Richard B. Kraybill, Architect
Kansas Architectural License # 2783
Kansas State University, Bachelor of Architecture,1968
Current member, American Institute of Architects (AIA) Board of Directors, Homestead Health Center(1999-2005) Wichita Historic Preservation Board Member(1985-1989)
Mr. Kraybill has 32 years of facility design experience. After graduating from Kansas State University, he served 5 years in the Air Force. After a semester of graduate work, he worked for Curtis Associates Architects and Lutz, Daily & Brain in Kansas City. He became an associate of Glenn E. Benedick in Wichita in1980. Mr.Kraybill purchased the firm in 1986 and has been the project architect for many public use facilities since that time, including the current construction of five new fire stations for Sedgwick County and a new substation.
Richard provides services for city, county, state, and federal government agencies, including various “50year” buildings such as fire and public safety facilities. His project management experience includes EMS stations in Andover, Augusta, Rose Hill, Goddard and Eldorado (County EMS headquarters).