Jim Chapman, Jr.
Jim Chapman Jr., an Atlanta native and graduate of The Westminster Schools, is a homebuilding veteran who started his own custom building firm in 1998 after earning an MBA from Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill in 1996. Jim Jr. amassed considerable management and building experience before beginning his firm by apprenticing as a builder and management trainee with such highly regarded firms as Morrison Homes in Atlanta and Landwright Corporation of Durham, North Carolina. His firm originated as a high-end, custom homebuilding operation building primarily in Buckhead and Alpharetta. He is now applying the quality service standards developed for those luxury homes to the active adult communities he is now developing and building in Douglas, Gwinnett, Cobb, Fulton, Hall and Forsyth Counties. Jim Jr.'s design and architecture partner is Jim Chapman Sr. Jim Jr. also serves as the Chairman of the Board of the Atlanta 50 Plus Housing Council of the Greater Atlanta HBA.
He and his wife Katherine make their home in Atlanta and have two children, Mimi - 4 and JB - 3.
Jim Chapman, Sr.
Jim Chapman Sr., AIA is an acclaimed architect who served as a faculty member of the Georgia Institute of Technology's School of Architecture before founding his own architecture firm, Chapman Coyle Chapman, in 1969. Under his leadership as senior partner, it annually produces award-winning work whose value exceeds $200 million. Among current projects are Oakmont Golf Club in Pennsylvania, Southern Hills Golf Club in Oklahoma and Congressional Golf Club in Maryland.
His portfolio of past projects includes diverse and distinctive buildings for clients such as The Westminster Schools, Woodward Academy, Emory University, Robert Trent Jones Golf Club, Atlanta Athletic Club and numerous others throughout the United States. Well-known for his expertise in traditional architecture, Jim Sr. designed much of Dunwoody’s Williamsburg-inspired commercial district. Jim Sr. and Jim Jr. collaborated on the traditional design of The Haven Collection to create a highly functional, aesthetically pleasing product for today’s active adult. Jim Sr. is especially excited about his new detached product he designed for Brookhaven at Johns Creek. It should be the ultimate in functionality for today’s active adult. Jim and his wife Maryann, a retired Methodist minister, are active members of Northside United Methodist Church in Atlanta.
You can visit Jim Chapman Sr.'s website at www.cccaarchitects.com.