Scott Kilbourn named COO of Perkins Eastman D.C. office

The Washington, D.C. office of design firm Perkins Eastman has announced that Scott Kilbourn has joined as a  principal and COO of its Washington, D.C. office. rincipal and Chief Operating Officer of the firm’s growing international practice. Kilbourn joins with more than 28 years of design and planning experience for communities, buildings, and interiors in hospitality, retail/mixed-use, corporate office, and healthcare—most recently focusing on high-density, mixed-use developments. In his role as COO International, he will join the firm’s existing domestic and international management team to oversee the day-to-day operations of the firm’s international offices, staff, and overseas projects.
 
Chairman and CEO Bradford Perkins said that international growth is a continued focus for the firm. "We have been committed to building a practice that can work anywhere in the world," Perkins said. "Our international practice—involving most of our core practice specialties—has been growing rapidly in China, Southeast Asia, India, and the Middle East; we expect this growth to continue."
 
Prior to joining Perkins Eastman, Kilbourn was a vice president at RTKL, where he worked in the Hong Kong, Tokyo, Shanghai, and Washington, D.C. offices. His work is global and includes built projects in Japan, China, Hong Kong, Philippines, Korea, Taiwan, Russia and throughout the U.S.

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