The Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Gaither and Bloomingdale High Schools, the Harbour Island project, Mobley Park and Osbourne Landing Apartments … these are just a few of the projects Architectural Project Manager Ronald L. Harden has been a part of that have helped the community of Tampa expand both economically and culturally in 36 years. These projects have helped create homes, jobs and cultural events for the African-American and other mixed communities in the city, and have helped them create better lives for themselves. Ronald Lee Harden resides in Riverside Heights in Tampa, Florida. Before the economy slowed down, he worked as a project manager for local architectural firms. He spends his time designing artwork and is currently writing a suspense novel.
Untold Architectural Black History of Tampa, Florida: My 36-Year Architectural Career in Tampa – KINDLE
Published Date: May 17, 2022
Ronald Lee Harden
Since I was blessed to have the opportunity to have a thirty-six career in architecture, made possible by the courageous efforts of the people of the Civil Rights Movement and by movements by others prior to the 1950s, I would like to dedicate this book to the “Freedom Fighter’s” of The United States of America.