SchenkelSchultz Architecture promotes Timothy A. Wagoner, AIA, to principal of Orlando, Fla., firm

January 27, 2009 |

January 23, 2009      Contact:  Kenneth H. Cristol 407-774-2515

ORLANDO, FL – SchenkelShultz Architecture, Orlando, promoted Timothy A. Wagoner, AIA, to Principal. Wagoner, who leads the firm’s Higher Education Design Group, designed the LEED® Gold Certified FAU Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, and has fifteen years of professional experience including six years with SchenkelShultz. He holds Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees from the University of Florida. 


One of Florida’s leading green design firms, SchenkelShultz has designed more than 3.8 million square feet of higher education projects nationwide including the award-winning six-story Stetson University Lynn Business Center, the first LEED®-certified building in the state of Florida. In addition, the firm has designed over 37 million square feet of K-12 projects nationally.


Celebrating 50 years of design excellence and consistently ranked as one of the nation’s top design firms, SchenkelShultz is a full-service architectural firm specializing in education, justice, aviation and commercial facilities design. With eleven offices nationally (seven in Florida) and over 50 LEED® Accredited Professionals, SchenkelShultz is a recognized leader in green design which has long been committed to designing sustainable concepts into every project. Further evidencing its leadership, the firm designs all K-12 schools in accordance with green design principles at no additional cost to school boards. As a result, schools designed by SchenkelShultz are achieving the benefits of sustainable design including reduced operating costs and improved environmental/educational quality.


Also commemorating 25 years in Florida under the leadership of J. Thomas Chandler, AIA, President and COO, the firm established its Orlando office in 1983 and subsequently expanded with six additional offices in Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Naples, Sarasota, Tampa and West Palm Beach. “At SchenkelShultz,” said Chandler, “our focus is on architecture but our passion transcends excellent design. Our firm,” he added, “is continuously evolving to anticipate and adapt to ever-changing market trends, and is dedicated to building positive, successful relationships with our valued clients, employees and communities.”


SchenkelShultz Architecture, Orlando, is located at 200 East Robinson Street, Suite 300, Orlando, FL, phone 407-872-3322. For more information, visit


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