LEADERSHIP

WORKING WITH YOU AS YOUR CHURCH ACHIEVES A NEW PHASE OF LIFE.

The McKnight Group is comprised of two companies that work in close alignment. McKnight & Hosterman, Architects, Inc. provides design and architectural expertise, and McKnight Development Corporation serves as construction management.

David K. McKnight

President, McKnight Group Representative, Owner

David received his Bachelor of Arts in Business Management and Marketing from Muskingum University. David trained in church health, using natural church development. Since 1984 he has worked at McKnight Development Corporation and now has decades of experience. Included in his responsibilities are leading The McKnight Group and partnering with churches to find solutions to their facility needs. David is an active member of the Grove City Church of the Nazarene and serves in his local church in many capacities.

Philip J. Tipton, AIA, NCARB

Vice President of Architecture, McKnight Group Representative

Philip received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and holds a National Council of Architectural Registration Boards Certificate, as well as current architectural licenses in numerous states. Philip joined The McKnight Group in 1995. His primary responsibilities include client relationships, schematic design and architectural staff management. Philip is an active member of Crossroads Church in Circleville, OH and serves in his local church in many capacities.

Homer R. McKnight

Founder, Chief Executive Officer, Architect, Owner

Homer received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from The Ohio State University. He also holds a National Council of Architectural Registration Boards Certificate Emeritus. Founding The McKnight Group in 1970, he has experience in all phases of construction and architectural practice, and has built more than five hundred projects of all types. Homer has led more than a thousand volunteers on mission trips to construct chapels, clinics, and schools in thirty-nine countries on five continents. Homer only works when called on these days, lending his half century of experience to certain projects.