Tom Keogh is the Managing Architect at Train Architects as well as a project architect on select large scale project for the firm. As managing architect he oversees the day-to-day operations of the firm; as project architect he has direct responsibility for all phases of the project from their inception to close-out.
Tom grew up in the Midwest, was educated in the northeast, moved to Charlottesville to begin work in the carpentry trade building custom homes in Albemarle County followed by architecture school at the University of Virginia where he received his M. Arch in 1984. He has been practicing architecture in Charlottesville since graduation, at Train Architects since 1994. Notable projects at Train Architects include the Willard Hall and Virginia Hall renovations at the University of Mary Washington; the Karsh Student Services Center and the Student and Faculty Center at UVa’s School of Law; The Charlottesville Catholic School; the move, renovation / restoration of Varsity Hall at UVa; and the 113,000 SF Operations Center for Wachovia Bank. He is registered in the Commonwealth of Virginia.