Gerianna England

Architect

Gerianna has over 10 years experience in the architecture world. She has a Bachelor of Architecture with a Minor in Architectural History & Theory from Oklahoma State University. She has worked on projects that include education, residential, commercial and healthcare. Some awards she has collected include Metal Construction Association: Chairman’s Award, Illuminating Engineering Society of North America: Finalist and Pella Prize: Finalist. Gerianna receives joy in architecture when she sees how clients respond positively to a project. From the design phase to moving in day, her goal is to create a design process that is organized and enjoyable by both the client and design team. Gerianna is married to her husband, Cliff, and has two boys, Chad and Colton. She is active in her sons’ elementary school as the Vice President of the Parent Teacher Organization. She is also active in the professional design world. She is the Section Chair for the AIA Arkansas Fort Smith Section, a member of AIA Arkansas Education Outreach Committee and a board member for AIA Arkansas.

Architecture license in Arkansas and Oklahoma, NCARB Certification, American Institute of Architects, National American Institute of Architects - Arkansas Chapter, American Institute of Architects, Fort Smith Section – Section Chair