hi, i’m Tracey

Tracey Ford, AIA, LEED AP BD+C | Principal, Project Architect

Hidden Talent

Juggling

Education

Master of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997

Bachelor of Science, Major in Mathematics, Centre College, Danville, Kentucky 1993

Graduate Level Mathematics, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary, 1992

Registrations

Registered Architect, Tennessee #102687

USGBC, LEED Accredited Professional BD+C

Professional & Community Involvement

American Institute of Architects, Middle Tennessee Chapter

Chamber East, Board of Directors

Friends of Shelby Park, Board of Directors

Urban Land Institute, Nashville Chapter Member

AEC Power Women

Nashville Emerging Leaders Alumni

Tennessee Women in Science & Technology, Volunteer

East Nashville Jewelry Guild

Tracey distinguished herself in graduate school by placing third in the international design competition - the Paris Prize for Public Architecture. Since joining EOA in 1998, she has continued nationwide design excellence as a BMW and MINI field designer. Tracey’s local designs have focused on high-profile urban infill and mixed-use, multi-family projects such as Village 21 and Bento at Chestnut Hill, as well as higher educational work at Vanderbilt University and Brescia University. Additional passion projects include public projects for Metro Parks and Recreation, including the award-winning Sevier Park Community Center, East Park Community Center, and the Three Nature Centers project. Tracey became a firm Principal/Owner in 2015 with EOA becoming majority woman-owned in 2019.

To connect with Tracey, Click Here or 615.850.5521

Tracey distinguished herself in graduate school by placing third in the international design competition - the Paris Prize for Public Architecture. Since joining EOA in 1998, she has continued nationwide design excellence as a BMW and MINI field designer. Tracey’s local designs have focused on high-profile urban infill and mixed-use, multi-family projects such as Village 21 and Bento at Chestnut Hill, as well as higher educational work at Vanderbilt University and Brescia University. Additional passion projects include public projects for Metro Parks and Recreation, including the award-winning Sevier Park Community Center, East Park Community Center, and the Three Nature Centers project. Tracey became a firm Principal/Owner in 2015 with EOA becoming majority woman-owned in 2019.

To connect with Tracey, Click Here or 615.850.5521