Kenneth Weston will join the University of New Hampshire as executive director of campus stewardship this fall. His first day at UNH will be Sept. 7.
Weston is a registered architect in New Hampshire and Maine and has worked on many significant projects on the UNH campus, including the Hamel Recreation Center and the newly renovated telecommunications building, which recently won Design Excellence Awards in both New Hampshire and Maine.
Weston brings a strong background in sustainability and integrated design to UNH and said he is excited to join the UNH community to help advance those efforts.
He was most recently a principal with Oak Point Associates of Portsmouth and has more than 25 years of experience designing and managing multi-disciplinary projects throughout the New England region. During his time in the private sector his strength in architectural design, commitment to client satisfaction and collaborative team approach have pushed explorations into relevant, evocative design solutions that address cultural, environmental and client needs.
Weston holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Roger Williams University.