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CHERYL L. MCAFEE

McAfee3
NOMA/AIA
African American AIA Fellow

SAY IT LOUD - Washington DC  Exhibitor
Georgia Based Designer 

Bio: 

For nearly five years she served as managing principal for the firm’s participation in a joint venture with the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG). The firm was involved in the effort with the conversion of the Olympic Stadium to the Atlanta Braves Baseball Stadium

CHERYL L. MCAFEE

Bio:

As CEO, Cheryl McAfee, FAIA is principal for McAfee3 Architects’ office in Atlanta, Georgia, as well as McAfee3 Architects’ international development. For nearly five years she served as managing principal for the firm’s participation in a joint venture with the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG). The firm was involved in the effort with the conversion of the Olympic Stadium to the Atlanta Braves Baseball Stadium. McAfee’s project experience includes major planning and urban design studies, feasibility studies, and real estate investment programs. She served as project manager for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard corridor study, which is the main entrance to Fair Park and the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas. She also directed the transit service analysis of the bi-state areas of St. Louis, Missouri, and St. Clair County, Illinois. In addition, she was also the project manager on the Atlanta Airport Project Expansion. McAfee deftly manages a talented group of professionals with diverse educations and backgrounds. Cheryl was elevated to Fellowship by AIA in 2003.

Object:

Object Three - Led the Institute, or a related organization

 

Year of Elevation: 

2003

Featured Project Name: 

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Featured Project Location: 

Atlanta, GA

Featured Project Completion Date: 

2012

Role in Featured Project: 

Principal Architect and Lead Quality Assurance Consultant

Featured Project Description:

McAfee3 plays a key role in the planning and design of several new projects at Hartsfield-Atlanta International Airport that are part of a $7 billion airport master plan, responsible for projects that include a major renovation of the existing Central Terminal Passenger Complex; a new International Terminal with thirteen new gates; the addition of a fifth new runway; and a Consolidated Car Rental Facility that will accommodate almost 9000 ready/return parking spaces.

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