Keith Criminger is a graduate of the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana (1987) and is a registered architect in the State of Illinois (since 1992). Keith has been a Project Manager for Worn Jerabek Wiltse Architects (WJW) on over 700 affordable residential units, a new corporate office building, and renovations to an existing church and school. He has been involved in the design, project management and construction administration on a variety of projects including Countryside Senior Apartments and the Residences at Fountain Square (independent senior housing), Indian Trail Apartments and Woodlawn Apartments (low-rise affordable housing for families), Renaissance Apartments and Shadley Apartments (renovation of existing affordable housing), Northtown Apartments (housing for people with mental illness or developmental disabilities), Montclare Senior Residences SLF of Lawndale (120-unit supportive living facility for seniors), and Hope Manor I & II in Chicago, and Hope Manor III in Joliet, IL (190 units of housing for homeless veterans and their families).
Keith also has past experience in public and non-profit projects including Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) Scattered Sites developments, a City of Chicago Empowerment Zone day care facility, The Moody Church Christian Life Center, Lawrence Hall Youth Services Residential Treatment Facility (at-risk youth school and housing campus), and New Homes for Chicago units for Bethel New Life. He also has experience with corporate interiors for IBM Corporation (various Midwest locations).
Keith is a LEED AP professional and a Self-Certified Architect and Registered Energy Professional in the City of Chicago. He also has volunteered at Mills Tower, an affordable housing building for seniors in Oak Park, IL.
- B.S., Architecture, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign