Thom Smith

Adjunct Lecturer - Sustainable Real Estate Development
Bachelor of Architecture, Syracuse University
Courses:

RESM 3060 - Sustainable Urban Development; SRED 6200 - Introduction to Sustainable Real Estate Architecture and Design

Thom Smith is a licensed architect and LEED Green Associate at Waggonner & Ball in New Orleans. He ‎is part of the firm’s urban design and resilience planning team, and has a decade of experience in a broad range of ‎architectural and environment projects throughout the United States. These include efforts such as the winning City of New Orleans proposal for the National Disaster Resilience Competition, which also won design awards. 

Since 2015, Thom has taught undergraduate as well as graduate classes on innovative sustainable design at the Tulane ‎University School of Architecture. Prior to joining Waggonner & Ball, Thom worked as an architect and urban designer at Concordia in New Orleans. Thom also served in AmeriCorps with Rebuilding Together New Orleans. 

Thom is active in theGreater New Orleans Water Collaborative, serves on the boards of Rebuilding Together New Orleans, the Preservation Resource Center, and The Green Project, and was a board member of AIA New Orleans for two terms. He helped curate and produce an exhibit on architecture and design for the tenth anniversary of Hurricane ‎Katrina that won state and national AIA awards. Thom received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Syracuse University. 

Thom Smith

Adjunct Lecturer - Sustainable Real Estate Development
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