Chesney Floyd

Chesney Floyd

Associate / Project Architect


Chesney is an accomplished designer who has worked on projects ranging from single- and multi-family residential, commercial mixed-use and academic facilities. Most recently he has been working as a Project Architect on the Gateway Education Center buildings at the new Rellis Academic Complex of Texas A&M University – flagship research and teaching buildings that will define the character of the new campus in Bryan, Texas.

Chesney also brings a strong foundation in technical detailing and design of building systems; innovative past projects have included the first commercial cross-laminated timber building in the state of Texas, a promising building technology that can reduce the carbon footprint of tall buildings.

He has a background in fine arts, graphics and free-hand drafting – his socially- and ecologically-engaged designs have been recognized by several competition juries, including a first prize award for an urban master plan for the International Boundary between El Paso and Ciudad Juarez.