Chuck Wray specializes in library planning and design. His award-winning portfolio of K-12, academic, and community libraries includes new construction, renovations, and expansions. He is adept in leading project teams through the creative and technical aspects of design, and crafting innovative strategies to achieve client goals.
Chuck recognizes architecture’s powerful and lasting impact on communities, especially in projects that serve multiple users and evolving requirements. He works closely with clients to determine programming objectives and discern opportunities to amplify constructive connections between people, spaces, and technology.
“Libraries today serve as centers of civic interaction, cultural understanding, and intellectual advancement. A successful design will also reflect the unique characteristics of the community served by the library.”
- Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Bachelor of Architecture, 1983
- American Institute of Architects
- American Library Association
- City of Richmond Planning Commission
- City of Richmond Public Art Commission
- Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce
- Virginia Association of Counties
- Virginia Municipal League