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Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1985




Registered Architect in Georgia, and South Carolina


NCARB Certification


LEED BD+C Accredited Professional


Professional Awards:


NCARB Presidential Medal for Distinguished Service, 2018

AIA College of Fellows, 2015


Bernard B. Rothschild Award, AIA Georgia, 2010


Bronze Medal, AIA Georgia, 2000


Kolman Award, AIA Savannah, 2007




Anne Smith is a native Savannahian whose professional career has spanned over 30 years. Anne’s work experience consists of both preservation and new construction for a wide variety of project types. Some of these include local government projects, hospitality, multi-family residential, commercial office buildings, medical and home health care offices and labs, retail, and restaurants. Many projects Anne has overseen have also involved working with non-profit agencies, and coordinating with volunteer boards and building committees.


Some recent project experience includes the restoration and rehabilitation of an historic oyster factory, a plantation workers cottage, a group of railroad cottages, an historic Methodist church, and the adaptive re-use of a school for African-American children. Non-profit agency work includes several projects over many years with repeat clients including: United Way of the Coastal Empire and Union Mission.


Anne began her career with a 6-year internship at Ronald Kolman Architect, which became Kolman & Smith Architects in 1991. In October 2001, the firms of Lominack Associates Architects and Kolman & Smith Architects merged to form Lominack Kolman Smith Architects.


Professional Organizations and Service:


NCARB Board Liason, BEA Committee (present)


NCARB Board of Directors, Region 3 Director (present)


American Institute of Architects, AIA Georgia (2000 President)


AIA Savannah (1996 President)


National Council for Architectural Registrations Boards, Southern Conference Board of Directors (2009 Treasurer, 2011 & 2012 Chair, 2005-Present ARE Committee)


Women in Architecture (Past Chairman)


Georgia State Board of Architects and Interior Designers (2004-Present)


National Trust for Historic Preservation (Member)


Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation (Member)


Historic Savannah Foundation (Member)


VOLTAG, Voluntary Technical Assistance Group, Certified by the State of Georgia (2000-2002)


Sertoma Club of Savannah (1995, 2002, & 2003 President)


Oglethorpe Business & Professional Women’s Club (2004 & 2005 President)


Savannah Speech and Hearing Center (2006 & 2007 President, 2009-Present Treasurer)


Telfair Academy Guild, WIBITAG (Women in Business), (2008-Present), Membership Co-Chair (2012-Present)

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