Military Resume


The principal of Guidry-Coastal Architecture, Inc., Sam Guidry, is a former Naval Officer with a record of service in the United States Navy. He received his commission and studied at the Naval Civil Engineer Corps Officer School, Port Hueneme, California. His military experience includes:


Naval Construction Force Support Unit Three

  • Architectural Design Officer
  • Detachment Officer in Charge
  • Company Commanding Officer

20TH Naval Construction Regiment Augment, US Atlantic Fleet


  • Embarkation Officer
  • Combat Training Officer


Amphibious Construction Battalion Two, Us Atlantic Fleet


  • Executive Officer (XO) 


Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 24


  • Architectural Design Officer
  • Company Commanding Officer


EFA LAN, Atlantic Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command


  • Contracting Procurement Officer



He has worked on numerous governmental projects throughout Louisiana, North Carolina and South Carolina. Mr. Guidry also has worked on several hurricane disaster relief and reconstruction projects throughout the Carolinas.


During his service in the Naval Reserves, Mr. Guidry received several awards including: Navy Humanitarian Medal (Hurricane Hugo Recovery), two Navy Achievement Medals for professional achievement and superior performance of duties, Navy Defense Medal (service in military during conflict or war), Expert Marksmanship Medal (M-16); and Expert Marksmanship Medal (45 Caliber Pistol).


Guidry-Coastal Architecture, Inc.’s principal, Sam Guidry, served as a Naval Reservist from 1988 through 2007. His assignments included the following construction projects:


   Camp Johnson, Camp Lejeune


  • Field Training Obstacle Course
  • Renovation of 4 Barracks, Buildings 


       Camp Lejeune, NC


  • 12 Field Shelters
  • 2 Field Shelters, Rifle Range
  • Renovation of 2 Barracks, Buildings, Rifle Range, Camp Lejeune
  • Complete installation and renovation to barracks, laundry facility,
  • New Office Facility, Wildlife and Fisheries, storage area, landscape and  rear deck construction
  • 14 Miles, rehab tank trails


  • Fort Jackson, SC, Army Base
  • 3 Field shelters
  • 20 Miles, Rehab tank tails
  • Rehab Recreation Facilities, Camping Shelter


   Other similar activities included:


  • Disaster recovery, reconstruction of facilities at the Charleston Naval Base, SC, Hurricane Hugo.
  • Disaster recovery, reconstruction of recreational facilities, at the Charleston Naval Base, SC, Hurricane Hugo.
  • Disaster recovery, reconstruction of city owned facilities, Carolina Beach, NC, Hurricane Fran.
  • Construction of 2 miles of walking trails and bridges at Senior Center, Wilmington, NC
  • Maintenance and repair of training facility, Naval Reserve Center, Wilmington, NC, Hurricane Fran.