Lloyd D. Lindley, FASLA, is head of his Portland-based urban design, planning, and landscape architecture firm, which specializes in urban design and transportation-oriented projects. The firm is committed to assisting communities with strategies and the design and development of corridors, neighborhoods, and commercial districts. Lloyd leads and works with multi-disciplinary teams that include architects, engineers, economists, market specialists, and landscape architects.
Lloyd has more than 30 years of experience managing complex design teams. He has been responsible for urban design and transit-related projects in Oregon; Washington; California; Texas; New Jersey; Vancouver, British Columbia; and City of New Westminster, British Columbia. Lloyd has served as project architect for the Westside Corridor and San
Diego light rail projects, including the design of all bridges and
aerial stations. He has designed bridges and elevated transit and
transportation structures in the US and Canada. Most recently, he
designed the Martin Luther King Jr. Viaduct.
He is Past Chair of the City of Portland Design Commission and has served on the City of Tigard Design Evaluation Team, the City of Portland Urban Forestry Commission and the American Society of Landscape Architects Urban Design Review Committee (Portland), and the Portland American Institute of Architects Urban Design Committee. Most recently he co-chaired the N/NE Quadrant advisory committee for Portland's Central City plan update, a two year process.
Lloyd is a Fellow of American Society of Landscape Architects. He is an
adjunct professor at the University of Oregon School of Architecture and
Allied Arts Portland program. He received a bachelor of landscape
architecture degree from the University of Oregon.