Everett Medling: Fine Form and Function

Medling receives award

Everett Medling was a member of the first graduating class of the School of Architecture at the University of Tennessee in 1969, and the campus welcomed him back on April 21 to be recognized by the Accomplished Alumni Program for his long and illustrious career. In his 40 years as a design professional, Medling’s projects have included these high-profile edifices:

  • William B. Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport (1960s–1980s)
  • The Royal Saudi Air Force Headquarters Building in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (1970s)
  • U.S. Embassy in Moscow (1980s)
  • Central Intelligence Agency Headquarters Addition in Langley, Virginia (1980s)
  • FBI Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) Facility in Bridgeport, West Virginia (1980s)
  • Pentagon North Addition (1990s)
  • Ronald Reagan International Cultural and Trade Center in Washington, D.C. (1990s)
  • Jack Daniel Distillery Visitors Center in Lynchburg, Tennessee (1990s)

During his visit, Medling spoke to several groups of students and members of the faculty and staff in the College of Architecture and Design.

For more information on the Accomplished Alumni program, please visit our website.

Pictured above, left to right: Scott Wall, director of the School of Architecture, accomplished alumnus Everett Medling, and Bill Shell, professor of architecture.

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