Todd Renyer, a native Kansan, currently lives in Topeka with his wife Erinn and two children Katrin and Aidan. He has dedicated his career to the rehabilitation and reuse of older and historic buildings. With a strong belief in the viability of historic structures and their importance within the larger community, Todd works to ensure the longevity of functional and efficient buildings for future generations. Todd holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Kansas and meets the qualifications as a Professional Historical Architect per the Code of Federal Regulations, 36 CFR Part 61. He is a senior historic preservation architect and project manager with Treanor Architects. In addition, Todd was appointed to the U.S. Senate Curatorial Advisory Board for the current 113th Congress by Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan, who is one of the five member U.S. Senate Commission on Art. He currently serves as KPA’s President along with being the Awards For Excellence Chair. His favorite Kansas building is the Kansas Statehouse. He has spent over 9 years of the 14-year project, working on the South Wing, North Wing, Rotunda, Visitor Center and site phases.