Designing and managing a diverse range of project types spanning community and collegiate recreation facilities to event centers, Chris Kastelic has proven his skills time and again with his talent in developing award-winning designs and communicating his vision through exceptional sketches and renderings. He is a gifted listener, responding to client goals through creative design solutions reflective of their ideals.
A regular speaker at Athletic Business, National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association and National as well as Regional Parks and Recreation Conferences, Chris contributes his expertise and insight to sport and recreation organizations throughout the country. He also has served on multiple design award juries for sports and recreation project awards.
Among his favorite accomplishments are the award-winning designs for the Williston Area Recreation Center, Stapleton Central Park Recreation Center, Northern Arizona University Aquatics & Tennis Complex. His work at Hutchinson Sports Arena and the Inner Mongolia Arena (which hosted events for the 2008 Summer Olympics) in China are among his favorite projects as well.
In 2010, Chris was named the AIA Denver Young Architect of the Year. He graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture degree with special honors from the University of Arizona.