McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture is pleased to announce the promotion of Anthony Tiberia to Community Studio Director. “Anthony has already demonstrated great mentoring and leadership qualities in our Greenville office and will be a natural in this role,” said Greenville Office Director Lisa Lanni.
In addition to establishing, communicating, and executing a vision for the studio, Tiberia will be overseeing the work of the studio’s architects, leading the mentoring of younger studio members, and ensuring optimal studio organization, operations, and alignment. He will also lead by example to uphold the high ethical standards that the community studio is known for, while formulating a strategic plan for the studio going forward.
An architect with MPS since 2005, Tiberia’s most recent projects includes leading the design and adaptive re-use of the Judson Mill project in Greenville. He was also project manager for Main and Stone in Greenville and Jerry Richardson Indoor Stadium at Wofford College.
Tiberia has a passion for shared community spaces and specializes in historic renovation and adaptive reuse planning and design. He hopes to use his new role to further that work to benefit the Upstate community at-large.
Tiberia got his Bachelor and Masters of Architecture from Tulane University.
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