Professional Background

Tim Aynesworth began his career with institutional projects such as the LBJ Library. Soon after graduating from The University of Texas, he relocated to Houston where he worked on major commercial projects such as the Post Oak Central complex and Shell Building in New Orleans, planning projects such as the Master Plan for Lamar University and educational projects such as Tarkington Prairie High School.

Not only has he practiced architecture, he has managed real estate development projects.

Besides architectural design, he is technically skilled in commercial, institutional and residential construction. He testifies as an expert witness; consults with contractors, owners and attorneys; represents his clients interests to architects, engineers and consultants.


Tim Aynesworth

EDUCATION

  • Bachelor of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Graduate, Project Management Certificate Program, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Real Estate and Business Law Courses, Lamar University
  • Negotiation and Construction Management Courses
  • Accounting Course at The University of Texas at Austin
  • Art Courses at Alfred Glassel School of Fine Arts
  • Art Courses at Austin Museum of Art

LICENSES

  • State of Texas Registered Architect #5014
  • State of Texas Registered Interior Designer #7820
  • National Council of Architectural Registration Board

LECTURES & WHITE PAPERS

PERSONAL

  • Paul Harris Fellow - Rotary International
  • Past Chairman of the Membership Committee of the American Institute of Architects, Houston TX
  • Active in Church
  • Married with two daughters
  • Twice President of the Sigma Chi Alumni Chapter
  • Chapter Advisor of Sigma Chi Fraternity

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