Timothy F. McMullen, RA, joined North Carolina Central University in 2008 after 28 years in private practice as an Architect/Planner/Developer. He has been a North Carolina Registered Architect (RA) since 1979. A native of Charlotte, NC, McMullen established an Architecture, Design and Planning firm there in 1980. His extensive portfolio of projects includes Office and Commercial Buildings; Single and Multi-family Housing; Industrial Complexes; K-12 Schools; and Higher Education Facilities including Classroom/Administration Buildings, Residence Halls and Athletic Complexes.
As NCCU's University Architect, and the Director of Design and Construction Services, McMullen is responsible for administering and maintaining adherence to the University's Master Plan and Campus Design Standards; directing the Design and Construction Services Department's management team for all Capital Projects; and providing in-house Architectural Design and Interior Upfits for the University. Some of his recent design projects include the renovation of the Board of Trustees' Meeting Room in the William Jones Building; Renovation of the Chancellor's Suite and Third Floor of Hoey Administration Building; Creation of an Amphitheater, Pergola, Fountain and Restoration of Greek Plots in the Library Bowl.