Mike Kelly, KCBA Architects, BCEDC Member
Mike Kelly is a Bucks County resident and a principal of KCBA Architects, a leading architectural firm in Pennsylvania that specializes in educational, governmental, institutional, commercial, religious, and senior living projects. Since joining KCBA in 2006, he has played a central role in shaping many of the firm’s high-profile local projects such as multiple school upgrade projects at Central Bucks and Palisades School Districts, major projects at BCCC including the new Science Center at Newtown Campus, and the new Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Doylestown.
Mike is very active with professional and community planning and advocacy groups. In addition to serving as a member of Borough Council in Chalfont, he currently acts as the architect representative on Governor Wolf’s School Safety and Security Committee and is the chair of the AIA Pennsylvania Subcommittee for Education. He graduated from Syracuse University’s School of Architecture in 1998, is a Registered Architect, LEED Accredited Professional, and Accredited Learning Environment Planner from A4LE. Mike lives in Chalfont with his wife and two children and proudly coaches with the Lenape Valley Baseball Association.