Dallas AIA Chapter honors alumnus
with Lifetime Achievement Award


Reagan W. George, FAIA, a 1958 graduate Bachelor of Architecture graduate from Texas A&M, received the 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Dallas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

Throughout his storied career, George, who was elevated to Fellow by the AIA in 1982, has served as president of the Dallas AIA chapter, vice president of the Texas Society of Architects, as president of the Greater Dallas Planning Council and in various capacities for a number of professional and civic organizations.

His professional and community service credentials include: director of the Texas Society of Architects; conferee for the AIA Dallas Goals program; essayist for the TSA Goals Program — Texas Tomorrow; committee chair of several Dallas AIA committees; committee chair of various TSA committees; board of trustees for Preservation Dallas; member and chair of the city of Dallas’ Urban Design Task Force; president of the Greater Dallas Planning Council; chair of the Professional Societies Liaison committee for Dallas Area Rapid Transit; and forum leader for the Dallas Arboretum Goals Program.

On the national level George also served on several AIA committees and for three years chaired AIA’s Component Resource Committee.

Reagan and his wife Shirley have two sons and now live in Willow City, Texas near Fredericksburg and he continues to practice architecture in residential design after a 40 year career in New York and Dallas.


- Posted: Dec. 3, 2010 -

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Contact:   Phillip Rollfing, prollfing@archone.tamu.edu or 979.458.0442.


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