EwingCole goes through a leadership transition every six years. This transition is rooted in the principles of our company’s founders Alec Ewing and Stan Cole who believed that an orderly and scheduled transition of leadership will provide opportunities for new growth. They recognized the importance of regularly injecting a renewed outlook and vision at the top of the organization as a system for continuous evolution.

Starting in April 2017, the new leadership team includes Bob McConnell as president, Jared Loos as chief executive officer, and Keith Fallon as executive vice president. Collectively, they serve as an executive team focused on strategies for culture, growth, and innovation.

Robert McConnell, AIA

Bob joined EwingCole in 1991 working primarily in the sports practice. Prior to being elected president, he served as the firm’s director of architecture primarily focusing on recruitment, project quality, continuing education, and standardization.

Jared Loos, PE, AIA
Chief Executive Officer

Jared is both an architect and engineer, committed to an integrated and holistic approach to design.  Since joining EwingCole in 1994, he has led and contributed to many notable projects across all of the firm’s practice areas, including Science and Technology, Healthcare, Sports and Entertainment, Corporate and Academic buildings.

Keith Fallon, RA
Executive Vice President

Keith has been with EwingCole since 2003. He has worked on a variety of project types from hospitality to university athletics, and has played a key role in helping the firm enter into the charter and independent school K-12 market. For the last three years, Keith was a team leader for our education, cultural, and government groups in Philadelphia.