Harvard Jolly is a St. Petersburg, Florida based architectural firm known for its work on school, healthcare and public buildings. It was founded as a solo practice in 1938 by William B. Harvard, Sr. With the addition of Blanchard E. Jolly as partner, the firm became Harvard Jolly in 1961. In the 1970s Enrique M. Marcet, R. John Clees and William B. Harvard, Jr. joined the firm, which became known as Harvard Jolly Clees Toppe Architecture for some time. Harvard Jolly has offices in St. Petersburg, Tampa, Punta Gorda, Ft. Myers, Jacksonville, Orlando, and Ft. Lauderdale. In 2012, Harvard Jolly was chosen along with Ikon 5 Architects of Princeton, New Jersey to design St. Petersburg Colleges College of Business building In 2013 the firm was chosen to design a 111,000 square foot $60 million police headquarters building in St. Petersburg, Florida. William B. Harvard Sr. was born in Waldo, FL after graduating from Sewanee Military Academy he attended the University of Cincinnati in the mid 1930s. He came home to Florida after his fathers death during the Great Depression, originally apprenticing in Miami. Harvard set up his own practice after a commission brought him to St. Petersburg. Harvard Jolly is known for his modern architecture designs including the St. Petersburg Pier, bandshell in Williams Park, Hospitality House at Busch Gardens, and Pasadena Community Church.