James Scott Rawlings Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Virginia, 1947; Master of Fine Arts in Architecture, Princeton University, 1949.
Instructor architecture, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, 1947; draftsman, staff architect, Marcellus, Wright & Son, Architects, Richmond, 1949-1953; founder, partner, Rawlings & Wilson, Architects, Richmond, 1955-1980; president, chairman, Rawlings & Wilson, Architects, Richmond, 1980-1993; chairman emeritus, consultant, Rawlings & Wilson, Architects, Richmond, 1993-1995.
Past president, trustee Virginia Foundation for Architectural Education. Chairman Committee for Architecture Review, Richmond, 1967-1977. Board directors St. Peter's Parish Church Restoration Association, New Kent, Virginia, 1985-1995.
Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1946, PTO. Fellow American Institute of Architects. Member Virginia Association Professions, Raven Society University of Virginia, Country Club of Virginia, Pi Kappa Alpha.