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Central Florida native Suzanne Barnes has always used her expertise in architecture to teach others how to become better stewards of the environment and of taxpayer dollars.  She began her architectural pursuit at age 12 when she interviewed local architect Robert Koch for a civics report. Later, while in graduate school, Suzanne organized a European tour for 18 fellow students after interning on historic projects in Chautauqua, NY; Tallahassee, FL and at the Preservation Institute:  Nantucket under the direction of “Father of Historic Preservation”, Blair Reeves.   UF Architecture Faculty awarded Suzanne the Alpha Rho Chi Medal as the graduating senior who “has shown an affinity for leadership, performed willing service for the school or department, and gives promise of real professional merit through his or her attitude and personality; commending those students who show true professional merit beyond the design studio and their academic career.”

After college graduation, Suzanne returned to Orlando and served on the Orlando Historic Preservation Board for several years while cutting her teeth with local architecture firms specializing in design for the elderly.  Suzanne’s thesis on the Adaptive Re-Use of a Hotel for the Elderly led her to Florida Hospital for 9 years, where she held the hospital’s architecture license as Assistant Director of Design until she went on Sabbatical in 2000.  Suzanne eventually realized her research and speaking gifts when she was voted as top presenter over the opening and closing keynote speakers at the 35th ASHE Conference in Colorado entitled:   Life Cycle Benefits in Health Care –Our Methodology Was All Wrong! Suzanne’s research showing others how to save money through design has opened many doors as she began teaching continuing education, writing, public speaking, and submitting project ideas for television.

Two of Suzanne’s houses have been pursued for 3 commercials and a HGTV show.  A year ago HGTV’s Justin Cave of Ground-Breakers remarked on film that Suzanne’s Outdoor Living Room was “one of the top five (projects) he has ever seen.”  Taking a sabbatical from Hospital Facility Management after her husband’s detached retina allowed Suzanne to pursue public speaking, travel, teaching and continuing education leadership.

Serving as fundraiser and parent teacher/partner in her children’s schools, Suzanne has also successfully raised monies for many charity causes and even launched a public speaking camp at the Doe River Gorge.  She has been very involved in pursuing grants on behalf of the University of Florida Citylab Orlando through face-to-face meetings, project development and continuing education coordination.  Suzanne usually ends up as chairman for the projects and events that she participates in.  Her primary focus in the past several years has been to generate grant funding and education opportunities for local students.  She has also submitted many proposals to the television networks on DIY design, cooking, adaptive reuse, value engineering, and even on how to turn an ordinary house into a design show-house for charity.  Suzanne has been very pro-active in creating Florida’s first AGRI-TOURISM informational seminars, introducing the value of planning and sustainable Olive crop designs within communities.

Suzanne’s husband, Bill, is citrus grower who received his law degree from UF.  Bill nearly lost his life while in a tractor accident on his farm during college, and his miracle story adds a rich experience to the blessings that the Barnes family have encountered. Suzanne and Bill are both very interested in promoting the education, stature and presence of agriculture and planning in the Central Florida design community particularly in their areas of expertise: design, preservation, public speaking, architecture, law, agriculture, landscaping, business, chemistry and math.  Suzanne and Bill have traveled extensively around the world researching design, planning, crop and agritourism issues.  Suzanne and Bill hope to pursue additional agricultural and planning research topics for designers and politicians to consider regarding the future planning of Florida.

In her spare time, Suzanne has been co-president of a tennis league of women and an amateur chef who proudly placed 3 recipes in the finals of the Florida Citrus Recipe Contest.  As a researcher and teacher, she is passionate about creating alliances between fellow designers, facility managers, landscapers and the agricultural community.

Suzanne is currently volunteering for the University of Florida Citylab-Orlando to help jump start their graduate architecture school program in Central Florida by hosting fundraisers, coordinating alumni education feedback, and raising support through continuing education, graduate programs, internships and lectures.

As a published architect, realtor & facility manager, Suzanne’s passion is to teach everyone how to save millions using life cycle analysis and value engineering. Thousands of people already follow Suzanne’s blog recommendations daily on Twitter @Suggestions4YOU, @PresBaldwinPark, @ArchitectLINK, @SuzFinds and @Citruslink.  HGTV video and TV commercial cameos are available online.