Formed in 2001 by Antonio R. Bologna, FAIA, Bologna Consultants was established to provide Consulting and Project Management services to individuals, organizations and institutions on a variety of issues relative to the Built Environment. *
Memphis Architect, Downtown Developer and Project Development Consultant, and a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects
As an architect, Tony headed the architectural and planning firm of Bologna & Associates, Inc. for 21 years, concentrating his design activities on the restoration, revitalization and redevelopment of downtown Memphis.
In 2001, Bologna Consultants, LLC was established to provide consulting services to individuals, organizations and institutions on a variety of issues relative to the Built Environment. Bologna Consultants, LLC has expanded its mission to provide Project Management services on a variety of developments.
Some of the award winning downtown projects, buildings and restoration projects in Memphis with which he has been involved are:
Orpheum Theater Expansion South Junction Apartment Community
Sears Crosstown Mixed Use Development Jackson Walk Mixed Use Development
LIFT Health & Wellness Center Jackson Walk Apartment Community
Jackson Walk Plaza & Retail Center Barboro Garage & Flats
Jackson Neighborhood Stabilization Van Vleet Mixed Use Restoration
Toof-Mural Mixed Use Restoration FairPark District – TRA-Tupelo, MS
Harbor Town Planned Development South Bluffs Planned Development
The Shrine Building, The Cotton Exchange Building,
Brinkley Plaza, 88 Union Center,
One Memphis Place, Union Commons Cooperative,
St. Peter's Catholic Church Restoration Christopher Columbus Park,
Elvis Presley Plaza, Memphis Businessmen’s Club
The Downtown Y.M.C.A., Paperworks Apartments,
The Gallery Condominiums, Historic Beale Street
The South Main Street and South Bluffs Warehouse Historic Districts.
Main & Market Historic District, Chattanooga, TN
Tony is a past chair and member of the Memphis and Shelby County Building Code Advisory Board. He was instrumental in the development and adoption of the first seismic building code for Memphis and Shelby County and each subsequent seismic upgrade of the code. He was instrumental in developing the city's first anti-neglect ordinance. Tony was recently appointed by Mayor Wharton as citizen co-chair for Building Codes for the Mayor’s Sustainable Shelby Initiative.
Former Vice-president of Development for Henry Turley Company for twelve years, and Director of Development for both Harbor Town and South Bluffs Planned Developments. Tony continues to be involved in Downtown’s redevelopment as a development consultant under the firm name Bologna Consultants, LLC which provides consulting services on the “Built Environment” to Developers, Architects, Institutions and Individuals.
Past President of the Memphis Chapter of Lambda Alpha International .
1989 Urban Design and environment Award from Memphis Center City Commission
2001 Downtown Pioneer Award from Downtowner Magazine
2004 recipient of the Memphis Center City Commission’s Vision Award.
2009 recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from
Memphis Chapter of Lambda Alpha International
A1964 graduate of Tulane University with a Masters degree in Architecture.
Tony has lived in Memphis for over 50 years.
Tony & Dee have been married for over 60 years, and have three children and seven grandchildren.