Frank M. Guillot, FAIA, NCARB, Hon. MRAIC, holds degrees from M.I.T. and Temple University. He is a past President of AIA/Vermont, past Chair of the Vermont Architects Registration Board, past President of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) and currently serves as a Director for the National Architectural Accreditation Board (NAAB). He has served on the Norwich University Architecture School Advisory Committee and NAAB architecture school accreditation teams.
He is a member of the AIA Architects for Health professional interest group and the Vermont Housing Managers’ Association. In 2000 he received the first AIA/Vermont Civic Award in Architecture. He has been commended by the architectural associations in the US, Canada and Mexico for his work to facilitate architect mobility nationally and internationally.
Mr. Guillot has practiced architecture in Vermont for over 30 years. His work, in addition to single family residential design, has been affordable multi-family and special needs housing, commercial and retail design and with the medical community to bring healthful design and construction to the physician and dental practices of Vermont. Frank also has a long-standing interest in sustainable architecture beginning with the “Solar Home” revolution of the 1970’s.