After graduating from Dominican High School, Kimberly Hosch attended Louisiana State University where she earned her Bachelor of Architecture.
While in school she worked as an intern for Murray Architects in Destrehan, Louisiana. Here she established a solid foundation of real world experience as a member of the conceptual design team for the St. Charles Hospital Emergency Department addition and the production team for the interior renovation and redevelopment of the Louis Armstrong International Airport.
Mrs. Hosch began working full time with MetroStudio in 2011 soon after receiving her degree from LSU. Since at MetroStudio, she has participated in the development phases of several commercial projects such as the Joy Theater and The Refresh Project on Broad Street in New Orleans. She has also played integral roles in the design and production of several residential projects, including the Grenrood Residence in the Lake Vista area of New Orleans and the Folsom Residence, a renovation/addition project consisting of the integration of 2 existing cottages and barn in Folsom, Louisiana. Her roles vary among a wide range of architectural phases and components, including planning, schematic design, design development, construction documents, and interior design.
Mrs. Hosch continues to play an integral role in managing MetroStudio’s Building Information Modeling, (BIM) office standard; as well as expanding the role and capacity of BIM systems in the offices project management and delivery services.