kurt a. segerberg

President/Principal

A founding principal of Segerberg Mayhew Architects, over the past 25 years Kurt has focused his practice on residential and resort architecture. Kurt received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Kentucky in 1975 and continued his studies  at the Washington University in St. Louis where he received his Masters of Architecture and Urban Design degree in 1977. Beginning his career in Louisville, Kentucky, Kurt gained experience as an apprentice architect before heading west to Colorado where he joined the firm Pierce Briner Fitzhugh Scott, an established local architectural firm in Vail, Colorado. By the late 1970's, the rapid expansion of Vail afforded him the opportunity to work on a variety of resort projects ranging from large custom residences to major resort development planning. Kurt's architectural career has involved him in every aspect of design and development throughout much of Colorado including his most recent accomplishments at the Empire Pass Village in Deer Valley, Utah. Kurt holds his architectural registration in Colorado, California, and Utah and is a member of the National Council of Architectural  Registration Board. Kurt has served on architectural advisory boards and committees with notable organizatons such as the Beaver Creek Resort Company. An active work schedule is maintained between his two studio offices in both Vail and Denver, Colorado.
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