Ebong Ukor, AIA, NCARB

Senior Manager, Architecture

Bachelor of Architecture, 1984
Bachelor of Environmental Science, 1984
University of Oklahoma


Ebong Ukor

Throughout his more than 35 years of experience in the architecture industry, Mr. Ukor has cultivated the incisive ability to identify, research, and optimize complex design details. His extensive portfolio of base building and interior architecture projects demonstrates that a design’s overall success results from having tackled and resolved its intricacies. This meticulous consideration of how to maximize the utility of multiple components, combined with a commitment to truly listen to a client’s needs, makes Ebong an invaluable asset to any project team. Whether working on government, private-sector, or institutional projects, Ebong approaches each one as a multi-faceted challenge, analyzing every angle to ensure appropriate resolution. His most recent projects include the showroom addition at BMW of Sterling; the design of a farm-to-table brewery and restaurant for Caboose Brewing Company; and the interior detailing of the Intelligence Community Campus-Bethesda, which received an Honor Award from the Potomac Valley Chapter of the AIA. Ebong most enjoys master planning and, accordingly, has contributed to the design of the Eko Atlantic Medical Center campus in Lagos, Nigeria; the Yenagoa City Centre in Yenagoa, Nigeria; and the Diamond City Centre in Gaborone, Botswana.