ANNE K. SMITH, FAIA, NCARB, LEED BD+C

 

Education:

 

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

 

Registrations:

 

Registered Architect in Georgia

 

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

 

Background:

 

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)

Background: Ellis Square, photo by Attic Fire

 

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