Becker Morgan Group employees earn professional licensure

JOSEPH M. KOTT

Kevin M. Utz and Joseph M. Kott of the Becker Morgan Group have their professional exam to become licensed architects.

Utz and Kott fulfilled the educational, experience and examination requirements set forth by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards to become two of 18 licensed architects on the Becker Morgan Group staff.

Utz graduated from Marywood University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Architecture and has been with the firm for four years. He is an active member of the American Institute of Architects Chesapeake Bay, serving as president-elect on the board of directors. Since joining Becker Morgan Group, he has developed a concentration in commercial facilities, taking an active role in many of the firm’s large projects, most notably the award-winning Datwyler Pharmaceutical manufacturing facility in Middletown, Del.

Kott is a graduate of Temple University, holding a Master of Architecture (2017) and a Bachelor of Science in Facilities Management (2014). He joined the firm in 2018 and has five years of professional experience with a concentration in hospitality. Outside the office, he is an adjunct professor and a member of the Architectural Advisory Board at Delaware Technical Community College. Most recently, He has been involved with the Ocean City Convention Center Expansion and Improvements in Ocean City.

Becker Morgan Group provides Architecture & Engineering services with offices in Delaware, Maryland and North Carolina. For more information, visit www.beckermorgan.com.

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