Log In

Jonathan Townley Crane Edit Profile


Jonathan Townley Crane, American architect. Registered architect, Florida, Georgia. Recipient Regional Energy award American Society of Heating, 1986, First Place International Energy award, 1987.


Crane, Jonathan Townley was born on February 7, 1953 in St. Louis. Son of Robert Kellogg and Mildred Ellen (Price) Crane.


Bachelor of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1977.


Intern Sheetz Assocs, Inc., Atlanta, 1978-1980. Architect Bradfield and Assocs, Inc., 1980-1982. Vice president Tippett and Associates, Inc., 1982-1989.

Architect Lord, Aeck and Sargent, Inc., since 1989. Speaker lab design Science Equipment and Furniture Association, 1990, School Public Health, Emory University, Atlanta, 1991. Speaker clinical facility design Georgia Medical Group Administrators, 1987.


  • Registered architect, Florida, Georgia.


  • Other Work

    • Principal works include various projects Emory University, Atlanta, Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center, New York City, Rockdale Hospital, Conyers, Georgia, various projects School Medicine, Washington University, St. Louis. Projects reviewed in Architecture, Facilities Planning News. Co-contributor chapter to Laboratory Safety, Practices and Principles, American Society Microbiology, 1992.


Member board trustees Counterplane School, Fayetteville, Georgia, since 1990. Member American Institute of Architects (Georgia Power/American Institute of Architects Energy Design award 1984, 88), American Biological Safety Association (speaker lab design 1991), Society College and University Planners, Construction Specifications Institute (certified construction specifier).


Married Lucinda Kay Sheffield, June 7, 1975. Children: Robert Franklin, Christina Elizabeth.

Robert Kellogg Crane

Mildred Ellen (Price) Crane

Lucinda Kay Sheffield

Robert Franklin Crane

Christina Elizabeth Crane