Kevin, who has over 30 years of facilities experience, oversees the management of the firm’s facilities, information technology, knowledge management, office services and records management. His strength is in facilities management, which includes project management, construction management, relocation, preventive maintenance and human and environmental factors. Kevin oversees the management of the firm’s outsource partners for information technology, facilities and knowledge management.

He was instrumental in the firm-wide implementation of a series of sustainable initiatives geared towards achieving the firm’s Corporate Social Responsibility goals. As a result, in 2010 Levenfeld Pearlstein was the first participant in the Green Office Challenge to reach Tier 1, the highest ranking tier for implemented energy efficiency policies. LP went on to procure this ranking two years in a row. Most recently, Kevin led the firm wide transition to a paper "less" environment through the use of technologies and procedures, paper usage within the firm has been reduced by 70%.

He is currently a member of a College of DuPage Advisory Committee with a focus on developing a facilities management curriculum for an Associate’s degree in facilities management. The long term goal is to have students move on from COD to a four-year program, which will provide a Bachelor’s degree in Facilities Management.

Kevin is also a member of the IFMA (International Facility Management Association) Councils Committee. This committee will provide critical strategic organizational guidance to industry specific councils while identifying emerging leaders who should be connected with global IFMA opportunities. He attained his Certified Facility Manager designation in 2003 and is presently serving as the current past president of the Chicago Chapter of IFMA. Kevin is also a member of the International Legal Technology Association and Association of Legal Administrators.