Coleman Partners Architects

Robert M. (Bob) Coleman III

Georgia Institute of Technology, Bachelor of Architecture
Graduated with Highest Honor (summa cum laude) 
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
Henry Adams AIA School Medal and Certificate of Merit
Wilcox-Connally Scholarship
Vernon M. Shipley, Jr., Award for Architectural History
Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society

Adjunct Professor of Architecture, LSU School of Architecture, 1976-1981
Continuing involvement in juries for LSU School of Architecture competitions

Registered Architect, State of Louisiana
License No. 2153
N.C.A.R.B. Registration No. 32857, additional Licenses: California, Texas, Mississippi, Florida, New Jersey, New York, Hawaii, and the US Virgin Islands
LEED Accredited Professional

Member, American Institute of Architects, AIA Louisiana
Member & Past Secretary, Board of Directors, AIA Baton Rouge
Past Member, 1989 Baton Rouge Architects Selection Board
Past Member, Louisiana Music Commission
Member, Rotary Club of Baton Rouge
Member & Past Chairman, Board of Directors, Acadia State Bank of Baton Rouge
Past President, Friends of Environmental Education
Past Member, Board of Directors, American Heart Association
Past Member, Board of Directors, Junior Achievement of Baton Rouge
Past Member, Board of Directors, Treasurer, Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program
Member National Tetrathlon Committee of the United States Pony Club

Robert M. Coleman, III, has been a lifelong resident of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and received his Bachelor of Architecture with Highest Honors from Georgia Institute of Technology in 1974.  Before returning to Baton Rouge, Mr. Coleman worked briefly with the prestigious Atlanta architectural firm of Cooper Carry & Associates. 

Throughout his 35 years of practicing architecture, Mr. Coleman has built a reputation for managing large architectural projects with diverse ownership, design, and engineering consultant teams.  He has managed large projects throughout the Gulf South, New York, and the Caribbean.

With an emphasis of working on large hospitality projects, Mr. Coleman has developed a reputation of being able to manage and focus professionals of many disciplines to keep large, complex projects on track.  Design concerns, budget considerations, and scheduling are all balanced to produce architecture in which all stakeholders, including Owners, developers, building users, and building design consultants, consider successful.

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