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Kelly Valentin Joins HKP Architects

Posted June 30th, 2022 by HKP Architects



Julie Blazek, Partner

HKP Architects


204 W Montgomery Street

Mount Vernon, WA  98273


  1. 360-336-2155



HKP Architects Welcomes Kelly Valentin as a Project Manager


Kelly received her Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from Washington State University in 2017 and Master of Architecture in 2018. After graduating, she joined Underwood & Associates, LLC in Anacortes. Over the last four years, she has developed and executed a wide range of project types including Residential, Medical, and Retail throughout Skagit and Island County. She is currently pursuing licensure.


She has a love for giving back to the community. Through volunteering in the city of Oak Harbor and producing plans for the Skagit and Island County Habitat for Humanity affiliates over the last 4 years. By giving presentations to Anacortes High School seniors and juniors that were interested in STEM majors in college Kelly is showing them what an early career in Architecture could look like.


Kelly brings to HKP Architects her strong organizational, problem-solving, and communication skills. Her ability to work as part of a team shows in her flexibility to support multiple projects when necessary. She is excited to join the team and work at creating high-value designs and minimizing environmental impact.  Current projects include Friday Harbor High School STEM Art Classroom, Respect Nursing Care ESF, and several residential master plans.

HKP Architects is a full-service architectural design firm with offices in Mount Vernon and Seattle, Washington, serving public and private clients throughout Washington State since 1952. Our portfolio includes civic buildings and spaces, educational facility planning, non-profit and community-oriented projects, and private homes. All of our projects emphasize long-term value for the client through efficient use of space, appropriate use of materials, sustainability, and the benefits of natural light throughout our buildings.