William (Bill) Max Dixon, Jr.
■ Graduate, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
■ Graduate, Bachelor of Architecture Degree—1988
■ Member, American Institute of Architects (A.I.A.)
■ Certified by NCARB and licensed in N.C., S.C., VA. and TN.
■ Adjunct Faculty Member, Appalachian State University—1997 to 2001
Kelly G. Coffey
■ Graduate, Wilkes Community College—Architectural Drafting Degree
■ Project Manager, Isom Associates, Wilkesboro, N.C.—5 years
■ Project Manager / Designer, Appalachian Architecture, P.A.—1998 to present
Leigh T. Blevins
■ Graduate, Forsyth Technical Community College—Associate of Applied Science Degree in Architectural Technology
■ Project Manager, Isom Associates, Wilkesboro, N.C.—7 years
■ Project Manager, Appalachian Architecture, P.A.—2000 to present
Joyce F. Hagaman
■ Graduate, Surry Community College—Executive Office Management and Legal Secretarial Degrees
■ Office Management, Accounting, Bookkeeping experience—25+ years
■ Office Manager, Appalachian Architecture, P.A.—2003 to present
■ Chamber of Commerce Award for New Construction—Allen Wealth Management Boone, N.C.
■ Chamber of Commerce Award for Renovations—United Community Bank— Blowing Rock, N.C.
■ Chamber of Commerce Award for New Development—Hanna Mixed-Use (Sunset Drive) - Blowing Rock, N.C.
■ Chamber of Commerce Award for Renovations—Blowing Rock Investment Properties—Blowing Rock, N.C.
■ Chamber of Commerce Award for New Construction—Hanna Mixed-Use (Main Street) - Blowing Rock, N.C.
■ Chamber of Commerce Award for New Development—Blowing Rock Market— Blowing Rock, N.C.
Founded by William (Bill) Max Dixon, Jr. in 1989, Appalachian Architecture, P.A. has built a solid reputation for architectural design in the High Country. Our small size allows personal attention to each client we serve. As each site, client and building program is different, so are our buildings. Few of our projects look alike, but they all respond to their specific site and context and to the region’s vernacular architecture. We are involved in all aspects of a project—from the initial site selection, building programming and master planning through building design, contractor selection, construction and occupancy. We are “hands-on” architects and enjoy the relationships and particular challenges that construction brings in the High Country.