Dan Kalkman, WELL AP, LFA

Project Designer


Dan's lifelong intrigue with biologic systems, both human-focused and natural, significantly informs his design philosophy. His approach to building and space design has the ultimate goal of positively impacting an experience of wellbeing for the people that use them. Dan is motivated by the simple notion that our built environment can, and should, help us live healthier, happier and more productive lives.

Dan brings a variety of project experience in building type and construction methodologies which respond to their site and contributing parameters.

  • Master of Architecture, University of Kansas

  • Bachelor of Science, Biology, Baker University

  • Living Future Accredited

  • WELL Accredited Professional

  • LEED Green Associate

  • American Institute of Architects, Associate

  • International Living Future Institute, Member

  • US Green Building Council, Wisconsin, Member

  • Sustainable Building Education to students from the Riveredge Nature Center

  • USGBC Wisconsin's Annual Sustainability Roundtable | Subject matter expert : Wellness in the Built Environment

  • Workplace Evolutionaries - WE:Hub Event | Roundtable discussion facilitator

  • WCWI Annual Conference, Skill Building Session Presenter | Reimagine the WorkPLACE to Inspire Wellbeing


Lakeshore State Park

Fastenal Corporate Office

Life Church

Grand Avenue Mall Redevelopment

Garver Feed Mill