Kenneth J. Fox - President, Senior Architect
Frederick T. Wawra - Senior Architect, Operations Manager
Stewart R. Sansevere - Senior Designer and Draftsman
Jeffrey Hezel - Senior Designer and Draftsman
Sharon Groover - Administrative Assistant and Bookkeeper
Fox Architectural Design, PC is a comprehensive and aggressive architectural firm located
in Roxbury Township in Morris County. The extensive completed body of work includes
various project types such as municipal facilities, corporate structures, retail buildings,
industrial facilities, new custom homes, and home additions.
We pride ourselves on being able to incorporate original building design with functional proficiency while advancing and utilizing emerging technologies. In addition to custom design, our architects are recognized experts in project planning, handicapped accessibility requirements, structural analysis, roofing design and materials, energy conscious design, and Planning Board presentation and testimony.
The firm has always employed a core group of registered architects and professional designers. These dedicated individuals listen to the needs of the client to provide a cost effective, conscientious, intelligent, and functional design. Our contact with clients, as well as our good relationships with contractors, allow for a smooth and efficient transition from the design to construction phases.
Fox Architectural Design also has a close working relationship with a group of related professionals to provide complete site planning services for intricate projects. With a team of surveyors and engineers available, we can develop your site into its most functional and aesthetic use by providing creative landscaping, lighting and grading techniques. We are a one-stop location for all of your site design and building development needs.
2017 is Fox Architectural Design's 30th year in business. Kenneth J. Fox, AIA PP, originally founded the firm in 1987 as a sole proprietorship. In January 2004 the firm was converted to a Professional Corporation. A licensed architect manages each project and assigns key personnel to complete the necessary tasks. This project architect is readily available to the client during the course of the project. In addition, Ken Fox acts as the principal architect, and oversees the general progress on all projects.
Computer aided drafting, and the latest technological improvements, allow us to provide the same attention to detail to multi-million dollar corporate clients as to other clients, such as municipal entities, that are on a limited budget. We have established high quality work standards and we take pride in our on-time scheduling and zero lead-time philosophy of job performance.
Centenary College Equestrian Center barn renovations (Click to see link)
New home for James Benoit - a wounded soldier (Click to see link)
Jefferson Township Rotary Pavilion (Click to see link)
Township of Roxbury Boy Scout Troop #163 Cabin
Low income housing project in Dover for the Housing Partnership of Morris County
Borough of Wharton Redevelopment Committee plans for Downtown Wharton
Fox Architectural Design prides itself on its policy of giving back to the community. Kenneth Fox personally participates in, and gives his time to a number of community based organizations. He also encourages all his employees to become involved in their home communities.
Some of the activities that the firm is involved in include:
Jefferson Township Rotary Club Kenneth Fox has been a member of the Jefferson Township Rotary Club since 1988. He was president of the club for 2 years from 1990-1992. The club's charitable projects include the annual Christmas party for underprivileged children, providing the highest amount of scholarships given by any organization for the Jefferson Township High School, providing Eagle Scout Award certificates, giving assistance to local emergency and fire squads and local charities, and promoting youth exchange to encourage world wide peace and understanding.
Rotary District Finance Committee
Affordable Housing Professionals of NJ
Housing Partnership Community Development Corporation Board (HPCDCB)
Masonry Contractors of New Jersey
Wharton Area Chamber of Commerce Kenneth Fox is a founding member of the new chamber which was created in 2004 to encourage business owners to become active in the local community.
Wharton Redevelopment Committee Kenneth Fox is voluntarily working with the Borough of Wharton on design concepts to redevelop the downtown section of Main Street. Part of the plan includes a bypass around Main Street for commercial vehicles, and a new pedestrian path and gazebo around Washington Pond.
Buildings and Grounds Committee Frost Valley YMCA Camp Kenneth Fox has been appointed to the Buildings and Grounds Committee of this expansive YMCA camp in the western Catskills.The camp, which is ever increasing their facilities for modern day campers as well as those campers in need of dialysis, is supported through the actions of the Buildings and Grounds Committee.
American Institute of Architects
Kenneth Fox is a current member of the Newark and Suburban chapter of the AIA. Both Kenneth Fox and Frederick Wawra donated their time in the Spring of 2007 for the AIA150 initiative in which they gave presentations to local 6th grade classes about designing environmentally friendly and design oriented sustainable communities.
NJ Home Remodeler's Council
Boy Scouts of America Kenneth Fox has been an Assistant Scoutmaster, a Merit Badge Counselor, and is a certified rock climbing instructor.
Dean's Council at NJIT Kenneth Fox is on the NJSOA Dean's Council at NJIT to advise the Dean of the School of Architecture and Students in the latest building materials and techniques available in the architectural profession.
County College of Morris Design Department Advisory Committee Kenneth Fox is involved with the local county college in an effort to bolster and advise the popular and dynamic design department.
Morris Hills Regional District Vocational/Technical Advisory Committee
Adjunct Professor at Berkeley College Frederick Wawra was an adjunct professor at Berkeley College in Paramus, New Jersey. He taught two-dimensional and three-dimensional computer drafting classes using AutoCAD, as well as a hand drafting and drawing course. He taught these classes from 2000 until 2005 and was responsible for the creation of the three-dimensional computer aided drafting curriculum.
Adjunct Professor at County College of Morris Frederick Wawra has been an adjunct professor at County College of Morris in Randolph, New Jersey since 2003. He has created a pair of new classes, which are now mandatory for obtaining the design degree, focused on 2D and 3D design computer aided drafting using AutoCAD. He also has taught the advanced design concepts studio and lecture course that introduces students to the nuances of design present in architecture, interior design, industrial design and fashion.