Hennebery Eddy Architects, Inc. is pleased to announce that firm President and Founding Principal Timothy R. Eddy has been elected to the AIA College of Fellows. Elevation to Fellow is the highest honor awarded by the AIA, and recognizes significant achievements of the individual and contributions to both the profession of architecture and society on a national level. Tim joins approximately three percent of AIA members who have earned this recognition. He will receive his Fellowship medal in April during the Investiture of Fellows Ceremony at the AIA Conference in Orlando.
Tim founded Hennebery Eddy Architects in 1992 with the late Stephen J. Hennebery. They envisioned a collaborative design firm with room for personal growth and expression. That founding spirit endures today: the firm has more than 50 staff members and has received more than 50 national, regional and local design awards for its projects throughout Portland and the Pacific Northwest. In 2017, the firm celebrates its 25th anniversary.
At Hennebery Eddy, Tim’s award-winning portfolio includes academic buildings at Willamette University, Montana State University, Portland Community College and Cascades Academy of Central Oregon. He was Principal in Charge for the renovation of the historic Federal Reserve Bank building in Portland, and is currently leading the design team for the Concourse E Expansion at Portland International Airport and a new residential environmental learning campus in Yellowstone National Park.
Tim began his career in Baltimore with RTKL Associates and later rose to Associate with Ayers Saint Gross Architects. He returned to the Northwest in 1988 and became an Associate with SERA Architects in Portland. From 2003-2010, he served on the City of Portland Design Commission. Tim currently serves on the boards of the Northwest Earth Institute and the Architecture Foundation of Oregon, and is a member of the Advisory Council for the Montana State University School of Architecture. Tim received his Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architecture (r) from Montana State University.
For more information on Fellowship, read the AIA’s announcement.