November 1, 2018
After 26 years at CDFL, Principal Jody Coleman is retiring. We are excited for Jody as he enters the next chapter of his life; which will involve a lot of time with his grandbabies and his wife Debbie. Jody has been an integral part of our firm since 1992, and we will miss him deeply.
Jody’s contributions to CDFL are vast. He was instrumental in building CDFL’s design-build portfolio and led the team in completing over 100 buildings on 20 different installations and providing professional services for the USACOE, United States Air Force, NAVFAC, United States Coast Guard, and the GSA.
In addition to his leadership as CDFL, Jody has also served as the AIA Intern Development Program State Coordinator, served as a member of the Mississippi State Board of Architecture, is a 10-year veteran of the Architect Registration Exam, and served as the Item Writing Chair of the NCARB Architect Registration Exam 5.0. Jody also served as a past ARE 4.0 coordinator for Building Design and Construction Systems.
“Jody has helped shaped CDFL into what it is today,” said Rob Farr, CDFL President. “We are thankful for his many years of dedication and service.”