Kilgore Joins Radium Architecture

GREENVILLE, SC – Radium Architecture is pleased to announce that G. Scott Kilgore, AIA, has joined the firm as Principal/Shareholder. Kilgore is a veteran architect with over 36 years of experience including Laboratories, Local Government, Public Schools, Higher Education, and Healthcare facilities.

“We are delighted Scott is joining the firm,” said Brad Benjamin, AIA, President and Chief Executive Officer of Radium. “His extensive background in this industry will be a tremendous asset for us and our clients.”

“I look forward to working with Radium and their great clients,” said Kilgore. “I’m excited about the opportunity to help build the practice and to help our clients grow.”

Kilgore is a graduate of Clemson University with a Masters of Architecture and a Bachelors of Design. He is a member of The American Institute of Architects at the local and national level. Kilgore has served our community in a number of volunteer roles including: Rotary Club of Greenville, Meals on Wheels, GAIHN, Artisphere, Scottish Games, and the Boy Scouts of America. He is a graduate of Leadership Greenville Class 22 and has served as Scoutmaster almost 15 years for Troop 19 located at Fourth Presbyterian Church. Currently Kilgore is a Commissioner for the Greenville County Museum of Art. Kilgore recently was honored to receive the Rotary Vocational Service award and the Community Service Award from the D.A.R.

 

About Radium Architecture
Radium Architecture is an architecture studio providing diverse projects in architecture, planning, and interior environments to a wide range of clients seeking unique and efficient solutions to their goals objectives. Through this methodology, Radium works to bring purpose to the built environment by designing more sustainable and socially responsible places for our clients and our community. Formed in 2011 in Greenville, South Carolina, Radium has served a variety of public and private clients with various project types. Radium is the first Greenville-based architecture firm to support “The 1% Percent”- a national program which seeks to challenge architecture firms to pledge 1 percent of their yearly billable hours to pro bono work for community non-profits.