Architect and Town Planner Victor Dover co-founded Dover, Kohl & Partners in 1987 and serves as Principal-in-charge. Mr. Dover’s practice focuses on the creation and restoration of real neighborhoods as the basis for sound communities. He has personally led over 100 charrettes worldwide, and lectures widely both in the US and abroad on the topics of livable communities and sustainable development. Mr. Dover was cited by Architecture magazine as being among ‘‘the country’s best urban designers and architects.’’ Work by Dover & Kohl has been published in Southern Living, Urban Land, Metropolitan Home, and featured on HGTV, National Public Radio, CNN’s Earthwatch, and in BusinessWeek magazine. Their projects are also profiled in a number of planning textbooks, including The New Urbanism by Peter Katz, Community by Design by Kenneth Hall, Sustainable Urbanism by Doug Farr, and Retrofitting Suburbia by Ellen Dunham-Jones and June Williamson. Victor Dover is Chair of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) and was the Founding Chair of the CNU Florida Chapter, the first of its kind.
Andrew Georgiadis is a project director since 2001 and has participated in over 50 design charrettes with Dover Kohl. Mr. Georgiadis is a LEED-accredited professional and a member of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU). Andrew speaks five languages, including English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Greek. He uses his design and planning expertise to improve his local community as well as other international communities. He has been involved in restoring natural ecosystems and planting street trees, thereby increasing Miami’s urban canopy.Mr. Georgiadis has served on the Climate Change Task Force, Built Environment Committee, which assisted Miami-Dade County government in mitigating and adapting to climate change through sustainable planning techniques.