Lloyd MacAdam is a 24-year veteran with the Ohio Department of Transportation management team.
Prior to his appointment as ODOT’s chief engineer, he served seven years as the department’s District 11’s deputy director. He was also a regional projects manager for ODOT’s northeast Ohio’s real estate office in Akron. Additionally, he was previously the District 11 production administrator for more than five years.
Lloyd has also worked for the city of Akron’s bureau of engineering and the Summit County engineer’s office. He was employed with four different engineering design firms and was a full time professor at the Kent State University Tuscarawas campus in the engineering technology department before he joined the ODOT team.
He graduated from the University of Akron in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering. Lloyd has his professional surveyor’s license and was a 2008 graduate of Ohio’s Certified Public Manager Program besides being a professional engineer.
He and his wife, Carol, reside in New Philadelphia, Ohio and have raised four sons and are the proud grandparents of 6 wonderful grandchildren.