Lane Allmon began his Architecture career in 2000, and joined Morris-Berg Architects in 2003. He is a graduate of UNC Charlotte with a 5 year professional degree in Architecture, and he acquired his North Carolina Architectural License in 2013. His experience includes design of residential dwellings, publically-funded projects and renovations. Following a project from conception through completed construction, and the sense of pride and ownership gained when the building is complete, is what motivates Lane and keeps him engaged in his career. Lane is also passionate about driving efficiency through technology. As the technology manager, Lane helped Morris-Berg become one of the first Architecture offices in Charlotte to convert all projects to a BIM workflow. He is constantly evaluating the latest design software, workflow strategies, and the firm’s current hardware to ensure Morris-Berg is a leader in efficient use of design technology. Lane has been asked to speak regarding the firm’s philosophy on technology at AIA Technology in Architectural Practice seminars and symposiums.
Outside of work, Lane is a husband, and father of two beautiful, energetic, little girls. He serves as a Board of Trustees member at Harrisburg United Methodist Church, and is a Harrisburg YMCA branch board member. Lane is an avid fan of the Carolina Panthers and the UNC Tarheels. It is his belief that striking a good work/life balance is essential to the success of any endeavor.