The renovated Davis Campus at Sanford Underground Research Facility will house the LUX-ZEPLIN experiment, which seeks to identify dark matter through direct detection for the first time.
LEO A DALY design transforms three former school buildings into a state-of-the-art mini-campus for teacher training
Intelligence Community Campus (ICC-B) in Bethesda, Maryland has received a 2017 Design-Build Merit Award from the Design-Build Institute of America.
Hospitality veteran Ken Martin joins LEO A DALY Dallas as managing principal, bringing 25 years of design and strategic-planning experience to the role.
LEO A DALY Los Angeles has hired healthcare mega-projects expert Phan Luc, AIA, EDAC, as project director. She brings 20 years of design and strategic-planning experience.
A new district is emerging in downtown Omaha. The Capitol District, a mixed-use development with hotel, apartments, retail, office and outdoor entertainment, opens in phases with the new premier full-service Omaha Marriott Downtown at the Capitol District.
LEO A DALY has strengthened its international healthcare-design practice with the hire of Joshua Theodore, B. Arch, ACHE, EDAC, as vice president, global health practice leader.
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) has added a third concourse and five additional gates to its new north terminal, now under construction, bringing the number of gates to 35 and total construction cost to $712 million.
A LEO A DALY Minneapolis project, the Minnesota State University, Mankato Pedestrian Link, was cited in AS&U’s Architectural Portfolio.
LEO A DALY brought home four major awards in AIA Palm Beach's annual design awards, including Firm of the Year, two design awards for architectural projects, and a Gold-Medal award for a distinguished individual.
LEO A DALY provided complete architectural and interior design services for the renovation, which is the first permanent supportive housing project on the VA’s West Los Angeles Campus. The 1944 former mental hospital, which appears on the National Register of Historic Places, was transformed into therapeutic residences for 65 Veterans, along with supportive facilities necessary to enable their transition to civilian life.