American Institute of Architects (Member)
Community of Civano Design Review Board, 2003-2013
Small Group and Preschool Leader, Canyon del Oro Baptist Church, 1996-Present
Tim Smith AIA
Bachelor of Architecture, University of Arizona, 2002
State of Arizona
Tim Smith’s experience spans a wide range of project types including public and private projects, from educational facilities to office buildings, churches to parks, sports, recreation and community centers. His strengths are working and coordinating with clients, engineers, interior designers, specialists and contractors to create the best solution to meet the client’s needs and maintain design quality. Tim has worked for a contractor in a design-build capacity which broadened his respect for the implementation of ideas and continues to provide a solid foundation for the balance of vision and application.
Tim joined Swaim Associates in 2002 and became a principal in 2019.
World View Headquarters
$12.3 Million, 140,000 SF stratospheric balloon engineering, testing, manufacture and flight control center. Space Port Tucson launchpad. CMAR 12 month design and construction process.
Kino South Sports Complex
$25 Million, 12 Field Competition Long Fields, Facility with Concessions, Lockers, Restrooms, Office and Ticket Collection Structures, and 12 Pickleball Courts
Canyon del Oro Baptist Church
Master Planning and Implementation of Multiple Phases of Growth of an Existing Campus.
- $1 Million, Existing Sanctuary Expansion and Multipurpose Classrooms
- $1 Million, Administrative Office, Lobby and Commercial Kitchen Additions, Sanctuary Re-roof
- $4.7 Million, 600 Seat Sanctuary, Youth Building for Middle and High School Groups, Associated Offices, and Gathering Space
- $1.4 Million, Children’s Classrooms with Combined Gathering Space, Shaded Playground and Exterior Turf Area
Vail Christian Church
$4.5 Million, Church Campus Master Plan and Phase 1 Construction consisting of Multipurpose Gathering Space, and Classrooms gathered around a Courtyard Space
Kino Sports Soccer Stadium
$2.7 Million, 2,250 Seat Soccer Stadium, Master Planned for 5,600 Seats, 3 Additional Soccer Fields Combine to Create a 6 Field Premier Soccer Complex for Professional, College and Youth Soccer
Brandi Fenton Memorial Park
$7.5 Million, 57 Acre Pima County Park and Visitor Center, Master Plan, Community Memorial Garden, Preserved Binghamptom National Historic Landscape, Recreation, Equestrian & Agriculture Areas
Sporting Chance Center at Curtis Park
$4.2 Million, 43,000 SF, 5 Basketball and 8 Volleyball Courts, LEED Gold, Public/Private Partnership, 2013 Metropolitan Pima Alliance Common Ground Award – Community Building