William Kenworthey, AIA, is a Principal and leads HOK’s planning, urban design and public realm projects across the Northeast. With 20 years of experience, Bill has worked with government agencies, private developers, Fortune 500 Companies, major universities, and medical centers on high profile transformational projects. He has focused on the resilient development of coastal cities and applying those lessons learned to urban design efforts throughout the country.
Bill’s current projects include the Hartford Capital Gateway Concept Master Plan in Connecticut; the LaGuardia Airport Master Plan in New York; the Gurgaon Mixed-Use Entertainment District in India; and the Yeshiva University Concept Master Plan in Manhattan. His past experience includes built projects such as the Miracle Mile and Giralda Avenue Streetscapes in Coral Gables, FL and the Roberts Center Research Campus for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. He previously worked as an associate urban designer for the New York City Department of City Planning.
Bill frequently presents at university and industry events about urban design and resiliency. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the Wentworth Institute of Technology and a Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University.