Marc Marchant, AIA, LEED AP

Chief Executive Officer / Principal

As CEO, Marc Marchant focuses on advancing LS3P’s vision and strategic initiatives, building relationships, and cultivating a culture of collaborative engagement. Marc joined LS3P in 1999 after earning a Master of Architecture from Clemson University with a Concentration in Healthcare Design. He quickly became adept at all components of project delivery, from programming and conceptual design through construction administration. Marc possesses a tremendously team-oriented attitude which is evident in his collegial and collaborative relationships with clients, colleagues, consultants, and the wider community.

During more than two decades with LS3P, Marc’s leadership skills have been instrumental to his roles as Studio Leader, Healthcare Practice Leader, and Office Leader, and he joined LS3P’s Board of Directors in 2014. Marc brings his significant expertise in process design and the complexities of healthcare environments to bear throughout his practice and his approach to business with a deep understanding of aesthetics, function, and building performance.

Marc’s commitment to excellence extends beyond the office with professional and community outreach including the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce (Board Member), Charleston County Historic Preservation Commission (Commissioner), Clemson Architectural Foundation (Trustee), and Trident United Way (Program Investment Review Council Member). He was recognized as a Riley Fellow from Furman University’s Riley Institute in 2018 and received an AIA SC Presidential Citation in 2013.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT/ PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS: Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors (2015-2018); AIA Academy of Architecture for Health, Board of Directors (2013-2016); Clemson University Humanities Advancement Board, Board Member (2009-2013); AIA AAH Herman Miller Scholarship, Chair (2008-Present); AIA SAR Healthcare Conference Chair (2011); St. John’s Luteran Church Vestry, President (2008-2010); Trident Technical College Graphic Advisory Committee, Member (2003-2006).