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Lindsay B. Lally

Assistant Professor of Practice, Building Construction
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1345 Perry St
330E Bishop-Favrao Hall (0188)
Blacksburg VA 24061

Role and Background

Lindsay Lally serves as an assistant professor of practice in Building Construction for the Myers-Lawson School of Construction. She joined Virginia Tech in 2018.

Lindsay enjoys solving problems and negotiating solutions in a team setting and promotes a pragmatic approach to project management with her students. In her current role, Lindsay helps students take all of their knowledge and chanel it into a capstone project their senior year.

Professionally, Lindsay has designed and managed a variety of land development projects, specializing in multi-disciplinary higher education.  Examples include the Virginia Tech/Blacksburg Transit Multi-Modal Transit Facility, the Radford University College of Humanities & Behavioral Sciences Building, and the Virginia Tech O’Shaughnessy Hall Renovations project

Previously, Lindsay served as a project manager for Draper Aden Associates before joining the Myers-Lawson School of Construction.


Lindsay holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering and an M.S. in Civil Engineering, both from Virginia Tech. 

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