“The London shareholders banded together to make an offer to purchase the London operation—the space, the people, and all the contracts that we had,” says KPF chairman A. Eugene Kohn, FAIA. “They rather surprised us.” At the time, the firm had a total of 13 shareholders, and the rest of the team rejected the offer.
Eugene Kohn discusses how KPF is weathering the recession. Click here to view a larger version of this video. Kohn also recently spoke with RECORD about founding his firm during a recession in the 1970s.