In his career of over 40 years, Mr. Ken Betsch, AIA, has served as the principal-in-charge and design architect for many significant master planning, civic, convention center, arena, residential, hotel, office, commercial, research, and college and university projects across the country.
As the President and Managing Principal of BetschAssociates, he is responsible for all aspects of the architectural practice including client relations, pre-design services, and project design for the firm. He founded BetschAssociates in 2005.
Throughout his career, Ken has focused on the creation of high image solutions
for his projects and has designed high profile buildings which have received public recognition for their design excellence.
His latest projects have included large complex expansion/renovations of arenas, convention centers, and college sports facilities. In addition, his expertise includes an extensive background in city master planning, community development, visioning, and urban design for a wide range of project types.
- Clemson University, Bachelor of Arts – Architecture, 1974
- Comparative Analysis of European Housing completed at Clemson's Center for Building Research and Urban Studies in Genoa, Italy, 1975
- Clemson University, Master of Architecture, 1976.
National AIA School Medal – Highest Student Award