Les May, Architect

Les May, Architect

Les May, Architect

Lester May – 1923 – 2009

Education:

1943 – Bachelor of Science, University of

Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

Registered:

Florida

Firms:

1953 – 1954 – John Stetson and Associates, Gainesville, Florida

1954 – 1959 – Campbell, O’Kelley & May, Gainesville, Florida

1948 – Goin and Moore, Gainesville, Florida

1958 – Moore and May, Gainesville, Florida

Professional Affiliations:

1942 – 1943 – Scarab Fraternity, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia                

1954 – Member, American Institute of Architects (AIA) Florida North Chapter

1959 – President, American Institute of Architects (AIA) Florida North Chapter

Public Service:

1950 – 1960 – City Adjustment and Beautification Boards and Historic Societies, Gainesville, Florida

Military Service:

1943 – 1946 – United States Air Force, World War II

1951 – 1952 – Army Reserves, Korean Conflict

Notable Works:

1957 – Hartman Residence, with Architect Jack Moore, Elizabeth Place Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida

1958 – Residence, with Architect Jack Moore, Florida Park Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida

1960 – Rhines Residence, with Architect Jack Moore, NW Gainesville, Florida

1962 – Gainesville Animal Hospital Remodel, Gainesville, Florida

1962 – University Lutheran Campus Center, with Architect Jack Moore,
1826 West University Avenue, Gainesville, Florida

1963 – Office, Raymond J. Fitzpatrick, MD, Gainesville, Florida

1964 – Residence, with Architect Jack Moore, Tanglewood Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida

1965 – Clay Electric Cooperative, 639 East University Avenue, Gainesville, Florida

1967 – Reitz Union, with Architect Pearce Barrett, 686 Museum Road, Gainesville, Florida

1967 – Doyle Conner Building, University of Florida, 1911 SW 34th Street, Gainesville, Florida

1968 – Westside Park Recreation Center, with Architect Jack Moore, 1001 NW 34th Street, Gainesville Florida

1969 – Campus Bookstore Expansion, 1900 Museum Road, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

1988 – May Residence, The Hammock Neighborhood, Gainesville,

1957 – Hartman Residence, with Architect, Jack Moore,
Elizabeth Place Neighborhood,
Gainesville, Florida
1958 – Residence,
with Architect Jack Moore,
Florida Park Neighborhood
Gainesville, Florida
1960 – Rhines Residence with Architect Jack Moore,
NW Gainesville, Florida
1967 – Reitz Union,
with Architects Pearce Barrett and Jack Moore
686 Museum Road,
Gainesville, Florida
1967 – Doyle Conner Building,
University of Florida,
1911 SW 34th Street, 
Gainesville, Florida
1968 – Westside Park Recreation Center, with Architect Jack Moore,
1001 NW 34th Street,
Gainesville Florida