Jeff Tyner

AIA, LEED AP, Lean Black Belt
Principal, Health, Atlanta

Jeff comes from a long line of talented craftsmen, and developed a deep appreciation for quality work at a young age. He sees architecture as a way to leave a positive and lasting impact, with great design breathing life into projects that might otherwise strive to simply be functional or efficient. This approach, paired with a thorough understanding of all phases of design and construction, makes him adept at finding realistic and beautiful solutions for healthcare projects.

When he isn’t pouring his heart and soul into his work, Jeff enjoys sketching, traveling, and cooking. His love of meeting new people and experiencing diverse cultures has resulted in nearly a year of cumulative world travel, including two whirlwind “round-the-world” journeys in celebration of his graduation and licensure. Jeff shares this love with his family, continuing his global travels to ensure his children have the same opportunity to expand their horizons.

After graduating from college, Jeff and a group of friends traveled around the Middle East—exploring new cultures and food along the way.
Taj Mahal, Agra, India, 1985
When not traveling for work, Jeff and his family enjoy exploring new countries together.
Wengen, Switzerland, 2012

Jeff's Featured Work

Hamad Medical City Medical Education and Simulation Center
Doha, Qatar
Lobby of MUSC
Medical University of South Carolina Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital and Pearl Tourville Women’s Pavilion
Charleston, South Carolina