Freddie Lynn Jr‚ AIA, LEED Green Associate
Board of Directors
Senior Vice President, Architecture, Montgomery
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Freddie leads the Architecture team in Montgomery and serves on GMC's board of directors. With almost 30 years of experience, he has gained significant recognition for exceptional design work and needs assessment studies, particularly in the K-12, higher education, and municipal projects. Projects under his leadership have received numerous awards on local, regional and national levels from institutions such as the American Institute of Architects, School Planning & Management, and College Planning & Management. Among his most recent achievements is the inclusion of the new Park Crossing High School in the Designing for Disaster exhibit at the National Building Museum in Washington D.C., as a benchmark for innovative safe room design. Other award-winning projects within Freddie’s design portfolio include the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel and Spa at the Convention Center, Troy University Trojan Arena, AIDT Maritime Training Center and the 696-bed Montgomery County Detention Facility. Freddie is engaged in the community through various civic and professional organizations. He served for more than 10 years as Scout Master for Boy Scout Troop 13 in Wetumpka, Ala., and currently serves as Council Commissioner for the Tukabatchee Area Council of BSA. Lynn is actively involved with the American Institute of Architects and is past president of the Montgomery Chapter, in addition to helping launch its first design awards program, organizing the “Streamlined Design” symposium in conjunction with the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts and representing the chapter at the Grass Roots Convention in Washington D.C. and the National Convention in San Francisco. He is also a member of the Association for Learning Environments, Alabama Association of School Boards, Alabama Community College Association, Alabama School Plant Managers Association and School Superintendents of Alabama.