Jim McVoy, Architect

Jim McVoy, Architect

Jim McVoy, Architect

James David McVoy – 1920 – 2001

Education:

1942 – Bachelor of Architecture, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Registered:

Florida

Academic Appointments:

1948 – 1955 – Associate Professor, College of Architecture & Fine Arts, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Firms:

1942 – Yonge & Hart, Pensacola, Florida

1945 – 1946 – Donald Deskey, New York, New York

1946 – 1947 – Harry M. Griffin, Daytona Beach, Florida

1948 – Duncan, Stewart & McVoy, Vero Beach, Florida

1952 – Stewart & McVoy Architects, Gainesville, Florida

1965 – United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Washington, D.C.

Professional Affiliations:

1940 – Gargoyle Society, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

1953 – 1954 – Chairman Advisory Committee Studies, American Institute of Architects (AIA) Florida North Chapter

1953 – American Association of University Professors (AAUP)

Military Service:

1942 – 1945 – United States Navy

1950 – 1960 – Korea, Rhodesia and Nigeria

Honors:

1951 – Honorable Mention, Home Design Competition, National Association of Home Builders

1982 – Lifetime Achievement Award, United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

Notable Works:

1952 – Stryker Residence, Gainesville, Florida

1952 – Roberts Residence. Gainesville, Florida

1952 – Ruff Residence, Gainesville, Florida

1953 – Fogle Residence, Gainesville, Florida

1955 – Alpha Chi Omega Sorority House, with Architect Bill Stewart, University of Florida, 820 West Panhellenic Drive, Gainesville, Florida

1956 – Gainesville University United Methodist Church, 1320 West University Avenue, Gainesville, Florida

1957 – Spivack Residence, with Architect Cleland Rosé, Creekside Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida

1955 – Alpha Chi Omega Sorority House,
with Architect Bill Stewart,
 University of Florida,
820 West Panhellenic Drive,
Gainesville, Florida
1956 – Gainesville University United Methodist Church, 1320 West University Avenue,
Gainesville, Florida
 
1957 – Spivack Residence
with Architect Cleland Rosé,
Creekside Neighborhood,
Gainesville, Florida