Mentorship-minded architect elevates higher ed practice group
In 2008, as a top graduate from one of the country’s top architectural programs at Virginia Tech, Bradley Lockwood was honored with the American Institute of Architects’ Henry Adams Medal for excellence in architecture. Lockwood has continued his penchant for learning and the sharing of knowledge ever since, with the development of numerous industry mentor relationships throughout the industry. At Moseley Architects, Lockwood continued to impress, quickly being named manager of the firm’s two largest university clients, James Madison University and Old Dominion University. Lockwood temporarily left Moseley to serve as director of higher education for MOA Architecture in Colorado, where he facilitated the firm’s first entry into that market. In 2018, Longwood returned to Moseley Architects, where, working as a managing principal, he reestablished the firm’s Higher Education studio in Raleigh, quickly growing the firm’s work in that market. Lockwood also was involved in the $42-million rebuilding of UNC-Wilmington’s Dobo Hall, which was destroyed by Hurricane Florence in 2018, the state’s largest emergency project to date. He was also involved with the first two design-build procurements initiated through North Carolina’s State Construction Office.