Baskervill expands team

Baskervill recently hired three project designers, an electrical designer, and a project architect.


Tyler Cragle, LEED AP; Jevon Brookes, LEED AP; Maurice Glass; and Alfred Walker have recently joined Baskervill, Richmond, Va.

Tyler Cragel, LEED AP, joined the firm as a project designer. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Technology from Alfred State College SUNY College of Technology. Cragel was previously employed by nbj Architecture of Glen Allen, Va.

Jevon Brookes, LEED AP, joined the firm as a project designer. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Hampton University. Brookes was previously employed by Becker Morgan Group in Salisbury, Md.

Maurice Glass joined the firm as a project designer. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Hampton University. Glass was previously employed by Baxter Bailey and Associates and Thomas Hamilton and Associates of Richmond.

Alfred Walker joined the firm as an electrical designer. He holds an Associates in Applied Science degree in Architectural Engineering and Technology from John Tyler Community College and was previously employed by Truland Services in Richmond.

Wayne Alexander, RA, recently re-joined the firm.  Alexander is a project architect with the healthcare division.

- Edited by Amanda McLeman, Consulting-Specifying Engineer,

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