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Raymond G. Post

At a Glance

Class Year: 1961

Award Year: 2002

Degree: Bachelor of Architecture

Profession: Architecture


Raymond G. “Skipper” Post ’63 (ARCH), a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects (AIA), is the founding principal of Post Architects in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He earned a Bachelor of Architecture at Texas A&M in 1963, became a registered architect in 1965 and founded Post Architects in 1968. He has been involved in projects of most every description, including academic, institutional, retail, commercial, restoration, religious, entertainment and sports. His firm has earned numerous design awards. Post created a master plan for the Louisiana State Capitol Complex. He has played a leading role in the AIA, serving as the national president in 1996. He was president of and remains active in AIA Louisiana. He is also past president of the Louisiana Board of Architectural Examiners. He served as jury chairman to select an international architecture firm to design a billion-dollar financial center in Beijing, China. Post established an endowed scholarship in the Department of Architecture in 2003 and was the 2018 Chancellor of the AIA College of Fellows.