Lloyd leads the 40+ person team at DMR, which among many recognitions and achievements has recently celebrated four consecutive listings as the #5 New Jersey architectural firm; two consecutive listings on NJBiz’s Best Places to Work in New Jersey; and a national ranking on Real Estate Forum’s list of the 2016 Fastest Growing Companies, which recognized DMR’s 44% increase in staff size and 85% increase in billing from 2015 to 2016.

For 26 years, Lloyd has overseen DMR’s thousands of design and construction projects, which represent hundreds of millions of dollars in construction work. Among these projects are many that have had a great impact on the landscape of New Jersey, including the State’s first nature museum, the first school for the blind and the first LEED certified public school; Bergen County’s first brewery; the rail station that first brought train service to the Meadowlands; and the new High Tech High School, and the $140 million vocational/technical high school in Hudson County. The thousands of other projects completed under Lloyd’s direction demonstrate DMR’s wide range of skills and services, and include sophisticated healthcare facilities, elementary schools, luxury lofts, downtown master plans, police stations, parks, modern offices, academic facilities, sports complexes, renovations to an elementary school forced to close following Superstorm Sandy and construction oversight of the much-anticipated American Dream project.

Lloyd received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma and completed Graduate Studies at Columbia University. He remains active in numerous architectural and professional organizations, and currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Educational Leadership Foundation of New Jersey and on the advisory board for the Rutgers Center for Real Estate.