7350 E Speedway Blvd.
Suite 210
Tucson, Arizona 85710

(520) 326-3700

Community Involvement

Tucson Airport Authority
Member, 2013

Council of Educational Facility Planners
Arizona President, 2011

United Way
Chairman’s Cabinet, 2012 – 2013

The University of Arizona Science and Technology Park Design Review Board, 2010 – 2013

City of Tucson
Climate Change Committee
Co-chair, 2009 – 2013

Vail Community Action Board 2011 – 2013

AIA Sustainable Design Assistance Team
Co-chair, 2007

Arizona School Facilities Coalition
Co-chair, 2006 – 2012

St. Michael’s School
Board of Governors, 2005 – 2007

AIA Arizona Phil Dinsmore Award, 2004

AIA Southern Arizona Chapter
President, 1995

City of Tucson Planning Commission
Chairman, 1993 – 2000

Houghton Area Masterplan Committee

Houghton Road Technical Advisory Committee

City of Tucson
Southeast Planning and Coordinating Committee (Chair)

Mt. Lemmon Planning Committee
Chairman, 2003-2004

Community of Civano
Director of Planning, 2002-2011

Phillip Swaim AIA

pswaim@swaimaia.com

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, University of Oregon, 1982

Registration

States of Arizona, Colorado, and Ohio

Professional Experience

Phil Swaim has worked with several architectural firms in Arizona and Colorado since 1974 and has gained construction experience from 1977 through 1981. This wide range of experience allows him to handle various types, scales, and complexities of projects.

Phil joined Swaim Associates in 1985 and became president of the company in 1992. Phil’s special contributions to a project are achieving consensus and shared vision among diverse user groups, incorporating innovative design into every building, and maintaining close personal supervision over every detail from programming to construction. In addition, Phil has extensive experience developing partnerships between public entities.

Significant Projects

Andrada Polytechnic and Pantano High Schools
85,000 SF Campus, 395 kW Solar System, LEED Silver

Kino Soccer Stadium
$2.4 Million, 2,200 Seat Soccer Stadium

American International School – Kingston, Jamaica
K-12, Green, “E” School

Speedtano Office Building
27,000 SF

University of Arizona Highland District Master Plan
700,000 SF, Health Care, Dormitories, Classrooms, Retail

Museum of Miniatures
$6 Million, 15,000 SF, Offices, Workroom, Classrooms, Exhibit Halls

Cienega High School
221,000 SF, Vail School District, Pima Community College, Pima County

Sporting Chance Center at Curtis Park
$4.2 Million, 43,000 SF, 5 Basketball and 8 Volleyball Courts, LEED Gold

Empire High School
100,500 SF, 750 Student, All Laptop “E” School

Robins Elementary School
AIA Design Award

Brandi Fenton Memorial Park
68 Acres, Historic Preservation

Reid Park Zoo Conservation Learning Center
LEED Platinum

El Pueblo Activity Center, Adult Education, Clinic, Pool and Park
$7.3 Million, 35 Acres

El Rio Neighborhood Center
Adult Learning Center, Child Care, Library, Recreation, Social Services

Mt. Lemmon Village Center
Community Center, Lodge, Restaurant, Condominiums

Pima Air and Space Museum
Challenger Learning Center

Reid Park Zoo South American Habitat
12 Animal Exhibits

Titan Missile Museum
Visitor Center

Washita Battlefield Visitor Center
15,000 SF, Cheyenne, Oklahoma, LEED Compatible

Davis-Monthan AFB Dormitory Area Plan
55 Acres, Design Award

Fort Lowell Office Building
16,000 SF

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