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David Milling and Associates

1302 Mill Street

Camden, South Carolina 29020

United States

Company Description

DMA provides Master Planning services for clients who have sites that require the planning of infrastructure and facilities that will be built over time. With a masters degree in Urban Design and Planning from MIT, David Milling personally provides leader ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

President

American Institute of Architects

President

Osler/Milling Architects

Affiliations

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Member
Ann Arbor District Library

National Committee
American Library Association

Staff Member
Earl Flansburgh Associates

Education

Clemson

Clemson University

BFA

Interior Design

Pratt Institute

Masters degree

Urban Design and Planning

MIT

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DMA | History

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With 70 years of combined experience, David Milling, AIA, and his partner, Dennis Anderson, AIA, have used their architectural prowess to design everything from public libraries to private residences to design studios.

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The history of David Milling Architects begins with the firm of Ralph Calder & Associates.
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Educated at Clemson and MIT, David Milling earned a Masters degree in Urban Design and Planning in 1971. He served for three years on the American
Library Association's national committee charged with developing design standards for academic and public libraries, and was a keynote speaker at the 1989 ALA convention in Dallas, Texas. He has served as a guest instructor at the University of Wisconsin's Extension Services program. In 1999, Mr. Milling and Anders Dahlgren co-sponsored a workshop on programming and design for the Public Library Association conference in Kansas City.


DMA

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DAVID MILLING ARCHITECTS - LIBRARY ARCHITECTS archinfo@dmaa.com 2106 Overlook, Ann Arbor, MI 48103


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DAVID MILLING ARCHITECTS - LIBRARY ARCHITECTS archinfo@dmaa.com 2106 Overlook, Ann Arbor, MI 48103


DMA | Key Staff

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Since beginning his Michigan practice in 1976, Mr. Milling has worked with a number of significant clients including: The University of Michigan, Michigan State University, Oakland University, Washtenaw Community College, the State of Michigan (most notably as client in connection with DMA's award-winning design for the Michigan Law Enforcement Officers Memorial to be built in Lansing), the City of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, the City of Ann Arbor and numerous other cities, villages, and townships throughout Michigan.

Mr. Milling has been involved in numerous library projects where sensitivity to the physical setting was of extreme importance to the client. These projects include major library commissions built within the Michigan cities of Grosse Pointe, Ann Arbor, and Kalamazoo. In Howell, his firm's restoration and expansion of the historic Carnegie Library (as president of Osler/Milling Architects) received a national design award given jointly by the American Library Association and the American Institute of Architects. Clients in other states include public libraries in Ohio, Iowa, Wisconsin, Georgia, and South Carolina, where DMA has a branch in office in Camden. With over forty years of experience, his practice has focused on projects in the public sector where he has been involved in a wide variety of project types, including involvement in more than one hundred different public and academic library projects.
Mr. Milling is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) and is registered in numerous states. He is a LEED accredited professional and his firm is a member of the US Green Building Council. He is a graduate of Clemson University (B. Architecture) and MIT (M. Architecture in Urban Design & Planning).
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Ms. Milling is a graduate of Pratt Institute where she received her BFA in Interior Design. Prior to becoming a staff interior designer for the State of Michigan in 1973, she was a staff member of Earl Flansburgh Associates in Cambridge, MA.
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Dennis Anderson, AIA, has served as Executive Vice-President of David Milling Architects (DMA) since 2003.
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Mr. Hartz joined David Milling Architects in 2001 and currently serves as the firm's Director of Operations for all design and planning projects.
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Additionally, Eric joins David in leading the firm's public engagement activities including workshops, lectures, and conferences.


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DAVID MILLING ARCHITECTS - LIBRARY ARCHITECTS archinfo@dmaa.com 2106 Overlook, Ann Arbor, MI 48103

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