Heather McKeon is a seasoned Design Project Manager with a rich history spanning close to two decades in the industry. Her passion for design, coupled with a keen eye for detail, has propelled her to the forefront of the field.

Recognized early in her career, Heather was featured in Crain's prestigious "20 in Their 20s" list, a testament to her exceptional skills and contributions to the design world. Heather's dedication and influence in design have not gone unnoticed. She has been honored with the esteemed Crain's Women in Design Award, a recognition of her outstanding achievements and leadership in the field.

Heather McKeon has played a pivotal role in the revitalization of Detroit, leaving an indelible mark on the city's architectural landscape. Her expertise was instrumental in the successful renovation of iconic buildings such as the David Whitney Building and The Metropolitan Building. Through her work, she has breathed new life into these structures, contributing to the city's resurgence.

Known for her visionary leadership, Heather seamlessly combines creativity with strategic thinking. Her projects not only showcase her design prowess but also reflect a deep understanding of the cultural and historical significance of the spaces she transforms. As a Design Project Manager, Heather McKeon continues to shape the future of design, leaving an enduring legacy in every project she undertakes.