Working with an architect is a personal experience. At Frazier Associates, we enjoy getting to know our clients and greatly value the relationships we build.  It is that relationship and understanding that creates the best possible product in any design situation.  In this Getting to Know Us blog series we offer you an opportunity to learn a little more about us!

Carter Green, AIA, LEED AP, BD&C

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Carter celebrates his 20th year with Frazier Associates in 2016! As one of the firm’s senior architects, he works on a wide variety of projects from institutional work such as Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind and Virginia Military Institute, to commercial, mixed-use, and residential buildings.  Working on projects in Staunton and throughout the state since 1996, Carter has established a strong professional relationship with regional and local building officials, contractors, and representatives of the Virginia Department of Historic Resources. Carter specializes in designing historic rehabilitation projects and providing tax credit assistance to clients.  Some of his notable recent projects include the R. R. Smith Center in Staunton , Garrett Hall at the University of Virginia and Sheridan Row urban loft apartments in Lexington, VA

Describe your most interesting experience when investigating/measuring a building:

Turning around in an attic and being face to face with a bat! And more dead pigeons and pigeon droppings than I care to mention.

If you could design any type of building that you haven’t designed yet, what would it be?

An off the grid get-away in a beautiful setting.

What interesting landmark have you recently visited that you would recommend others to see?

A late nineteenth century open-air “tabernacle” revival hall on the Northern Neck of Virginia. It was essentially a “giant floating roof” built with local ingenuity and know-how that served as a center for festivals.

When I’m not at the office, you can find me:

Out listening to music.