Ginny Chilton AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Senior Associate / Project Manager
Ginny Chilton’s early exposure to the worlds of construction and art led to her career as an architect. She accredits most of her development to her family and teachers who helped spark her interest in architecture at a young age. As a project manager, Ginny uses her acquired skills to build friendships with clients and help them realize the vision for their companies.
Ginny explains what intrigued her the most about architecture was the concept of designing buildings that would improve the lives of those inside. Her favorite part of her job is watching clients go through the design process and seeing them envision their new business or office.
At Page, Ginny has helped design several higher academic projects, including the new Dell Medical School for the University of Texas, Texas A&M Health Science Center in Round Rock and the visual arts school and nursing school at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. The Plainview, TX native grew up working at her father’s local HVAC company, where she learned to read blueprints and plans as well as to build and install duct work. "It's definitely where I developed a love for designing and building things," she said.
Ginny’s parents visited a lot of art museums with her while she was growing up, and her teachers helped develop her skills at an early age. Her seventh grade industrial technology teacher gave her a book on modern architecture, and her algebra teacher laid the groundwork for the math she uses at work.
Ginny continued her education at Texas A&M University, where she received a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Architecture.