Chris Stone brings his high energy level and dedication to excellence to each of his clients. He has worked on a wide variety of residential, corporate, and higher education project types. He has served on a variety of community development boards and is currently on the First Baptist Church Greenville’s Haynie-Sirrine Committee, Dogs for Autism Board of Directors and the South Pleasantburg / Highway 291 Development Committee. After 11 years working in advertising and international sports marketing, Chris redirected his strengths of creativity and design into architecture. He has developed a true passion and talent for the field and has designed multiple award-winning projects. He is currently working on Tri-County Technical College’s Occupational Service Building and the CU-ICAR Center for Emerging Technologies, both of which are tracking LEED Silver Certification. Chris is a recent graduate of Leadership Greenville Class 35. He worked tirelessly on building a shelter for Dogs for Autism. He is currently a Leadership Greenville project mentor for LG Class 36 which is undertaking neighborhood rejuvenation in the Sterling/Phoenix area. In his free time, Chris is an avid woodworker and enjoys spending time outdoors hunting.