CEO | Schooley Caldwell

Bob Loversidge


Bob Loversidge is an award-winning preservation design architect, a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, and CEO of Schooley Caldwell. He is a past chair of the AIA’s National Historic Resources Committee, and a recipient of the AIA Ohio Gold Medal. Bob is a graduate of OSU’s Knowlton School of Architecture and a Distinguished Alumnus of the College of Engineering. Bob was principal-in-charge of the ten-year renovation of the historic Ohio Statehouse where he still serves as Architect of the Capitol, and the Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center, home to the Supreme Court of Ohio. His projects include renovation of the 1930s Ross Building at the Columbus Museum of Art; restoration of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Westcott House in Springfield, Ohio. Recent local design work includes renovation of the LeVeque Tower, the Main Library and the Convention Center, and design of the new Michael B. Coleman Government Center and parking garage (in collaboration with DesignGroup).

Specializing in public works for 77 years and known nationally as historic preservation experts, Schooley Caldwell has worked on many projects involving rehabilitation, restoration, adaptive use and additions, including the state capitols of Kansas, Utah, and Minnesota.