Carol Kuong

Project Manager | Architecture Group
First inspired from a college lecture discussing architect’s role during natural disaster events, Carol finds her passion with building better environment to improve people’s lives. After graduated from University of California, Berkeley, Carol first worked on a window and heater replacement project for a HUD-funded public housing complex, under a local community organization. She saw first-hand how construction activities could have an impact to end users’ daily lives, and also how the project could enhance their living situations. Since then, she wanted to get involved with the design and construction side, to be part of the team creating functional spaces at beginning of the process.

Fast forward, Carol, a California licensed architect, has developed her 10-year career within the architecture industry. Ranging from replacing exterior signage to working on nearly 100,000 sq. ft. new hospital tower built-out, Carol has involved with many projects with different schedule and budgetary requirements, while still creating functional and aesthetic spaces. Through her experiences with OSHPD projects, especially during Construction Administrative phase, she has developed skills to achieve thoroughness and accuracy within technical details and proper documentations.

She believes that a project constantly goes through discovery and solution stage, as it progresses through the design and construction phases. Carol has learned to work collaboratively with other stakeholders, to identify and respond to these varies design needs every step along the way.
After spending her entire life living within urban metropolitan cities, Carol recently moved to the City of Concord with her fiancé. She enjoys playing tennis, hanging out with friends and walking trails in the neighborhood parks.