Managing Architect/Associate Partner
Tom Keogh, Managing Architect/Associate Partner, has over twenty years of experience in the design of buildings for educational institutions, corporations, and preservation projects. He joined Train Architects in 1994 and has been responsible for managing Train’s work at the University of Virginia since 1999 including our work at Smiddy Hall on the campus of the College at Wise, all of our work for the School of Law, and the relocation and restoration of Varsity Hall. In 2007 he was named managing architect for the firm and is responsible for the oversight of the day to day functions of the office.
Prior to joining Train, Tom was a project architect at VMDO architects for higher education projects at Emory University, Randolph College (formerly Randolph Macon Woman’s College), Washington & Lee University, Hampden Sydney College , and the University of Virginia. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Williams College, and his Masters in Architecture from the University of Virginia. Prior to receiving his masters degree, Tom was a carpenter building custom houses in Central Virginia.