Construction of a new headquarter building for an internationally prominent non-profit required consensus on new furniture and fixtures, with sensitive facilitation of multiple interests. Ken formed a multi-disciplinary team with academic researchers which determined requirements and designed office standards. He set an aggressive project schedule combined with individualized implementation, and negotiated terms $1.1 million below market value.
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- Evil Must Bow to God
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