Kendall Mahan is currently a fifth year student in the Architectural Engineering program at the Pennsylvania State University. In May 2012, he will graduate with an Integrated Bachelor and Master Degree in Architectural Engineering with a focus in Construction Management. Kendall also studied abroad in the Sede di Roma program at the Pantheon Institute in Rome, Italy where he obtained a Minor in Architectural Studies. Upon graduation, Kendall will become EIT certified, as a result of passing the FE exam in October of 2010.

In addition to studies, Kendall is active in a number of extracurricular activities, including the Student Chapter of the Partnership of Achieving Construction Excellence (S:PACE), Student Society of Architectural Engineers (SSAE), Tau Beta Pi (Engineering Honors Society), Alpha Chi Rho (Architectural Engineering Honors Society), and Intramural Soccer, Football, and Basketball.

Last summer, Kendall had the opportunity to intern with Barton Malow. During this internship, he worked in the field on Phase II of the $28M Fort Pickett Regional Training Institute outside of Blackstone, VA. The project consisted of the construction of 3 billeting buildings totaling around 120,000 SF to replace housing for soldiers that was constructed during the World World II era.

To see Kendall's resume, click here.