Kelly L. Clarke, RA, AIA, NCARB


Ms. Clarke is an Architect at Centerline Architects, registered in the state of Vermont.  She designs, manages, and produces drawings for projects large and small.  Clients appreciate her attention to detail and strong organization skills, which keep projects moving forward efficiently and on schedule.  She is the office expert on accessibility and has performed accessibility surveys based on the regulations of the American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Massachusetts Architectural Access Board (MAAB).  

Ms. Clarke graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science and Master of Architecture from Roger Williams University, in Bristol, Rhode Island.  She was awarded the AIA Henry Adams Certificate, as the second ranking graduate.  During her studies, she participated in the Honors Program and the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) and was inducted into the Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society and Alpha Chi Honor Society.


Ms. Clarke is interested in the community development and has volunteered time towards designing and fundraising for the Park at 336, a public park in downtown Bennington.  She is a member of the Advisory Board for the Shires Young Professionals and serves as the Chair of the Volunteering Initiative.  She also regularly volunteers for local non-profit organizations, including the Bennington County Coalition for the Homeless, the Bennington Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Bennington Downtown Alliance. 


Registered Architect: VT

Member: American Institute of Architects
Advisory Board, Volunteering Initiative Chair: Shires Young Professionals

Former Board Member, Fundraising Chair: Bennington Downtown Alliance


ICC BSA-VT Seminar - Accessibility & Historic Buildings in Vermont Building Codes
ACX 2016 - Vermont Architecture and Construction Expo, Health, Wellness, and Evidence-Based Design