Each Partner at TFF is intimately involved with each of their projects from the initial contact with the Client to the completion of the projects construction. This structure ensures that the Clients design needs and the Architect’s design intent are fulfilled. Along with the depth and breadth of knowledge that each partner has in regard to the overall profession, each has an expertise which enhances the environment at TFF.
Ginna is a deliberate and decisive problem solver. With extensive years of experience she compassionately draws clients to a clear understanding of the issues and delivers well defined alternative solutions for efficient, effective decision making. Ginna has a breadth of varied project experience and is especially effective with complex projects, particularly historic structures and renovations. She is also especially adept with new construction as well. An almost instant resource for contractual, specification and construction administration matters, Ginna also possesses a keen eye for finding the significant relevance and beauty in any project.
- Bachelor of Architecture, 1985,
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia,
- A.A.S. Environmental Design, 1981,
State University of New York at Cobleskill, New York
City of Greensboro Historic Preservation Commission, 2003 - 2010
Adult Center for Enrichment Board of Directors, 2007 - present
AIA North Carolina Board of Directors, 1999
AIA Piedmont Section President-Elect, Board of Directors, 1999
AIA Piedmont Section Board of Directors, 1996 - 1999 Certifications & affiliations American Institute of Architects (AIA)
National Trust For Historic Preservation
Association For Preservation Technology
Certified Design Contractor, US - General Services Administration honors & awards Triad Business Journal Women in Business Award, 2000
Ginna’s love of architecture began with her close connection to nature through landscape architecture. These roots grew into her passion for historically significant architecture and has evolved into an intense appeal for the Art of Architecture.