D Magazine: Andre Gray Discusses His Own Career Path to Architecture
Andre Grey, Architect and Director of Dallas Operations at Moody Nolan sits down with DMagazine to discuss his own path to Architecture, and to give a sneak peek at an exciting five-year mater plan for Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
D Magazine explains, “Gray, who was named head of the Dallas office in 2018, is leading an expansion into aviation after teaming up with Merchant Aviation, a renowned planner based in New Jersey, and landing a five-year master plan contract with Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
Moody Nolan was recently honored with the 2021 Architecture Firm Award from the American Institute of Architects, and the Dallas office was selected for the Kay Bailey Hutchinson expansion renovation. Gray says the combined wins will open a lot of doors for the Dallas branch.
“It’s about getting breaks—let’s face it,” he says. “You just have to seize those opportunities.”
Gray is in charge of developing design criteria for Moody Nolan’s work at the airport. Although nondisclosure agreements prevent him from revealing specifics, he was recently involved with the demolition and rebuilding of gates on Terminal C’s southern end.”