SFS Architecture

People

Kelly Batcheller-Mummey

Kelly is an accomplished architect with a diverse mix of projects in her portfolio of work – everything from academic facilities to museums to courthouses to private residences.  She seeks creativity in unexpected places and enjoys getting her hands dirty, playing around with different materials to see what she can come up with.  A founding member of the Parkville Nature Sanctuary, Kelly together with a group of volunteers blazed miles of trails through a heavily wooded area to create this outdoor nature center.  She salvaged and repurposed material from an abandoned cabin to create the award-winning Jeannette Robins Meeting Place.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture,  University of Kansas, 1989

Recent Projects

St. Michael the Archangel High School
KCMO Municipal Courthouse Renovation
Building Engineering Reports/Physical Condition Assessments for Federal Properties
Sioux City Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse Feasibility Study
Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP) IDIQ Contract
FBOP AUSP Thomson Site and Facility Improvements

Community Involvement

American Institute of Architects - Kansas City
Tremont Manor Subdivision Homes Association; Architectural Review Committee - Chair
Boy Scouts of America