Reid Lockwood

Project Manager

About Reid:

Reid is from a small town east of Toledo, Ohio, but claims he’s from Michigan. He joined the Graybach team in December 2017. He is a graduate of Wittenberg University. Prior to joining the Graybach team, he was a Project Manager/Estimator for a construction company out of The Villages, Florida performing Residential and Commercial construction. Even further back, he was a Project Manager for a Contract Dredging company out of Leesburg, Florida. He and his family (wife Megan and two children, Parker and Quinn) moved back up north to be closer to family.

The projects that he has been involved with include: DMG Mori, Menards (Fairfield, Miamisburg, and Tipp City), St. Clair Township Salt Barn, University of Cincinnati (Nippert Stadium Scoreboard and Men’s Shower Expansion), and the Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Service.

In His Free Time:

In his free time, Reid enjoys spending time with family. His children love the going to the Cincinnati Zoo to see Fiona and the Meerkats. He and the fam love hopping around the Tri-State to every variety of parks, games, theatre, the aquarium - you name it. Weather-permitting, they spend time at their lake house on Nolin Lake in Mammoth Cave, KY, where they swim, boat, 4-wheel, and sit around campfires. Of course, Reid also loves tackling home remodel projects or watching the Michigan Wolverines Win and the Detroit Lions Lose (that comes with being a diehard Lions fan).

Fun Fact:

Aside from random sports fandom (Philadelphia Flyers, Michigan Wolverines, Detroit Lions, FC Cincinnati), Reid's big love is his love of dogs. Faves: Dachshunds and Corgis. What’s not to love about an animal that has 4” legs and a 3’ body?

Favorite Graybach Project:

He loves all of his projects. What he enjoys most are projects at the University of Cincinnati: “Everyone I’ve worked hand-in-hand with at the University of Cincinnati have been fantastic, which makes the projects great.”

There is also a design/build project that’s in the beginning stages for a bar in Harrison, Ohio. He has really enjoyed the beginning design process with the owners and generating different ideas for the space.