Lloyd Flowers

CE'88, Charter Member

About Lloyd Flowers

Lloyd graduated from UMR with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering in 1988.  He was a standout varsity athlete in both football and track while attending UMR.   The Miners’ 1983 football team earned a share of the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association title as it posted a 4-1 record in league play and an overall mark of 8-2.  The Miners finished that season with five consecutive wins by an average of more than 14 points per game, one of which was a shutout over the Central Missouri State team it would share the title with.  Seven members of the team were first-team All-MIAA selections, five more were named to the second team and four earned honorable mention.  Lloyd is a senior project manager with McCarthy Building Companies for whom he has worked since 1991.  He is a member of the National Society of Black Engineers, the Georgia Association of Water Professionals and the National Association of Minority Contractors in addition to many other organizations.   Lloyd was named Black Engineer of the Year in 2007 by the NSBE and awarded the Keystone Award from the AGC of St. Louis.  He spends some of his spare time working as a youth coach and mentoring disadvantaged African-American males.  He lives in Atlanta with his wife, Sandra, and son Tyler.  Lloyd is serving AMA on the Membership Committee and attended the formation meeting in Rolla in April of this year.