Joshua Kiehl re-joined John Milner Architects in 2018, bringing with him a strong background in design, technical expertise and project management. During his previous tenure with the firm from 2002-2008, much of Joshua’s work focused on traditional residential projects. In the interim, Joshua’s work included a wide range of existing building renovation and adaptive reuse projects for a variety of public and private clients. Joshua is a Registered Architect and received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Drexel University, where he was the recipient of the Michael Pearson Prize Silver Medal for his thesis project, along with the AIA Henry Adams Certificate for “Excellence in the Study of Architecture”. In 2015 he was awarded the AIA Central Pennsylvania Young Architects Award. In addition to memberships in the Association for Preservation Technology and the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, Joshua is an active Member of the American Institute of Architects and has served in a variety of positions on the Board of Directors for the Central Pennsylvania Chapter. Between 2011-2013 Joshua teamed with Weyerhaeuser to design and construct housing in Chambrun, Haiti, following the 2010 earthquake in Port-a-Prince. Joshua serves on the Long-Range Planning Committee for Wheatland Presbyterian Church and the Facility Search Committee for Veritas Academy, both located in Lancaster County. In his personal life, Joshua enjoys reading, training for marathons, upland bird hunting and traveling with his wife and two daughters. Joshua was named a Senior Associate of the firm in 2020.