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.
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Cindy McCleary, AIA, and leaders of MN Public Libraries will co-present a case study on a new library prototype called the "Digital in-Person Library." This small library prioritizes digital resources in order to maximize space for people-focused functions.
She takes over the role for Jim Hedgpeth, who is retiring after 17 years with the firm.
LEO A DALY received a Project of the Year award from the Urban Land Institute for Harbourside Place, a 9-acre mixed-use development in Jupiter, Florida. Combining a Wyndham Grand Hotel and Class A office space with restaurants, retail, a marina, an outdoor amphitheater, this multi-use project has added more than a half-million dollars to the local property tax base.
As a member of the board, Mr. Andrews joins a panel of leaders in healthcare design to help shape design trends, generate article ideas, provide general editorial feedback, and represent the industry as a whole.
Construction is soon to complete in summer of 2016 on an expansion and renovation of the Student Life Center at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. The project gives wellness on the UNMC campus a new, more public face.
"Myth-Busting the FAR" corrects misconceptions about project-delivery methods permitted by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).
LEO A DALY is proud to announce that Matthew C. Johnson, AIA, LEED AP, has joined our Minneapolis office as Managing Principal. Matt brings 25 years of experience helping clients develop and achieve their strategic vision.
An iconic power plant in Owatonna, MN, that was damaged in a 2010 flood has new life as the headquarters of Owatonna Public Utilities following a significant renovation designed by architects LEO A DALY.
LEO A DALY’s renovation of the historic 1945 Mission-Revival building includes 55 rooms, a soaring entry space, large multipurpose rooms, a dedicated women’s wing and serenity garden, administrative offices, classrooms, a training kitchen, specialized bariatric units, and public spaces for social gatherings.
LEO A DALY will be responsible for detailed planning as well as historically sensitive architectural design work for the renovations at the Corcoran building. Initial work will include design of roof and façade repairs; upgrades to critical infrastructure; and design of program spaces, such as computer labs, which will be used in the fall. Long-term efforts will include design to support academic programs and student needs.