- Bachelor of Architecture, Virginia Tech (1987)
David Keith is a design principal and the President of Hanbury. His work spans a wide range of building types, and his career has centered around creating environments that promote great people, integrated design approaches and innovative design leadership. At Hanbury, he provides leadership for both the firm and projects. David values creating spaces that engage with their surroundings and the people that experience them. He enjoys opportunities to find out what clients are trying to achieve, develop a series of ideas and a clear vision, and propose ideas that bring life to their hopes and dreams. He believes when we understand the potential of our clients, we can be truly innovative. David is an active member of the Virginia Beach Resort Advisory Commission Planning and Design Review Committee and has served as the Past-President for the Hampton Roads Design-Build Institute of America.
"I think architects and planners are great problem solvers. We have the ability to take on a complex array of issues and find patterns and balance to assist in sound decision making. These skills work at many scales and for an assortment of situations."