimed Elk Camp Restaurant at Snowmass, the Yellowstone Club in Montana, and The Griffin Club in Los Angeles. In addition, he’s played a central role in helping the firm stay at the leading edge of BIM technology. In 2017, Matt's T.A.G. Residence received an Award of Merit from AIA Colorado and AIA Colorado West.

Maura “Mo” Trumble, Associate
Mo Trumble is currently overseeing and involved with commercial projects located in the Snowmass and Telluride, Colorado, and in Squaw Valley, California. She is an active member of the Roaring Fork U.S. Green Building Council and encourages community engagement and peer activities among the firm’s young professionals.

We are so pleased to recognize Matt and Mo’s talent, collaboration, and dedication towards design excellence. Their efforts play an important role in the firm’s culture, growth, and continued national recognition.” —John Cottle, partner, CCY Architects



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