Roger E. Bailey
Director; Bailey and Associates Architects, LLC
- Licensed Architect, Registered in Louisiana and NCARB Certified.
- Thirty years of Professional Experience.
- Project Experience in Planning, Architectural Design, Project Management, Forensic Investigation / Analysis, and Expert Testimony.
- A diverse portfolio of projects, including both new construction and renovation.
- Project types include public recreation, university facilities, dental / medical private practice, assisted care facilities, commercial offices, restaurants / food service, retail, light industrial, single and multifamily residential.
- Louisiana State University, Bachelor of Architecture, 1982
- Episcopal High School of Baton Rouge, Graduate Class of 1976
- Bailey and Associates Architects, LLC New Orleans, Louisiana 2000 to Present – Director
- Bailey and Kline Architects, New Orleans, Louisiana 1991 to 1999 – Partner
- Roger Bailey, Architect New Orleans, Louisiana 1990 to 1991 – Sole Proprietor
- Sizeler Architects, New Orleans, Louisiana 1983 to 1990 – Project Architect
- Picou & Weimer Architects / Engineers, Thibodaux, Louisiana 1982 to 1983 – Intern
- State of Louisiana, No.3911, Architecture
- C.A.R.B. Certification No. 39425
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS :
- American Institute of Architects
- AIA, Louisiana
- AIA, New Orleans
- The Congress for the New Urbanism
- The Neighborhood Reinvestment Training Institute
- CSI, Specification Writing Focus Group
- New Orleans Chamber of Commerce, Membership Committee
- Target Housing, Rebuild New Orleans, Management Team
- Housing Committee, L.I.S.C., Community Support Group
- Junior Achievement, Community Volunteer
- Carrollton Boosters of New Orleans, Volunteer Coach
- “Growth and Development on the Coast- A New Urbanist View” Coast Business, March 1997
- “The New Urbanism; So What’s New?”, AIA New Orleans, Newsletter, Feb. 1997
Mr. Bailey has served as a professional consultant to “LISC” the Local Initiatives Support Corporation. His experience with LISC included strategic redevelopment and management plan for the “Baca Town” community redevelopment and the planning, design and construction management of multi-family housing for the Mid-City Community Development Corporation. Mr. Bailey has provided consultant services to the federally sponsored Neighborhood Reinvestment Training Institute in Washington D.C. His primary focus was the development of a highly successful series of interactive teaching systems and course curricula for a seminar program designed to teach Community Development Corporations (CDCs) how to approach neighborhood redevelopment.
Neighborhood revitalization efforts include participation in the formation of the Target Housing Rebuild New Orleans Initiative. Mr. Bailey served as a member of the New Orleans Chamber of Commerce Management Committee. The community coalition was convened to evaluate the state of housing, identify strategies for neighborhood revitalization, eliminate barriers to economic resources, and influence public opinion prior to the mayoral election of 1994.
Revitalization efforts are consistent with the concept of recycling as a means to preserve and sustain the environment. “Sustainable Design” and “Green Building Principles” have become part of our social dialog. Communities, engaged in the planning and design of new communities, are embracing these ideals. Mr. Bailey became an advocate through his involvement with the Congress for the New Urbanism. The purpose being to educate and promote the conservation of our nation’s cities while influencing the public’s perception about new community development.