RRMM Architects is pleased to announce that Chris Phillips has joined the firm as a Senior Associate and Project Manager in our Roanoke office. He brings with him over 15 years of valuable experience in architecture and engineering. Chris will be focused primarily on higher education, K-12 and municipal projects in the Southwest Virginia region. He will be heavily involved in project planning and design, overseeing construction document preparation and leading the project team through construction and project close-out.
“In his short time here, Chris has already proven himself to be a great addition to our Roanoke office,” says Ben Motley, Director of RRMM’s Roanoke Design Studio. “We’re excited about the experience and knowledge he brings to RRMM and looking forward to having him on our team.”
Prior to joining RRMM, Chris was with Thompson & Litton, Inc. as a Project Manager and Architect. While at Thompson & Litton, Chris worked on various projects for clients such as Longwood University, Virginia Military Institute, Virginia Tech, Southside Virginia Community College and Danville Community College. He also designed public safety projects including the Radford Public Safety Building and Sheriffs’ Offices for Washington County, Pulaski County and Giles County. Additionally, Chris was with Baskervill as a Project Designer and with Oliver Webb Pappas & Rhudy as an Architectural Draftsman.
Chris received his Master’s in Architecture from Virginia Tech in 2006 and his Bachelor’s in Architectural Engineering Technology from Fairmont State College in 2003. He is a Virginia Registered Architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Chris resides in Draper, Virginia with his family.