With over 50 years of combined experience in the architecture, historic preservation, and construction industry, Ivy and David are able to apply their wealth of knowledge to the design and implementation of your project.
Stroud Architects + Associates is a full service architecture, design and historic building consulting firm based in Gloucester, Virginia.
Ivy Stroud is the Managing Principal for Stroud Architects + Associates PLLC. She is a Registered Architect with 20 years’ experience in practice, NCARB Certified and a member of the AIA having received an M.Arch and B.Arch from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
As a licensed and NCARB certified Architect and native Virginian, Ivy brings with her over 20 years of professional experience in the design of buildings to the group. Having worked with a handful of various prestigious firms and companies along the East Coast from Savannah, Georgia to Williamsburg, Virginia and including a stop in Charlotte, North Carolina, Ivy has new-build and renovation experience ranging in building-type from
historic properties, high-end and multi-family residential projects, commercial buildings and museums.
Ivy’s knowledge of building preservation and adaptive reuse has been reinforced through projects in Savannah, Georgia and as the Architect for The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation in Virginia. Her knowledge of commercial building design and construction includes automotive dealerships and support building facilities across the United States in Virginia, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and North and South Carolina. Ivy has also managed miscellaneous projects including multi-family, private medical practice offices, the design and construction of the “vanilla-box” retail shell building, financial institutions. She also has project experience with government agencies in the Richmond/Hampton Roads area of Virginia.
David Stroud is the Principal for Stroud Architects + Associates PLLC. He is an historic preservation and buildings consultant with over 25 years’ experience in the building profession.
In that time, he has focused on saving some of America's most significant architectural and cultural treasures from house museums and servants’ quarters in Savannah, Georgia to 12-century Pueblo ruins in New Mexico. In his varied career he has served as a member of the US Army, as a furniture conservator, as well as a decorative arts consultant working throughout the US and afar.
David has a degree in historic preservation from the Savannah College of Art and Design and has appeared on HGTV’s Modern Masters as well as Greystone Productions Savannah Plantations portraying Eli Whitney and most recently, PBS’s 'Trail of History'. He has also been in several magazine and newspaper articles relating to design, historic preservation and decorative arts. In his personal life, David helps to educate and promote historic preservation in his surrounding community.