Charles J. Reid

Senior Architect


Charles Reid is a skilled technical architect whose tremendous breadth of architecture, interior design, facilities assessment, and construction administration experience spans multiple markets in both the public and private sectors. He manages multidisciplinary architectural / engineering design-build and design-bid-build teams both domestically and internationally. Charles specializes in an extensive range of building materials through the development of exterior / interior details of wall systems, flashings, windows and curtain wall, blast-resistance hardening, solar shading, skylights, expansion joints, roofing and below-grade waterproofing systems, fire-rated interior walls, and millwork. His design approach prioritizes the implementation of design in close coordination with all involved stakeholders, ensuring that each project he oversees is respectful of the design in the development of technical detailing.

Charles's project portfolio features highly complex, large-scale efforts. Locally, he served as the senior architect / discipline leader and USACE design manager for the delivery of the 2.4 million SF National Geospatial Intelligence Agency – New Campus East at Fort Belvoir, and was the project manager for Phase 2 of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project. Internationally, he was the senior architect / supervisor for the design-build delivery of the Riyadh Metro Project, which was the largest infrastructure project in the world. In addition to his government and transportation experience, he has been instrumental in the delivery of numerous cultural, civic, and landmark projects, including courthouses, historic renovations of higher education structures, and a historic facility assessment report on the existing roof and skylights for the Lincoln Memorial.

Years of Industry Experience

Bachelor of Architecture, Virginia Tech

Professional Licenses, Certifications, Memberships, and Associations
Registered Architect