The S/L/A/M Collaborative welcomes Kelly Kleppin

She will join the firm in the Orlando Studio and contribute to growth in the Florida market.

The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM) welcomes Kelly Kleppin, AIA, to our Orlando studio as a Senior Project Manager. In this role, she will focus on the development of our Corporate market in the Southeast.

“Kelly is a dynamic addition to our Corporate market,” says Chairman and National Corporate Market Lead Terri L. Finucane, IIDA. “Her success in building long-term relationships and knowledge of the local marketplace will greatly enhance our Orlando-based team.”

Her wide range of experience includes workplace design, criminal justice design, healthcare design, civic architecture, retail and entertainment design, and multi-family residential design, from 5,000 SF to 175,000 SF.

“I was very eager for the opportunity to join SLAM,” Kleppin says. “Their reputation as a design-focused firm with an impressive and committed client roster, and an inclusive company culture is a wonderful opportunity. I am looking forward to being a part of their team.”

Prior to joining SLAM, Kelly was the founder of KLPNstudio, LLC. She was also a project manager and project architect for C.T. Hsu & Associates, P.A as well as HEERY Design. Kelly earned a Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architecture from the University of Florida. She was an adjunct professor at Valencia College, and currently holds that position at the University of Central Florida.

About SLAM

The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM) is a national multi-disciplinary design firm offering architecture, planning, interior design, landscape architecture, site planning, structural and civil engineering, pre-construction, with construction services offered throughout the New England region.  Our market focus is on education, healthcare, corporate, justice, and sports sectors. Our infinite drive to unlock and solve complex design problems results in creativity in design to enrich lives. SLAM has offices in Atlanta, Boston, Denver, Glastonbury, CT, Iowa City, Los Angeles, Orlando, Philadelphia, and Providence. Learn more about SLAM at