David F. Jones, AIA

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David F. Jones, AIA, NCARB | Project Architect

David F. Jones, AIA, NCARB | Project Architect

As a Project Architect with The Crump Firm, Mr. Jones brings a wide variety of building type experience to the office.  He is involved in all aspects of the design process to include programming, conceptual design, space planning, design development, construction documents and construction administration. 

David is married and has a son and daughter, both grown. He enjoys general aviation related activities, such as building and flying an experimental airplane - yes, he will fly what he builds. David also enjoys fly fishing and traveling when he can.


Bachelor of Arts
University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, AR

Bachelor of Architecture 
University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, AR

Notable Projects

Electric Power Associations:
Northcentral Electric Power Association Office Complex (Olive Branch, MS)
Magnolia Electric Power Association Office Complex (McComb, MS)
North East Mississippi Electric Power Association Remodel and Additions (Oxford, MS)
Monroe County Electric Power Association (Amory, MS)
Southwest Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (Atoka, TN)

Southwest Tennessee Community College (Memphis, TN)
New Academic Building - Macon Cove Campus

State and National Level Veteran Cemeteries:
West Tennessee Veterans Cemetery and Columbarium Expansion (Memphis, TN)
Memphis National Cemetery and Columbarium (Memphis, TN)
Great Lakes National Cemetery Honor Guard Building (Troy, MI)

Honors & Awards

Excellence in Construction citation for new commercial projects between $10M and $25M from the West Tennessee Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC)



Served as an Active Duty Engineer Officer with the 237th Engineer Battalion, 7th Engineer Brigade, 7th Corps stationed in Heilbronn, Federal Republic of Germany.  

Served as a Reserve Duty Engineer Officer with various Engineer Commands to include the 90th Regional Support Command, 416th Theater Engineer Command, and the 412th Theater Engineer Command.  Activated for Operation Iraqi Freedom 2 (OIF 2) from January 2004 thru March 2005. 

Retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in January 2012.

Professional Registration


Licensed in Tennessee and Arkansas