As Program Director and Project Architect for TCU, Tim advocates for the owner with his many years of combined experience as an Architect and General Contractor. Tim has 24 years of design experience and has been involved in all phases of project design and delivery including master planning, programming, construction documents, construction and contract administration. He has a remarkable understanding of both the Design Professional and the General Contractor which allows impeccable focus on client relationships, design, scheduling, contracts, and personnel management.
Prior to joining TCU, Tim was president of Timothy L. Cantey Architect/Builder, Inc. He led clients through the design and construction of residential, commercial, and specialty structures until final project delivery. He also was employed for eight years by a large Architectural Firm as a Project Architect. He designed and managed numerous projects in Colleges/Universities, Education-K-12, Government and Community Projects, to include the notable Montgomery Country Club and The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts.
Tim graduated from Auburn University with a B.A. in Architecture and a B.S. in Building Science. He is a registered Architect and annually participates in continuing education.