By Mark Green Mark Green: You became CEO and president in 2017. What are the things that inform how you lead Luckett & Farley today? Aric Andrew: I always wanted to be an architect. I love painting and drawing, and growing up on a farm I developed an appreciation for how things were made and interacting with nature. Imagine a young person walking into a tobacco barn filled with its dappled light; that is the passionate part of this. It brought a passion about design and architecture to the table. Luckett & Farley was my second job; I was with another firm nearly 15 years and went from intern to vice president. I was passionate about design and I figured out that using my design talent to get clients excited about projects was important, especially when we were trying win work. I found myself in higher education, where clients really like design, and helped to grow that market to be the second largest in our company – second only to the industrial market, which then included everything from automotive to distilled spirits to manufacturing. I became the leader of the higher ed group and treated the pursuit of this work… Read full this story
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