Walter Ennis Parker, Jr.


Professor of the Practice



Professor of Practice W. Ennis Parker, Jr., AIA, RIBA, directs the program management track in the Master of Science in Building Construction and Facility Management of the School of Building Construction and directs the Construction Resource Center.  His teaching focuses on construction program management and professional practice in architecture.  Recent courses include BC 8823 EP, Introduction to Program Management, BC 8833 BC, Design Management, and Arch 4315: Practice of Architecture (co-taught with Prof. Romm). 

Parker holds the Bachelor of Architecture degree from Georgia Institute of Technology and Master of Business Administration from Georgia State University.  His career includes leadership positions in a number of Atlanta architectural and program management practices, including Heery International, Rosser International, KPS Group, and Robert & Company.  He is currently Vice Chairman of Brookwood Group LLC, Program Manager and Developers.

Research

Parker directs the Construction Resource Center which is in the process of re-initiation after a period of dormancy.  The Center will support research in several areas of the College.

Teaching

BC 8823 EP - Introduction to Program Management, BC 8833 EP Design Management, Arch 4315: Practice of Architecture (co-taught)

 

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