Kyle Ray


Architectural Designer






P 678.254.0423

Kyle has a passion for historical Greek housing design and communicating his ideas through free-hand sketching, color 3D modeling, and renderings. He is a project designer and senior project manager in our Housing studio and has designed various housing types with more than 20 years of experience. He appreciates the size, scale, and unique complexities that Greek housing projects offer.

Some of Kyle’s significant projects include the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority house renovation at the University of Rhode Island and the Zeta Tau Alpha house at Texas Tech University.

Kyle first caught the architecture bug when he was about seven years old. He joined his father, a contractor, for on-site visits, and started developing his drawing and sketching skills when he returned home. Becoming an architect seemed logical. He says he can’t imagine doing anything else.

Kyle enjoys riding his mountain bike as much as he can. He and his wife have three daughters, and they all enjoy hiking Georgia’s trails and relaxing at any of Florida’s nearby beaches. Their dog often joins them on their adventures.

Get to know Kyle

What is the best part of your job?

The people and culture of Treanor. Everyone here has a passion for what we do!

What do you like to do outside of work?

Hang out with my family and pets, beach trips, and mountain biking.

What is your advice to young professionals in your field?

Get registered early, focus, and get good professional guidance from mentors around you. Balance work and life activities; you need both.

Notable projects

Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority at Texas Tech University

Lubbock, TX

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