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Architect , artist , educator

Peter Loyd Rumpel, Canadian, American architect, educator, artist. Registered architect. Recipient First award to design new school architecture at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1980, District Alumni award University Florida, 1995, Millennium award of honor Design Florida Association, 2000.

Background

Rumpel, Peter Loyd was born on March 25, 1939 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Son of George Hilburn and Reine (Loyd) Rumpel.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, University Florida, 1961.

Career

Architect Clements, Rumpel, Associates, Jacksonville, Florida, 1976-1984. Architect Clements, Rumpel, Goodwin, d'Avi, since 1984, CRG Archs./Planners, Inc., 1992. Associate professor University Florida, Gainesville, 1984-1992.

Adjunct professor University Florida, 1982-1984. Distinguished lecturer 1984-1992. Chairman History Architectural Review Board, St. Augustine, Florida, 1999.

Achievements

  • Registered architect.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Florida Junior College Jacksonville-N. Campus (honor award Florida Association American Institute of Architects 1979, merit award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1972), River Garden Hebrew Home for Aged (Modern Nursing Home of Month award 1971, honorable mention Florida Association American Institute of Architects 1971, merit award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1972), Florida Christian Home Apartments (award merit Florida Association American Institute of Architects 1973, merit award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1974, 4th annual award Outstanding Concrete Structure in Florida 1974), St. Mary's Episcopal Church Renovation (honor award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1974, award merit Florida Association American Institute of Architects 1974), Rumpel Residence (first award Jacksonville chapter American Plywood Association 1974, honor award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1974, award merit American Institute of Architects Homes for Better Living Program 1975), Higginson Residence (merit award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1974), Sawgrass Harbor Condominiums (award merit Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1975), Sawgrass Golf Club (citation Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1975), Jacksonville Jewish Center (honor award Florida Association American Institute of Architects 1976, citation Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1977), University N. Florida Laboratory-Office Building (merit award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1977), Florida Junior College, S. Campus, Phase II (honor award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1977), Drew Building Renovation (merit award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1978), Mayport Junior High School (merit award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1978, award merit Florida Association American Institute of Architects 1978, First Annual Governor's Design award 1981), T.R.E.E.O. University Florida (honor award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1979, honor award Florida Association American Institute of Architects 1979), Officer's Conference Center, Camp Keystone (merit award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1980), St. James Community Life Center (honor award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1981), University N. Florida, student activity center (honor award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1982, award excellence Florida Association American Institute of Architects 1982), Unenlisted Personnel Housing (award merit American Society Of Interior Designers 1983), Hurley Manor Elderly Housing (award excellence Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1984), Arlington By the River (honor award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1984, award excellence Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1984), 120-Bed Nursing Home Care Unit (honor award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1984, award excellence Concrete Institute Florida 1984), Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University School Architecture Building (honor award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1985), Drew Building (design recognition award Jacksonville area Chamber of Commerce 1984, preservation award City of Jacksonville and Jacksonville History Landmarks Committee 1985), Cypress Village Apartments (award for excellence Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1991), Drew Building Renovation (Merit award Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects. 1989), Bachelor Enlisted Quarters and Enlisted Men's Dining Facility (Significant Concrete Structure Florida First Coast chapter ACI 1994), Additions and remodeling Pine Forest Elementary School (award for excellence Jacksonville chapter American Institute of Architects 1995).

Membership

President Jacksonville Community Design Center. Member Jacksonville History Landmarks Committee, 1981-1984. Chairman History Architectural Review Board, 1998.

Served with United States Marine Corps. Fellow American Institute of Architects (Honor award Florida chapter 1981, John Dyal award Jacksonville chapter 1985, Honors award Jacksonville chapter 2002).

Connections

Children: Hillary, Reine.

father:
George Hilburn Rumpel

mother:
Reine (Loyd) Rumpel

child:
Hillary Rumpel

child:
Reine Rumpel