Tiana N. Lemons, NCIDQ, IIDA Senior Interior Designer ABOUT. Tiana Lemons is a Senior Interior Designer and leader of Gould Turner Group Interior Design Practice. Her focus and vision creates ﬁrm-wide successes that span over nineteen years with Gould Turner Group. As a frequent traveler to 50 US. States, she is well versed in airport design trends and functional strategies across the country. As a person trained in Evidence Based Design, Tiana excels at her ability to translate pragmatic space usage needs into a thoughtful, well-articulated design solution. She has signiﬁcant experience with multimillion dollar projects in areas of visioning, programming, strategic planning, detailing, speciﬁcation of interior materials, and furnishing systems. With technology driving a shift in material science, Tiana has been a trusted resource to vendors and clients for product research and development advances. Tiana holds a leadership role in the State of Tennessee Chapter of the International Interior Design Association and is both NCIDQ and EDAC certiﬁed. She is actively involved with several professional organizations. GOVERNMENT. AIRPORT. Metro Nashville Airport Authority * - Parking Garage, 1995 - American Airlines Baggage Claim, 1993 - Concourse A Addition, 1992 Metro Nashville Housing Authority, Public Housing Renovations, 1991-1993 * Metro Nashville Court House, Judge Barbara Haynes Court Room * RETAIL. Buﬀalo Billiards, Thematic Planning Chez Jose Restaurant, Thematic Planning 2nd Avenue Historic Preservation, Thematic and Color Use Planning
INSTITUTIONAL. Middle Tennessee State University, TN - Student Services Building - Davis and Weiser Building - Cope Administration - Cummins & Corlew Residence Hall Tennessee Board of Regents - Corporate Oﬃce Renovation, Nashville, TN - Jackson State CC Facility Standards, TN - APSU Board, Conference Building, TN - RSCC Sciences Building, Oakridge, TN - Vols State Community College, Humanities Building, Gallatin, TN - NSCC Academic and Support Building, TN - CSCC Jones Student Center, Columbia, TN - Jackson State Community College, TN
EDUCATION. Oaklahoma State University, BS, 1989
PUBLIC EDUCATION. - Croft Middle School, Nashville, TN - Cane Ridge High School, Nashville, TN - Hillsboro High School, Nashville, TN - Christiana Middle School, Christiana, TN - Siegal Middle School, Murfreesboro, TN - Rock Springs Middle School, Smyrna, TN - Laverne Middle School, Lavergne, TN - Blackman, Murfreesboro, TN
EMPLOYMENT. Gould Turner Group 19 Years (1997)
HEALTHCARE / MEDICAL. Kingwood Medical Center, Kingwood, TX Canyon Vista Medical Center, Sierra Vista, AZ Oakhill Medical Center, Bradenton, FL South Austin Medical Center, Austin, TX Oviedo Medical Center, Oviedo, FL Pearland Medical Center, Pearland, TX Medical Center Alliance, Ft Worth, TX West Houston Medical Center, Houston, TX West Valley Medical Center, Boise, ID South Austin Medical Center, Austin, TX West Houston Medical Center, Houston, TX Rapides Regional Medical Center, LA
LICENSES. Registered Interior Designer in Tennessee NCIDQ Certiﬁcation Evidence Based Design Certiﬁed (EDAC)
Gobbell Hays Partners 8 Years (1989-1997) AFFILIATIONS. IIDA TN Chapter Board: President 2015-16 President Elect 2014-15 Vice President of Sponsorship 2012-14 IIDA Member Since 1991 AFFILIATIONS. 2016, Distinguished Classroom Design, American School and University. 2006, Awarded IIDA Silver Award, Swedish Medical Center, Colorado, Healthcare. *Completed w/ a prior ﬁrm
Wesley Medical Center, Children’s Hospital Wichita, Kansas The colorful project designed to engage children is a 43,105 SF renovation and exterior facade re-skin project that is Wichita Kansas’ ﬁrst hospital dedicated to children. Kingwood Medical Center, Women and Children’s Center Houston, Texas The new building at 155,400 sf provides care to expecting mothers and their babies. The project involved interior design, architecture, signage, ﬁnishes, and wayﬁnding. Bold colors were used to diﬀerentiate spaces.
Rapides Regional Medical Center Alexandria, La The four story tower addition and lobby renovation expanded services provided by the hospital. Design success involved integration of several departments and their associated support spaces.