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University of Tennessee
Bachelor of Architecture 1981
Specialization: Architectural Design

Edward L. Copeland, AIA, NCARB
A native of Chattanooga, Tennessee and a Cherokee descendant, Edward "Eddy" Copeland began his architectural career in Knoxville, Tennessee. He started as a sales and design consultant for the world's largest manufacturer of wood-framed geodesic domes at that time, Cathedralite Domes, a Buckminster Fuller guided company.

After moving to Atlanta in 1982, he began developing his skills as a designer, programmer, and planner of health care oriented facilities. His health care project experience ranges from medical offices and primary care facilities to assisted living centers, continuing care retirement communities, and hospital campuses.

Eddy has also designed and been involved in numerous high-end residential and retail projects across the southeast. His residential experience includes single- and multi-family homes, apartments, condominiums, mid-rise luxury condominiums, and senior housing. A sampling of his commercial experience includes retail centers containing wellknown establishments such as Barnes & Noble, Toys-R-Us, La Madeleine, Kroger, Publix, and AMC Theaters. Other commercial projects include office buildings and interiors, banks, as well as a number of restaurants such as Dunkin Donuts/Baskin-Robbins, Simon Malone's, Bistro's Sandwich Cafe, Jersey Mike's, and My Friend's Place.

Mr. Copeland's hands-on approach to project management has won him the respect of many repeat clients. As a long-time proponent of Building Information Modeling, he is quite proficient in Computer Aided Design and Drafting and employs what he has found to be the latest technology to enhance the performance of his firm's work.

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