Terrell N. Musgrove III, AIA, Joins LAN as Program Manager
December 17, 2015
(HOUSTON – Dec. 17, 2015) Terrell N. Musgrove III, AIA, joins civil engineering firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) as a program manager. In this role, he will be responsible for planning, executing and finalizing the design and construction of K-12, higher education and federal projects. He also will be responsible for expanding the firm’s program management services in these markets.
Musgrove has nearly 30 years of experience managing education, federal and healthcare projects of various sizes from inception to completion. Previously, he served as architect-of-record and project manager at Jacobs Engineering where his responsibilities included providing architectural design, construction documents, construction specifications and construction administration services.
“Terrell brings the perfect complement of program management expertise, skills and depth in architectural design, as well as an extensive background working on various K-12, higher education and federal projects,” said Joseph Waterfield, Vice President and Business Group Director of LAN’s Facilities Group. “He is a great addition to our team and will help LAN better serve our clients.”
Musgrove served as the program manager for the $122 million Bond Management Program for Jackson Public Schools in Mississippi. As part of the program, he managed the design and construction of two new middle schools, a new elementary school, a high school athletic facility as well as system upgrades to seven existing schools. He also has provided architectural services for multiple higher education, hospitals and federal facilities throughout the country, including the University of Arizona Student Union Memorial Center at Tucson, Baylor Scott & White Memorial Hospital at College Station, Texas, and the National Personnel Records Center at St. Louis.
Musgrove received a bachelor’s degree in environmental design and a master of architecture degree from Texas A&M University. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and a registered architect in Texas. He also is a licensed architect in California and Utah.