Harvard Jolly Architecture was founded in 1938 and today is one of the largest firms in Florida offering services in architecture, interior design and landscape architecture. Our portfolio includes diversified project types including: healthcare, assisted living/senior care facilities, municipal buildings, public safety facilities, libraries, colleges and universities, K-12 education, data centers, sports and recreation facilities, museums, performing arts, and parking structures.
The range of project types illustrates our ability to work closely with each client through all stages of the planning, design and construction process in order to achieve a unique and appropriate solution for each facility.
Harvard Jolly is consistently ranked among the top design firms in the Southeastern United States by South Florida Business Journal, Building Design and Construction and numerous other regional publications. The firm’s projects have received awards throughout its history, with two winning the American Institute of Architect’s 25-Year Test of Time Award.
Our history has been one of progressive, stable management and measured growth. The company’s structure and philosophy encourages the development of our most important asset, our professional staff. The longevity of our staff is has proven the success of this philosophy.
Harvard Jolly has a relationship driven business and more than 85% of our design experience is with repeat clients. This is testimony to the dedication of a professional team which includes Registered Architects, Graduate Architects, Accredited LEED Professionals, Landscape Architect, Interior Designers, Field Representatives and a Professional Support Staff of over 90 employees.
Every commission is organized under the guidance of a principal to assure continuity from programming through construction completion. Our staff possesses the qualifications, expertise and experience to produce projects that are both aesthetically pleasing and compatible with budget requirements. In addition, Harvard Jolly is committed to incorporating sustainable design principles into each project and has designed more than 20 projects to meet varying levels of LEED certification.
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