Jim Ingram

Jim Ingram, AIA, NCARB

Jim is a recognized expert in the field of corrections design. He has been the architect for more than 150 correctional building programs. Jim’s work also includes higher education, agricultural, industrial, military, aviation, sports and recreation facilities. Jim's projects reflect optimum efficiency for clients through responsible programming and sound building design practices. His philosophy incorporates consideration of both tangible and intangible concepts and processes throughout design and construction which yield sound design solutions with reasonable associated costs.

Jim's Recent Projects

From Jim's Clients...

Jim Ingram and his team are very knowledgeable of jail design and offer innovative designs that are extremely cost effective. In addition, through their design standards, the construction bids came in well under budget.
— Alan Ours, County Administrator Glynn County, Georgia
For the past eleven years I have worked with Jim Ingram on multiple projects. His knowledge and expertise in the building trades has been invaluable. He has done an excellent job of interpreting our desires and understands the constraints of our budget. He is quick to make recommendations to both improve efficiency and cut cost. I think the thing that I most appreciate about Jim is that he answers the phone when I call and responds promptly to our RFIs. I can heartily recommend him for Architectural services.
— Garry Gable, Sr. Project Engineer, Georgia Department of Corrections
I was most impressed with Mr. Ingram’s responsiveness to our needs. He always answered phone calls and emails promptly and was willing to come to the project site for scheduled and unscheduled visits anytime he was needed. His objective was to ensure we were getting the product we wanted. Jim made sure we had all relevant information on the project available to us and he encouraged our input every step of the way. In the end, we have enjoyed overwhelming community support for building such a beautiful, yet secure facility at a reasonable cost.
— Ronald Corbett, Undersheriff Glynn County Sheriff’s Department
When you complete a multi-million dollar project and the Sheriff, the Commissioners, the Contractor, and the Architect are all satisfied with the finished product and are still friends, that is an excellent project.
— William C. Massee, Jr., Sheriff, Baldwin County