Art Clement


  • American Institute of Architects, Member
  • Board Member, The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation
  • Former Board Member, Families First
  • Former Board Member and Chair, First Congregational Church, UCC
  • Member, Fourth Ward West Neighborhood Association in Atlanta
  • Leadership Atlanta, Class of 1992

Arthur Clement

Senior Project Manager


Arthur Clement, who joined Silverman Construction Project Management as a Project Manager in June of 2015, has extensive experience in managing higher education construction projects in Georgia. Art is a proven team leader that his university clients can trust with their construction projects from concept design to move-in. Over the past twenty years, Art has completed a diverse number of Board of Regents projects for the University System of Georgia, working on seven campuses.

Art’s passion for higher education and historic preservation projects led him to become an author. He is currently writing a book entitled, “The Architecture and Campus Development of Georgia’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities” for the University of Georgia Press. After many years of working on both private and public HBCU campuses either as an architect, campus planner, and construction program manager, Art became interested in the relationships between campus development, presidential leadership, race relations, and architectural styles identified with certain historical periods. Art’s book project explores these themes within the context of the evolution of higher education for African Americans in Georgia.

Prior to joining Silverman, Art was a principal at Clement & Wynn Program Managers for twenty-two years. His previous experience included stints with H. J. Russell Construction Company, managing their program management division, and with Heery’s program management subsidiary.

Notable Projects

  • Bearings Bike Shop
  • Spelman College – The Center for the Arts and Innovation
  • Savannah State University – New Science & Technology facility for the College of Science & Technology
  • Albany State University – New Student Center with bookstore, ballroom, food court area and student support spaces
  • Atlanta Metropolitan State College – New Academic Sciences Building
  • Fort Valley State University – New Academic Classroom & Laboratory Building
  • Georgia Institute of Technology – Student Center Commons Renovation
  • Georgia State University – New Student Center
  • University of Georgia – Food Science & Technology Center Expansion & Renovation


Bachelor of Architecture, North Carolina State University
Masters of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology