Award-winning architecture, design, and strategy firm NELSON Worldwide announced the addition of Brad Ewing as Regional Practice Leader of the Civic, Community, Justice & Education (CCJ&E) practice. Brad will provide oversight and expertise in building upon the practice’s success, working collaboratively with national and regional leadership to create opportunities for continued growth. 

“Brad brings both versatile design expertise and keen business acumen to NELSON and the CCJ&E practice,” notes Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at NELSON Worldwide, John “Ozzie” Nelson Jr. “Through his leadership and direction, the practice will continue to see success and exciting growth within and outside of the region.”

Brad is an experienced senior architect and project manager with extensive knowledge in building design and space planning. He attributes his passion for architecture and design to his upbringing and love for creating environments that evoke emotion and improve lives. Throughout his career, he has managed and designed a diverse range of projects, including retail spaces, courthouses, correctional facilities, federal buildings, healthcare facilities, aerospace and manufacturing facilities, among others. Brad has demonstrated success in building and growing practices, particularly in CCJ&E, and brings abundant knowledge to the Southeast and the firm as a whole. 

“I am excited to join a design firm known for its creativity and expertise nationwide and partner with a talented and dedicated team who share my interest in designing to empower communities,” remarks Brad. “My goal is to guide and lead our practice while having fun doing what we love, which is to create and be creative.”

As Regional Practice Leader, Brad will leverage his diverse experience and NELSON’s nationwide expertise to build and lead teams to complete thoughtfully designed Civic, Community, Justice & Education projects and further develop the firm as a reputable partner in the industry.