Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, today announced that Matt Chaiken has been promoted to Vice President in the firm’s Denver office. Chaiken joins the firm’s executive team, oversees the leadership of the Denver office and leads Ware Malcomb’s largest corporate accounts.
Chaiken joined Ware Malcomb as Project Architect in the firm’s Architecture Studio in 2004 and helped build and grow the firm’s architecture and interior design practice in the Denver market. In 2006, he was promoted to Studio Manager and, later that year, to Regional Director. Over the past 16 years, Chaiken has successfully expanded the firm’s Denver operations with new clients, services and project types. Select high-profile projects designed by Ware Malcomb in the area include: TruStile’s office/manufacturing headquarters in Denver; 1900 Grant Street office repositioning in Denver; Kärcher’s North American headquarters in Aurora; Crossroads Commerce Center in Denver; and the Leopold Bros. distillery in Denver.
“We are appreciative of Matt’s leadership, which has helped us build a strong, connected culture,” said Matt Brady, Executive Vice President of Ware Malcomb. “He was an early champion of our civil engineering practice and has an important leadership role with some of our largest corporate accounts. We look forward to his contributions for many years to come.”
A licensed architect in Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Virginia, and Wyoming, Chaiken has wide experience across all facets of architecture. He has overseen a variety of industrial, office, distribution, technology and retail projects throughout his career. Chaiken is NCARB certified, a LEED Accredited Professional, and a member of NAIOP. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Kansas. Chaiken has been a speaker at national and local commercial real estate industry events and authored multiple thought leadership articles.