Ruffin Rhodes, AIA, co-founder of the architectural firm, said Jones graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Miami.
Jones has more than ten years of project experience in urban design and project management involving libraries, colleges, civic centers and public schools.
In his new role at Rhodes+Brito, Jones will be responsible for overseeing architectural aspects of design development, production of construction documents and coordinating needs of the client with staff and consultants. His special focus will be on the higher education and K12 education market sectors of Rhodes+Brito.
Rhodes+Brito, an Orlando firm founded in 1996, currently employs a staff of 21, including eight registered architects. The firm has exceptional experience providing architectural services to a wide variety of agencies throughout the state of Florida, including municipal government agencies, federal, education, aviation and senior living facilities. Rhodes+Brito Architects is the current Orlando AIA 2016 Firm of the Year.
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