Phil Worrall has committed his career in architecture to the design and construction of educational projects, completing over 150 throughout the State of Maryland and Mid-Atlantic region, with a combined total construction cost of a quarter of a billion dollars.

Within the architectural community, Phil consistently worked to shape the profession serving in leadership roles with the American Institute of Architects at the local, state and national levels, including as president of the Baltimore Chapter and as vice president and chair of the Government Legislative Affairs Committee for the Maryland Society, and from 1991 until 2006, he was an appointed member of the national AIA Documents Committee.  He also served on the boards of the Maryland Qualifications Based Selection Council.  In the past he served as chairman of the Baltimore County Planning Board and was a board member of the Valleys Planning Council.

A graduate of the University of Virginia, Phil was a founding member of the University’s Gray-Carrington Foundation, and he continues to participate in the administration as a member of the Board of Trustees. Active with Hannah More School, he served from 1981 until 1999, including two terms as president as well as served on the board of the school’s foundation from 1999 until 2006.

Alan E Reed