Ted Pappas

PVB Architecture Ted is a Jacksonville native. He attended Clemson University and received a Bachelor of Architecture Degree. He served in the U.S. Army as a Captain in the Military Police. He has practiced architecture for over 30 years. Some of his Jacksonville projects include: Epping Forest Yacht club, Sports Complex of EWC, Webb Library, Beaches Library, New Brentwood Neighborhood, Mary Singleton Senior Center, restoration of Kirby Smith Junior School, Hogan’s Creed Senior Tower, UNF Dorms, Computer Science Building and Soccer Stadium and also two La Villa Medical Office Buildings.

Ted was National President of the American Institute of Architects and also Chancellor of the College of Fellows of AIA. He has served as Chairman of the National Architectural Accrediting Board and a member of the Board of Regents of the America Architectural Foundation in Washington. He is currently serving as a Trustee of Edward Waters College and a Commission member of the Northwest Jacksonville Economic Development Advisory Board.


I chose to serve on the Board of Operation New Hope because I admire its mission and want to participate in growing and developing it. I want to give back to the City for all that is has done for me and my family.


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