Jeremy Krug

  • Senior Architect Technician / Senior Associate
  • Kansas City

As a Project Designer, Jeremy has worked on numerous projects varying from small-scale baseball and softball complexes, training facility designs to large-scale venues and stadiums. Jeremy joined Populous in 2003 as an intern working on multiple projects such as the University of Missouri Athletics Training Complex and the University of Minnesota TCF Bank Stadium. After receiving his Masters of Architecture from the University of Kansas, Jeremy began his work on the Rutgers Basketball Training Facility Design. Jeremy recently served as the project designer for both the University of Arkansas Football Center and the University of South Florida Basketball Training Facility.

During his time on multiple design projects, Jeremy’s responsibilities have focused on the functionality and adjacencies of each facility, as well as the overall design aesthetics from both a recruiting impact and campus integration. Currently, Jeremy is contributing in all phases of design, from concept to contract documents, for The University of Arkansas Football Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The facility is scheduled to open in the summer of 2013.

As a Project Designer, Jeremy has worked on numerous projects varying from small-scale baseball and softball complexes, training facility designs to large-scale venues and stadiums. Jeremy joined Populous in 2003 as an intern working on multiple projects such as the University of Missouri Athletics Training Complex and the University of Minnesota TCF Bank Stadium. After receiving his Masters of Architecture from the University of Kansas, Jeremy began his work on the Rutgers Basketball Training Facility Design. Jeremy recently served as the project designer for both the University of Arkansas Football Center and the University of South Florida Basketball Training Read More »

Work

University of Missouri Mizzou Athletics Training Complex

  • Columbia
  • 2007

Washington State University Martin Stadium Renovation

  • Pullman
  • 2008

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