Clifford W. Lloyd AIA
Cliff began his architectural career in Dallas running the print machines for the firm of Roscoe DeWitt, where he spent 19 years learning about the business of architecture and advancing from architectural draftsman to an Associate for the office.
In 1975, DeWitt’s practice merged with Page, then known as Page Southerland Page, and Cliff was named Executive Director, with the responsibility of managing the day to day operations of the Dallas office. He was promoted to Partner and General Manager of the firm in 1988 and assumed responsibility for handling the retirement plan and all insurance-related functions, in addition to serving as project manager and contract administrator for many projects in the Dallas office.
As project manager, Cliff developed successful relationships with a number of long-term clients, including Harris Methodist hospitals, Austin College, Texas Woman’s University and the school districts of Dallas, Irving and Plano. His projects have typically ranged in size from one to sixty million dollars in construction value.
Cliff was named Executive Vice President in 2007, and in this capacity he attends all partner meetings and serves as Secretary of Page Southerland Page, Inc., Page Architects-Engineers, Inc. and Page Southerland Page International, Ltd. Cliff continues to manage the operational aspects of the Dallas office and is project manager on a number of current projects.