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Christopher M. Haslitt


EDUCATION:
Louisiana Tech University, Bachelor of Architecture, 1992

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION:
Registered Architect, State of Louisiana
License No. 5436

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS:
Current Member, American Institute of Architects, AIA Louisiana
Current Member and Secretary, Board of Directors, AIA Baton Rouge
Volunteer, AIA 150 Florida Blvd. Inventory, March 2007
Past Member, New Orleans Chapter American Institute of Architects, 2000–2005
Past Member and Treasurer, American Institute of Architecture Students Louisiana Tech Chapter, 1992
Past Louisiana Tech Delegate to LAA Conference, 1991
Current Member and Secretary, Alumni Council, Christian Life Academy Alumni Association
Past Treasurer and Den Leader, Cub Scout Pack 796, 2004 & 2005

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Christopher M. Haslitt has been a resident of Louisiana for the majority of his life.  He received his Bachelor of Architecture from Louisiana Tech University in 1992.  He worked as a Project Architect for Burgdahl & Graves Architects in the New Orleans area for thirteen years, prior to returning home to Baton Rouge in 2005.

In his years of practice, Mr. Haslitt has developed a broad base of knowledge of all aspects of the profession of architecture.  As a firm Associate, he is a project architect in charge of the development of projects, including the completion of construction drawings and managing construction administrative issues.  His experience has been gained by working on a variety of different types of projects.  These include substantial hospitality, single and multi-family residential and commercial work to including medical, institutional, educational, municipal, retail, and religious complexes.

Mr. Haslitt is an active participant at the local level of the American Institute of Architects.  He is currently serving as the Secretary on the Board of Directors.  He has also served as a volunteer for the AIA 150 Program.  This is a program started by the local AIA chapter to help the Baton Rouge Planning Dept determine the requirements for a future redevelopment district for the Florida Blvd. business corridor.






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