Virginia Architect J. Everette Fauber III, AIA, Installed as Regional Director of National Architect Council

Washington, DC—J. Everette “Ebo” Fauber III, AIA, of Lynchburg, VA, was installed on the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Board of Directors at its 89th Annual Meeting and Conference in Pittsburgh, PA, last month. As the director for Region 2 (Middle-Atlantic Conference), Fauber represents the U.S. jurisdictions of Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia. The Middle-Atlantic States Conference elected Fauber director in June 2008 during its regional meeting in Pittsburgh, PA.

Fauber began his professional career in the Washington, DC area in 1963. In 1970, he joined J. Everette Fauber Jr., FAIA, Architects, the architectural firm his father founded in 1945. He later purchased the firm. In 2000, the firm merged with BCWH Architecture. Fauber retired from BCWH in 2003 and became the sole proprietor of Fauber Architects. His work has included restoration, education, ecclesiastical, custom residential, and local government projects, as well as veterinary hospitals and animal shelters.

A graduate of the University of Virginia (UVA), Fauber received a Bachelor of Architecture in 1963. For several years, he chaired the UVA School of Architecture’s fundraising efforts and served two terms as a member of the University’s Annual Giving Advisory Board. Fauber currently serves as co-chair of UVA’s Historic Preservation Program. He holds the NCARB Certificate for national reciprocity and is registered to practice in Virginia.

Fauber has served on the Virginia State Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, Certified Interior Designers, and Landscape Architects (APELSCIDLA) commencing in 1989. During this time he has been chosen by various NCARB presidents to serve on a number of Council committees, including the Task Analysis Conversion Task Force and the ARE Division B—Graphics Committee. For the past four years he has chaired the Committee on Professional Conduct.

Throughout his career Fauber has been involved with the Virginia Society American Institute of Architects (AIA), and in many civic activities. He received the Community Service Award from the Blue Ridge Chapter of AIA and the Virginia Society AIA presented him with the Distinguished Achievement Award.

Fauber is married to the former Georgia M. Willis, a retired bank president, and has two daughters and two grandchildren.