Real Estate 2023: JEFFREY M. HYDER
PRESIDENT/CEO, MOSELEY ARCHITECTS, RICHMOND
In August, Hyder succeeded Stewart D. Roberson as president and CEO of the architecture firm; Roberson continues serving as the company’s chair.
Hyder joined Moseley in 1993 after earning his bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech’s School of Architecture. Over the past 30 years, Hyder has served as an architect, operations manager and leader of the firm’s higher education sector, as well as vice president and secretary of the board of directors.
The 11-office architectural firm services clients in the K-12, higher education, civic, justice, senior living and multifamily housing sectors. Its client base has expanded north to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and as far south as the College of Charleston in South Carolina. Founded in 1969, Moseley has earned 24 design awards for higher education facilities in the past decade.
In January, Old Dominion University tapped Moseley and sports architecture firm Populous to renovate its baseball stadium, a $20 million project. Moseley also started design work last fall on Virginia Tech’s new College of Business academic building.