Kevin Sultanik, AIA, LEED AP, PMP
Kevin Sultanik

Kevin Sultanik, AIA, LEED AP, PMP

Director, Project Management

With over 25 years of experience as a licensed architect, Kevin’s career has been dedicated to creating sustainable, innovative, and impactful spaces. His fascination with the technical aspects of building construction, which began in high school, laid the foundation for pushing design and technology boundaries to construct more energy-conscious buildings. Throughout his extensive career, Kevin has focused on commercial, civic, and educational projects, prioritizing sustainability by minimizing environmental impact, reducing waste, and saving energy.

His journey includes military service in the US Navy during the Persian Gulf War, providing invaluable experiences working with people of diverse cultures and backgrounds. Transitioning to Arora Engineers, a growing engineering firm, presented new challenges and opportunities for growth. Drawn to Arora’s ambition for growth and innovation, he embraced the evolving landscape, leading to the creation and development of the Project Management Office (PMO).

The PMO at Arora Engineers serves as a central hub for project management expertise, aiming to elevate project performance and deliver exceptional value to clients through consistency, efficiency, and quality. The vision is to be a trusted partner and catalyst for project success, empowering the Planning and Design Group to achieve goals through best practices and effective project management methodologies. The PMO aspires to be a strategic ally, fostering a culture of success and innovation to contribute significantly to Arora Engineers’ overall success and reputation.

Did You Know

Kevin finds joy in shared hobbies with his wife and children, including traveling, woodworking, and skiing. His connection to the city of Rome is particularly special, having lived there for four months while studying architecture.

(610) 459-7952

BA, Architecture, Temple University


Registered Architect: PA, NJ

AIA, 2005, 30401997


NCARB, 79087, 1997