HKIT was founded in 1948 by Donald L. Hardison, FAIA. In 1959, he was joined by his UC Berkeley classmate Richard Komatsu, FAIA and their partnership expanded over the years to include George Ivelich, AIA and Robert Tucker, AIA eventually forming Hardison Komatsu Ivelich & Tucker Architects in 1979. The firm changed its name to HKIT Architects in 2007. HKIT has been noted for designing award-winning schools, churches and multi-family, student, and senior housing throughout the Bay Area and California. Noteworthy legacy projects include Easter Hill Village in Richmond and UC Berkeley Student Union Complex including Zellerbach Hall.
HKIT is always on the lookout for talent. We offer a great learning environment, as well as competitive salaries and benefits. If you have talent, passion and dedication, and you are a collaborative team player, please send your resume and work samples to firstname.lastname@example.org.
HKIT Architects values diversity and inclusion within our workforce. We encourage qualified individuals from diverse backgrounds to apply for employment and professional opportunities at HKIT Architects. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
It has been our pleasure to work with HKIT on numerous successful projects spanning several decades. As designers and team members, they are committed to determining the best, most efficient solutions for the client and the project. Their understanding of the complexities of the construction process and their ability to create thoughtful designs make them one of the most respected firms in the Bay Area.