Eugene Cox Dunwody; FAIA

Mr.   Dunwody graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1956 with Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Architecture Degrees.  He is registered to practice architecture in Georgia and Florida.  After serving three years as a Reserve Officer in charge of construction in the U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps, Mr. Dunwody joined the firm of W. Elliott Dunwody, Jr., in 1959 as a designer until 1964 when he was put in charge of overall Design and Production.  In 1968, he formed the firm of Dunwody and Company, Architects, now known as Dunwody/ Beeland, Architects, Inc.  


Mr. Dunwody is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and has served the Middle Georgia Chapter as Chairman of the Governmental Relations/Policy Committee. He served three terms as President of Macon City Council, and has served on several committees for both the National League of Cities and the Georgia Municipal Association.  He is also a Past-President of the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce, the Macon Rotary Club, Georgia Tech Alumni Association, and Construction Specifications Institute.  He has served as chairman of both the Macon-Bibb County Industrial Authority and Macon Economic Development Commission. 

Robert Clinton Beeland; AIA, NCARB

Mr. Beeland attended Middle Georgia College and received an Associate of Science degree in Architecture from Southern Technical Institute.  He is registered to practice architecture in the State of Georgia and has a NCARB Certificate.  He joined the firm of W. Elliott Dunwody, Jr., Architect as a draftsman in 1963.  His ability and experience led to his becoming a job captain in 1966, a position he held until joining Dunwody and Company, Architects in 1968 as head of design and production, a position he maintains with the firm under its current name of Dunwody/Beeland, Architects, Inc.  


Mr. Beeland is a Past-President of the Middle Georgia Chapter of the AIA and is active in community affairs, having served as President of the Family Counseling Center, a Director of the Georgia Historical Society, a Trustee of the Macon Heritage Foundation, and former Trustee of The Hay House Museum.

Eugene Cox Dunwody, Jr.; AIA

Mr. Dunwody, Jr., graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture. He is registered to practice in the State of Georgia.


Mr. Dunwody, Jr. has been the lead designer of numerous projects including the Arts & Sciences Classroom at Central Georgia Technical College and the Crisp County Campus of South Georgia Technical Institute. 


He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is Past-President of the Middle Georgia Chapter.  He has been a Trustee and President of the Macon Heritage Foundation.  He has served as a Board Member of the Macon Arts Alliance and was Chairman of the Middle Georgia Cultural Plan Oversight Committee.  He is currently serving as a Director of the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce and President of the Cox Capitol Theatre.  In 2008, the Georgia Chapter of the American Institute of Architects awarded him their Bronze Medal for his work in historical restoration and preservation.

Brannen Park; AIA, NCARB

Mr. Park received a Bachelor of Architecture from Auburn University. During his time at Auburn, he spent a semester in Europe with the School of Architecture’s Study Abroad program.  He completed his education at Auburn’s Rural Studio where he designed and constructed his thesis project.
While attending Auburn University, Mr. Park worked for Philip Fretwell Architects in Auburn, AL. After graduation, Mr. Park moved back to his hometown of Macon, GA.  He began his career at Deloach Architects in 2003, where he worked on several educational projects before joining SP Design Group in 2005.  Mr. Park accepted a partnership within the firm in 2011. He has managed multiple projects for SPDG’s Higher Educational clients.

Mr. Park’s design for the H. T. Edwards Learning Center won the AGC Build Georgia Merit Award for 2012 as well as the 2012 Outstanding Rehabilitation Award from the Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation. He also received the 2014 AGC Build Georgia Award for his design of the Gordon State College Dining Hall Renovations and Additions.

Mr. Park has served as the communications director for AIA Middle Georgia.  He has spent time volunteering at Vine Ingle Little League coaching youth baseball.  A graduate of the 2014 Leadership Macon class, Mr. Park designed and assisted in the construction of a community garden and playground for the Ingram-Pye Elementary School and local community.  Mr. Park has also volunteered at Daybreak Outreach Center and for Main Street Macon. Mr. Park is an avid golfer.

Arielle Schlesinger; ASID, NCIDQ

Ms. Schlesinger graduated from the University of Alabama in 2007 with a Bachelors of Science in Interior Design and a Studio Art minor. During her undergraduate studies, she actively worked as a classroom/desktop support technician and system administrator for the University of Alabama’s C&BA Technology Group, which is responsible for maintaining the entire business school’s technology ranging from classroom audio and visual equipment to printers  and copiers to student, faculty, and the Dean’s computers.  She then attended New York School of Interior Design in the fall of 2007.  In June of 2008, Ms. Schlesinger joined Dunwody/Beeland Architects.  She specializes in the areas of interior design, Building Information Modeling, 2D drafting, graphic design, and technical support.  She also has experience in designing and specifying finishes for higher education, commercial, medical, hospitality, and residential spaces.  She is a registered Interior Designer in the State of Georgia.


Ms. Schlesinger is an ASID Professional Member, a Historic Macon Foundation Patron Member, as well as a graduate of Leadership Macon's Class of 2014. 

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