Charles C. Barlow, Jr., AIA
Chief Executive officer

With more than 20 years experience in a broad range of architectural practice, Chuck has a particularly strong background in technical building types for the scientific and healthcare communities as well as corporate office projects, educational and institutional facilities and master planning for each of these project types.

Acting as CEO of Barlow Eddy Jenkins, P.A., he oversees the overall business operations of the firm.

Chuck Barlow graduated in 1980 with a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Mississippi State University. As testament to the quality of his academic achievements, at graduation he was awarded the American Institute of Architects Student Medal. After working in Boston, MA for a year, Chuck left for England where he attended graduate school at Cambridge University. Finishing two years of further study, he received the Cambridge Diploma in Architecture, with Distinction, in 1983. Previously a guest design critic and/or lecturer at Harvard, Tulane, Ohio State, Carlton, Auburn, Virginia Tech, Mississippi State and at the Cranbrook Academy for Arts, Chuck has continued to be involved in Architectural education by serving as a consulting faculty member in the MSU fifth year program in Jackson for Spring 2007, 2008, and 2009.

Professional and Civic Activities

HealthFutures, Chairman of the Medical Waste Technology Committee 1995
Gavel Society – former member
Mississippi Chapter, AIA – member for 20 years, currently on the Board of Directors and Legislative Affairs Committee Chairman
National Trust for Historic Preservation – current member
Mississippi State Board of Architecture -1997 – 2002 (President in 2001)
Mississippi State University College of Architecture Alumni Fellow 1997
MSU College of Architecture, Art and Design Alumnus of the Year 2006
National Board Member (US), Bishop Masereka Christian Foundation, Uganda