November 22, 2019 / Member News

Erik Annis Joins JMT Architecture’s Higher Education Team

Baltimore, MD (November 22, 2019) – Erik Annis, AIA, LEED AP, a senior architect and planner, has joined the Higher Education Studio at JMT Architecture.
With more than 25 years of experience, Erik specializes in the planning and design of academic and research laboratory facilities for colleges and universities. His portfolio includes recent work on the Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education at Wake Forest’s School of Medicine and Biotech Place at the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter.
In addition to his work at Wake Forest, Annis has completed projects for Duke University in Durham, NC, the Henry Jackson Foundation in Bethesda, MD, and for the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Rockville, MD.
“Erik’s comprehensive approach to planning, design, and documentation is impressive, always balancing user needs and programmatic opportunities with the budget required to achieve the goals of each project,” says Ed Kohls, Vice President at JMT Architecture. Kohls continues, “Erik’s extensive experience with prestigious higher education institutions, particularly with science facilities, is a significant addition to our team, expanding our commitment to offer the most talented architects in our national higher education market.”
JMT’s Architecture’s higher education team provides focused expertise in architecture, interior design, planning, and research to create inspirational research and instructional environments that foster learning and intellectual enrichment. JMT’s architects have worked on more than 250 projects at 65 colleges and universities across the country, with clients ranging from community colleges and liberal arts institutions to research universities and professional and medical schools.
Erik is a resident of Baltimore and a graduate of Virginia Tech where he earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree. He is a registered architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). Annis is also a LEED AP® Accredited Professional who utilizes a sustainable design approach to all projects.
Release courtesy JMT Architecture