Ed Kratil, Associate
Ed is the firm’s primary draftsperson and is responsible for management of the Building Information Modeling (BIM) systems on all projects. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Magna Cum Laude, in Film, Photography, and Visual Arts from Ithaca College, as well as a two-year degree in Architectural Technology. Ed has been working in the architectural field since 1996.
Brian A. Davis, Project Architect
Brian is a recently licensed and registered architect in New York State. His educational background includes a Master of Architecture degree from Norwich University, a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture with a minor in Construction Management, and an Associate’s degree in Architectural Engineering Technology from Luzerne County Community College. Brian has been working in the architecture/construction field since 2004.
Noy Chansavath-Davis, Architectural Associate
Noy has a Master of Architecture Degree from Norwich University as well as a minor in Art. Her undergraduate degrees include her Bachelors degree in Science, also from Norwich University, and her Associates degree in Architectural Studies and Design from SUNY Morrisville. Noy has been working in the architecture field since 2008 and was the Project Architect and Assistant Project Manager for the Neighborhood Pride grocery store in Ithaca. Next up, Noy will be starting her IDP as she is interested in becoming a fully licensed architect in the future.
Jason Chace (Jace), Architectural Associate
Jace graduated from SUNY Alfred State College with a Bachelors of Science in Architectural Technology. In his junior year at Alfred State, he continued his education abroad in Sorrento, Italy at Sant’ Anna Institute which contributed to his degree. He brings his knowledge of Autodesk Revit to JKDA.
Andy Sprague, Staff Consultant
Andy is the Principal Architect and founder of Studio Mosaic Architecture in Corning. His experience ranges from small residential additions to major health care facilities; garden greenhouses to 3-story atriums in hospital entry systems; single- and multi-family housing to senior living facilities. More recently, he has become involved in urban living projects within historic districts.