Male, born 1889, died 1976

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Robert and Company, Architects

Professional History

Partner, Robert and Company, Engineers and Architects, Atlanta, GA, 1917- . In 2014, the Robert And Company web site indicated: "Architecture has been an integral part of Robert and Company since the firm was founded in 1917 by L.W. “Chip” Robert, Jr. Over the years, the firm has participated in a wide range of industrial, institutional, military and municipal projects for clients including General Electric, B.F. Goodrich, J.P. Stephens, Westinghouse, Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, and the Coca Cola Company. Notable projects that followed in the intervening years range from Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the Atlanta Civic Center, Callaway Gardens, Grady Memorial Hospital as well as projects at Emory University, the Air Force Academy and the Georgia Institute of Technology." (See "Architecture," Robert and Company,Accessed 12/02/2014.)

Assistant Treasurer of the United States, United States Treasury Department, 1933-1936 ; Robert was the chief administrator of the Works Progress Administration (WPA).


B.S., Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), Atlanta, GA, 1908; B.S., Experimental Engineering, (Georgia Tech), Atlanta, GA, 1909.


He was nicknamed, "Chip." Member, Georgia Board of Regents, 1937; Secretary, Democratic National Committee, 1936. Executive Officer, Conference of Southeastern Governors, 11/1937- ;

PCAD id: 2688