Licensed Architect, Louisiana and Florida
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
American Institute of Architects, Academy of Architecture for Health


JULIE D. BROWN, ARCHITECT, LLC 2014 to present

New Orleans, Louisiana
Strategic facility planning and project delivery for a variety of clients.

Algiers Behavioral Health Center.  Project Architect for 13,000 square foot outpatient behavioral health center.

Children’s Hospital.  Project Architect for numerous renovation projects within the hospital including the kitchen renovation and a modular building addition to the Surgery Suite and 2 new operating rooms.

Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine space programming and development of preferred strategic facility option for 100,000 square feet through a consensus approach developed in a visioning session. Scope of work included interviews with all department chairmen, space planning options, and a square footage comparison of the existing and proposed space utilization.

Space utilization analysis of approximately 50,000 square feet of space for the Tulane University Medical School Department of Medicine. Scope of work includes interviews with all section chiefs, three space planning options, a square footage comparison of the existing and proposed space utilization, and phasing plan for a smooth project implementation.

Ongoing consulting work for Tulane University Hospital & Clinic includes implementing a Master Plan prepared by another consulting group and project management services for the Cancer Center ($7M), GU Suite ($900K), LDRs/PostPartum Unit/NICU ($4M) and Sports Medicine Complex ($3M).

New Orleans, Louisiana
Resident Architect/Director of Facilities Design & Construction (August, 1993 to August, 1996)
Departmental responsibilities included Architectural Services medical center-wide and Projects Management.


  • Managed over $10 million of renovations including construction of a new SICU, operating room expansion, cafeteria, three radiology room equipment replacements, heart catheterization equipment replacement, angiography equipment replacement and CT Scan equipment replacement, thirty exam room primary care clinic, a six thousand square foot expansion to the hospital building; a space planning project of 100,000 square feet of office space; planning for a relocation of the endoscopy suite, expansion of the emergency room, and expansion of physical and occupational therapy.

Director of Facilities Management (July, 1986 to August, 1993)
Departmental responsibilities included Architectural Services and Projects Management for the hospital. Under previous organizational plans the departmental responsibilities have included Housekeeping, Central Plant, Security, Building Services, Maintenance, Biomedical Engineering, and Food Services.


  • Managed over $18 million of renovations in 1986 through 1993 including renovations to 140 patient rooms, a lithotripter suite, a magnetic resonance imaging center, two heart catheterization labs and an angiography suite, a pediatric intensive care unit, a neonatal intensive care unit, a surgical intensive care unit, an outpatient dialysis unit, an outpatient surgery suite, a building addition of 5,000 square feet of waiting space, a conference center, a faculty club dining room and lounge, two public lobbies, relocation and consolidation of 60,000 square feet of hospital office space, relocation of resident on-call rooms, relocation of an inpatient dialysis unit, and a garage painting and roof deck replacement, gift shop, optical shop, and Bone Marrow Transplant Unit.
  • Established a financial reporting system for capital projects to improve the accuracy of project costs and to aid in cash flow projections.
  • Implemented a computer aided drafting and design (CADD) system for facilities management used to track departmental square footage and room assignments, utility systems, and modifications to the facility.
  • Organized and staffed an Interior Standards Committee to define and promote hospital and clinic standards for furnishings, interior finishes, signage, and interior accessories.
  • Developed standard construction, engineering, and architectural contracts for all medical center projects.
  • Organized and staffed a Space Committee to analyze departmental space needs and allocate available vacant space.
  • Organized the Art and Sculpture Advisory Committee of the hospital expansion project to select artists and coordinate the design and installation of public art.
  • Reorganized and computerized the warehousing of surplus furniture resulting in a $55,000 savings in the first six months of operation.
  • Coordinated the furniture purchases and the move into 150,000 square foot building addition.
  • Developed an action plan to comply with ADA through a team survey, prioritization and cost estimating.

Project Manager (October, 1985 to July, 1986)
Managed a staff of five to oversee all construction and renovations in the hospital/clinic and satellite buildings.


  • Developed an interior design master plan for the facility, including standardization of color schemes and furnishings.
  • Initiated and completed a departmental square footage audit of the hospital/clinic and satellite buildings.

New Orleans, Louisiana
Architect/Project Manager
Designed and built Phase I, including six of the proposed twenty-eight units and 50% of the site work at a construction cost of $650,000. Total construction budget of $1.8 million.

New Orleans, Louisiana
Project Architect and Building Manager
Worked with prospective tenants including design and permitting of 47,000 square feet of tenant improvements, addressing tenants concerns during construction, coordinating move-in, and follow-up on punch list items. Managed the Fisk Federal Building, a 115,000 square foot office building with primarily government tenants. Supervised building staff and contract maintenance services.

New Orleans, Louisiana
Graduate Architect
Involved in a variety of projects through all stages of development. Projects included development of the Southern Baptist Hospital Master Plan and a renovation proposal for the Jax Brewery.

BARRY FOX and ASSOCIATES 1979 to 1980
New Orleans, Louisiana
Graduate Architect

1985 Master of Business Administration, University of New Orleans
1979 Master of Architecture, Tulane University
1977 Certificate: Real Estate Principles and Practices,
30 Hour Real Estate Salesman Course, Tulane University

American Institute of Architects, New Orleans Chapter, 1982-present
President 1990
President Elect 1989
Vice President 1988
Treasurer 1986, 1987
American Institute of Architects, Academy of Architecture for Health, 1992-present
American Society of Hospital Engineers, American Hospital Association, 1993-2000
International Facility Management Association, New Orleans Chapter, Charter member, 1989-2002
IFMA Real Estate Council, 1993 – 2002
Louisiana Architects Association, 1982 – present
Louisiana Design Conference, Chairman, 1991 – State Convention of the Louisiana Architects
Association, the Louisiana – Mississippi District Chapter of the American Society of
Interior Designers and the Louisiana Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects
Louisiana State Architect Selection Board, Chairman, 1992
Audubon Institute Annual Fund Committee, 1997
Junior League of New Orleans, 1994 – present
Operation Smile Louisiana, Treasurer, 1993-1997, President, 1998-2002
Times Picayune “Women to Watch”, 1991
Tulane University, Alumni Admissions Committee, 1989-1994
Vieux Carre Commission, 1997-2002
Women’s Healthcare Executive Network (WHEN), 1998-present, President 2016 – 2018


Available upon request.

Julie D Brown AIA, NCARB
PO Box 55073
Metairie, LA 70055-5073