Mark S. Parlier, R.A. NCARB
Principal, Project Manager
Mark joined his father J. Clyde Parlier's architectural practice in January of 1989 and since that time has worked closely in all aspects of project management from design and production to supervision. Previous experience includes a variety of projects with the State of Florida, Department of Natural Resources, Park Design & Construction. Also, while residing in Tallahassee, he was project manager for Johnson, Peterson, Holliday and involved in projects such as a county health office, a small television studio, offices for a legal firm, and the FDLE complex.
Since moving to Lake Wales, Mark has extensive experience in several educational projects for The School Board of Polk County including many classroom additions; campus conversions at Brigham and Lincoln Avenue to Magnet schools; cafeteria remodels; media center additions; administrative suites, etc. Completed within the last two years is a sixteen (16) classroom two-story design to Eastside Elementary School in Haines City.
In addition to the classroom addition, the historic (circa: 1920s) two-story original building was restored to accommodate administrative offices and additional classroom space. Also, recently concluded is a major remodel to the Lake Wales Senior High School campus involving the Cafeteria / Kitchen, a CCTV Studio, Classrooms, a Consumer Science Suite, and Agricultural Complex. Within the realm of higher education, the historic adaptive re-use of the former Lake Wales City Hall was completed recently (2008) for Polk State College as classroom and community space, designated as the JD Alexander Center.
University of Florida
Bachelor of Forest Resources & Conservation, 1978
Florida A & M University
Bachelor of Architecture, 1989
Registered Architect: State of Florida, No. AR0014280
NCARB Certificate No. 43295