Joshua Kiehl was a member of John Milner Architects from 2002-2008 and re-joined the firm in 2018. He was elevated to Senior Associate in 2020. Joshua brings a strong background in technical expertise, project management and design to the firm. During his previous tenure with JMA, much of Joshua's focus was on traditional residential architecture. In the interim, Joshua's work included a range of existing building renovations and adaptive reuse projects for a variety of institutional, ecclesiastical and government clients. Joshua is a Registered Architect and received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Drexel University where he received the Michael Pearson Prize Silver Medal for his thesis project, and where he was awarded the AIA Henry Adams Certificate for “Excellence in the Study of Architecture”. Between 2011 and 2013, Joshua teamed with the Weyerhaeuser Company to design housing in Chambrun, Haiti, following the 2010 earthquake in Port-a-Prince. In 2014 Joshua was presented with the Young Architects Award by AIA Central Pennsylvania, and in 2015, the Unrivaled Service Award by Entech Engineering, recognizing his work in Haiti. Joshua has presented at the Pennsylvania Housing Research Center RBDC Conference and the PSATS Educational Conference. Joshua has served in a variety of volunteer positions including as an Advisory Member on the Planning and Preservation Committee of the Elfreth's Alley Association, on the Board of Directors for AIA Central Pennsylvania, and on the Board of Directors for ICAA Philadelphia. Joshua has also served on several long-range planning and building committees for Veritas Academy and Wheatland Presbyterian Church in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. In his personal life, Joshua enjoys reading, upland bird hunting and traveling with his wife, two daughters, and son.