Mike is Principal and CEO of Kodet Architectural Group, Ltd. Mike has extensive experience managing complex projects through all phases of design, development, and construction. He is well versed in a wide range of building types and has been a key leader in Kodet’s government work.
Teri is Principal and Secretary of Kodet Architectural Group, Ltd. Teri Nagel has been with Kodet Architectural Group for over 20 years and has worked in all aspects of projects, from construction administration, marketing, to construction documents, programming and specifications.
Kyle enjoys the diversity of project types Kodet is known for, and likes seeing projects go from concept to reality. As such, his responsibilities include working through various project phases with an emphasis in construction documentation on a wide variety of project types. These include educational K-12 schools, churches, and transit facilities.
John’s responsibilities at Kodet include strong project management, construction observation, field verification, code research, cost estimating, and coordination of drawings with consultants and engineers. John has worked on all phases of design and construction for many types of buildings ranging from Religious, Historical, Educational, Housing, Libraries, Maintenance, Recreational and Military.
Adam comes to architecture with a background in art and custom fabrication. He is currently pursuing a Masters of Architecture at the University of Minnesota, and learning the practice of professional architecture while interning with Kodet Architectural Group. He enjoys Kodet’s commitment to quality and strong legacy of community engagement.
David holds a Bachelors of Architecture degree from Iowa State University, College of Design and has been practicing as an intern Architect for over a year. David’s collaborative process is a good fit with that of Kodet Architectural Group where all seek appropriate solutions that serve the end users, perform well, and can be delivered efficiently.
Erin Kindell is finishing the Master of Architecture program at the U of M, where she serves as an AIAS AXP Student Licensing Advisor and an organizer for the Women in Architecture Student Organization. She is particularly interested in the social and historical dimensions of architecture and the design of public space. She enjoys Kodet’s work in the public sector and the variety of projects and phases she is able to take part in.