Michael E. Smelcer
Bachelors Degree in Architecture from the University of Tennessee, 1978
Licensed to practice architecture in 1982
Mike has more than 34 years of experience in the practice of architecture with experience in municipal buildings, churches, restaurants, condominiums, motels, parking structures and numerous commercial buildings.
Mike is a member of First Baptist Church of Pigeon Forge where he serves a Sunday School Teacher. He also serves on the Board of Calvary Road Ministries, David Cobb Evangelism Association, City of Gatlinburg Adjustment and Appeals, Board Member of Forever Parks Foundation for Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and Graduate of Class of 2010 Leadership Sevier.
Mike has been lead architect of W.L. Mills Auditorium, Leconte Center at Pigeon Forge, Pigeon Forge Fire Station #2, Gatlinburg Golf Club House, Ski Mountain Fire Station, Inn at the Christmas Place, Partridge and Pear Restaurant, Pigeon Forge Welcome Center, Fred McMahan Parking Garage, Mainstay Suites, Pigeon Forge Community Center and Gatlinburg Parkway Vistors Center.
Other projects can be provided if requested.