Alvin J. Cox, A.I.A.

Alvin Cox graduated from in 1972 from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana where he received a Bachelor of Architecture and later a Masters of Architecture degree. In 1977, he co-founded Potter and Cox Architects & practiced as a Principal in that firm for 27 years.

In 2003, he co-founded Cox, Allen and Associates, Architects, Inc and serves now as the President.

Mr. Cox has enormous respect for the field of architecture and embraces the unique relationship between the architect, the client and the builders who bring projects to reality. Serving as principal architect for more than thirty years, Mr. Cox brings a focused dynamic presence to the often formidable task of merging programmatic and budgetary objectives. Mr. Cox is fortunate that his projects reach far across the architectural spectrum. His reward is loyal clientele and a broadening base of experience including a wide array of projects in health care, hospitality, civic, military, liturgical, commercial, office, judicial, applied technology and historic architecture. Now more than ever, projects require an enormous knowledge of materials, technology and environmental sustainability------all of which Mr. Cox invests in his work.

Mr. Cox has devoted much of his life to the advancement of architecture through professional organizations and through community activism. Mr. Cox is currently the President Elect for AIA Kentucky and serves as a member of a committee for the American Institute of Architects addressing the federal procurement of design services.

Mr. Cox is involved in the ministry of his church and believes that the human spirit can be lifted not only through architecture, but also in a relationship with our Creator.