Rick Pariani

Rick is the Vice President, Design and Development for Davidson Development, Inc. and interfaces with all real estate aspects of the Davidson Companies business. He also serves as Director of the Saint Johns Architectural Review Committee (SJARC), in charge of the review and approval of all WGV residential and commercial development.

Rick graduated in 1977 from The School of Environmental Design at the University of Georgia, including art, design and architecture study in Cortona, Italy at the University's Art Studies Abroad Program.

Rick has served as a Research Consultant and Resource Specialist for the Coastal Resources Unit at the Georgia Department of Natural Resources in Brunswick, Georgia for five years. He became a Managing Principal at the SWA Group's Boca Raton Office as well as its Laguna Beach Office and conducted national and international project design work for ten years, while helping to manage and grow the firm. Afterwards, he became a Partner of EDAW, working in the Atlanta office for six years, including serving as the Design Team Leader for Centennial Olympic Park.

Rick joined the Davidson Companies in 1997 and has been responsible for directing design and development, particularly in connection with the neighborhood, mixed-use and core areas of World Golf Village.