DALLAS, TX (www.KAITexas.com) – KAI Texas has added Frank Mills, AIA* as a senior project manager in the firm’s Dallas headquarters. “Frank will help KAI Texas become a stronger design and build resource in Dallas and throughout Texas,” says Darren L. James, AIA, President and COO of KAI Texas.
Mills is a Registered Architect and a Registered Interior Designer with over 35 years experience in architecture, program management, and professional administration. He has managed world-class medical projects in the Middle East including the University Hospital in Dubai and a confidential Medical Center in Doha Qatar. He has also completed a variety of state, federal, and private projects primarily in medical and educational architecture, including projects for the Veterans Administration, the Corps of Engineers, and the State of Texas. He has provided architectural and design expertise for over 60 medical campuses in ten states and is well versed in hospital licensing codes, Life Safety codes, building codes for hospitals, hospital planning, and programming and construction techniques.
A member of the U.S. Green Building Council, Mills also donates time to significant civic groups. He has served on the City of Dallas Urban Rehabilitation Standards Board, where he was vice chairman. He has also served on the City of Dallas Electrical Review Board, has held various positions with the White Buffalo District Boy Scouts of America including district chairman, and has been a member of the East Dallas Rotary Club and the East Dallas Chamber of Commerce.
About KAI Texas
KAI Texas, LC is a Texas Corporation headquartered in Dallas with offices in San Antonio and Fort Worth. Founded in 1999 and led by President and COO Darren L. James, AIA, KAI Texas provides program and construction management services, architecture, and mechanical/electrical/plumbing (MEP) engineering services. KAI Texas is involved in projects across the State of Texas, working with clients including Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), independent school districts such as Dallas ISD, Irving ISD, San Antonio ISD and Fort Worth ISD, the JPS Health Network, Parkland Health & Hospital System, Texas A&M Corpus Christi, Texas Woman’s University, and the Galveston Housing Authority. KAI Texas is a leading proponent of integrating collaborative approaches with the latest technologies, such as BIM.
*AIA behind a person’s name designates that the individual is an architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects. Members have to be registered architects in at least one state and must fulfill an annual continuing education requirement.