Chuck Wray

A leading library design specialist, Chuck brings a thoughtful and knowledgeable approach to the planning of these vital civic resources. He is adept in working with librarians, administrators, faculty, and patrons to develop creative responses to specific program objectives reflecting the cultural heritage of communities and campuses.

Chuck’s portfolio of public, academic, and K-12 libraries includes new construction, renovations, and expansions. His projects are innovative and high-functioning, serving as models for successfully connecting people with one another and with the resource-rich offerings of contemporary libraries.

Chuck believes that libraries serve as a critical element of social infrastructure – serving as a crossroads of civic interaction, cultural understanding, and intellectual advancement. He takes pride in the role of these libraries as they bring people together, enrich lives, and contribute to a better world.


Bachelor of Architecture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1983


Virginia Association of Counties, Associate Member    

Virginia Municipal League, Associate Member    

American Institute of Architects, James River Chapter      

Construction Specifications Institute

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