"In my younger years, I played high school football and basketball for the Wheelersburg Pirates and was cocaptain of the 1984 Ohio Class AA State Runners-up. I played three years for Case Western, with a memorable game in the fall of 1985 at the US Naval Academy where I scored twelve points before being knocked out of the game early in the second half by Navy center and legend David Robinson! With roots in Ohio, I remain a rabid fan of the Ohio State University Buckeyes. Nowadays I love to travel, and I love photography. Hawaii, Alaska, Wyoming, and Oregon are favorite US destinations, with Costa Rica, Banff, Italy, France, Spain, and Portugal as favorite foreign trips. My wife Pat and I love to hike, sightsee, learn the history of our destinations, and enjoy local food and drink, while capturing it all on film.” – Craig
Craig cofounded BK with Dan Kubican in 2000 after beginning his career with Barber & Hoffman, Inc. Consulting Engineers in Cleveland, Ohio, from 1988 to 1997 and then spending three years as the director of structural engineering at CMW, Inc. in Lexington, Kentucky. His project types are varied and include office, collegiate, K-12, health care, renovation/restoration, and specialty structures. Because of his wealth of experience, Craig participates in forensic engineering to solve complex problems and often serves as an expert witness for claims and litigation. From beginning it as a two-man operation, Craig steadily grew BK into the successful company it is today through his dedication to building lasting client relationships.
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, 1988
Case Western Reserve University