Timothy D. Strucely has joined planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) as a program manager. He will be responsible for planning, executing and finalizing the design and construction of K-12 school facilities and higher education projects. He will also be responsible for expanding the firm’s program management services in these markets.
Strucely has 30 years of experience as a program manager and architect. He has managed massive capital bond programs from inception to completion, both as an owner’s representative and consultant. Previously, he served the Dallas Independent School District (ISD) as executive director of construction. Prior to that, he served two other school districts in Nevada and Texas in senior leadership roles. Some of the notable capital bond programs he has implemented include Dallas ISD’s $1.6 billion program that included 92 projects, Clark County ISD’s (Nevada) $5.2 billion program comprising 353 campuses, and Round Rock ISD’s $299 million program.
Strucely is a registered architect in Texas, is NCARB-certified, and a LEED-accredited professional. He received his bachelor’s degree in architecture from University of Texas, Arlington, and his master’s degree in construction management from Texas A&M University.