Frank Lucas has over twenty years of diverse architectural experience. In the past, Mr. Lucas has
been affiliated with excellent design firms such as Graham Gund Architects (Senior Associate), RTKL
Inc. (Associate Vice-President) and Ayers/Saint/Gross (Principal). He has been responsible for the
design and management of a variety of project types which include commercial, corporate,
institutional, and residential buildings. Many of these projects are either renovations or historic
restorations. He was Project Architect for the Reston Town Center as well as many other institutional
and commercial projects. Most recently he has lead the $6 million renovation and addition to the
main humanities classroom building at Goucher College and the $4 million clubhouse and cottages
at the Sand Ridge Golf Club in Ohio. He also has recent college and university experience at
George Washington University, The University of Virginia, Syracuse University, and Virginia Tech. His
recent school experience includes work at Gilman School and Friends School in Baltimore.
Frank is a skilled architect and designer with the expertise to carry projects from feasibility and
planning through construction drawings. He has won a National Urban Design Award from the
American Institute of Architects for his work at Reston Town Center as well as awards from the
Baltimore Chaper/AIA and the Maryland Society of Architects. He has taught at the Maryland
Institute College of Art and the Boston Architectural Center and been a guest critic at the University
of Virginia and the University of Maryland. In addition, Frank has served on the Board of Directors of
the Baltimore AIA, the Foundation of Architecture, and the Neighborhood Design Center. In 1999, he
was President of AIA Baltimore, and in 2000 received the Distinguished Service Award from the same