Louis E. Mosley

Louis E. Mosley
Jacobs

Louis has more than 36 years of experience in the design and construction industry and brings solution based perspectives from all sides of the business throughout his career, balancing approximately a third of his years in each facet as the Architect, the Owner, and then the Contractor. Based in Jacobs’ Atlanta office, Louis manages our technical operations ensuring the successful delivery of existing program and construction management contracts with a focus on expanding and growing our business in the Southeast, including Georgia, North and South Carolina, and Florida.

Louis began his career in Atlanta first as an architect working for Turner Associates, Architects & Planners, then served as the School Architect for the Atlanta Public Schools system, and then joined the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games. Louis just recently completed over a 15-year career with (Bovis) Lend Lease, where he was Senior Vice President and Principal-in-Charge of their construction management operations in Charlotte, NC. Key markets in his portfolio of work cover Education, Healthcare, Industrial, Commercial, and Senior Living. Notable career projects include the $2.4 billion multi-phased Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools Capital Improvements Program, the 85,000-seat stadium for the 1996 Centennial Olympic Summer Games in Atlanta and its reconfiguration into MLB’s Turner Field for The Atlanta Braves, the Fulton County Government Center Complex, as well as the landmark Underground Atlanta.

In addition to his construction expertise, Louis holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Hampton (Institute) University and is registered as an NCARB licensed architect. He has completed advanced studies at the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School and Columbia University School of Business, and served for more than 6 years on the Charlotte Executive Board for Teach for America.