LEO A DALY is pleased to announce the hire of hospitality-industry veteran Mark Pratt, AIA, as global hospitality practice leader. In this role, Pratt leads strategy and business development for our internationally renowned hospitality design group.
To help Georgia’s Mercer University attract students and faculty, LEO A DALY designed a STEM facility that gives undergraduates access to state-of-the-art research environments. Les Saunders, AIA, spoke to Tradeline about how an inclusive design process resulted in a vibrant new hub for collaboration on campus.
When New Orleans wished to transform the way air travelers experience the city, they sought out LEO A DALY to help lead the massive effort. With the new Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport set to open this fall, Airport Improvement magazine sat down with our Jordan Taylor, AIA, LEED AP, and Andrew Graham, AIA, NCARB, for a preview.
LEO A DALY is pleased to announce the hire of Thomas Gunn, AIA, AHA, as senior healthcare architect, planner, and advisor. With a career spanning over 40 years, Gunn is a recognized innovator in the field of healthcare design with expertise in planning, analytics, information technology and statistics.
LEO A DALY is pleased to announce that Elissa Kellett, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has joined the firm as vice president, global higher education practice leader. She is a recognized thought leader in design for higher education, with expertise in all phases of planning, visioning, design, construction and post-occupancy evaluation across the continuum of higher education.
LEO A DALY is thrilled to announce we are expanding leadership of our Department of Defense market sector with two key hires. The hires are a response to increase demand for LEO A DALY’s design services in the federal market sector.
Great terminal design makes circulation easy for cars, people, baggage and planes. With New Orleans’s iconic new terminal set to open in May, LEO A DALY's Jordan Taylor and Andrew Graham sat down with Airport Business for a preview.
The iconic Diplomat Beach Resort in Hollywood, Florida, has been totally transformed. LEO A DALY's lobby design brings in the ocean breezes, connecting the monumental lobby to the true star of the show: the beach. The latest issue of NEWH magazine tells the story of the transformation.
Noted hotel designer James Lee has joined LEO A DALY to lead our Los Angeles hospitality team as director of design - hospitality. Lee is a highly respected interior designer with an award-winning portfolio of luxury five-star hospitality work on five continents. In 2017, he was honored as an industry leader in Boutique Design's BD18.
Bill Kline, AIA, has joined LEO A DALY to lead our Washington, D.C., studio as vice president and managing principal. He has over 30 years of experience leading design and construction projects for governmental, cultural, healthcare and educational institutions worldwide.
LEO A DALY’s lobby design for the newly renovated Ritz-Carlton, Grande Lakes is a finalist in Boutique Design’s 2018 Gold Key Award for Excellence in Hospitality Design. The project is recognized in the category of Best Lobby Luxury.
Four luxury resorts designed by LEO A DALY were selected as winners in Condé Nast Traveler’s 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards. The survey polled nearly a million travelers to identify the best hotels, resorts, cities, islands, airlines, airports and cruise lines in the world.
Michael Huffstetler, Assoc. AIA, takes over leadership of federal programs, and brings on Leslie Shepherd, FAIA, to lead GSA and Debra Crafter to lead small-business engagement
Jeff Monzu, AIA, has been named the winner of Healthcare Design’s HCD 10 award in the category of Architect. The annual award honors healthcare professionals in 10 categories, highlighting a broad spectrum of industry leaders and their accomplishments over the last year.
Omaha Public Schools today unveiled their first Mobile Learning Unit, a prototype STEM classroom on wheels designed by LEO A DALY. The retrofitted school bus delivers wi-fi, device access, and training in digital literacy to elementary schools, churches and community centers in north Omaha.
LEO A DALY took cues from Apple and Crate & Barrel to design instantly recognizable clinic prototype for Nebraska Medicine. A six-page spread in this month’s Healthcare Design details the design.
The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, a West Palm Beach landmark known for hosting world-class musical, dance, and dramatic performances, is getting larger and more visitor-friendly thanks to a $50-million expansion designed by LEO A DALY.
Royal Caribbean's Innovation Lab in Miami uses a dramatic architectural design to highlight the innovation happening within. The summer 2018 issue of Florida/Caribbean Architect has a feature on LEO A DALY’s LEED Silver Certified design, which recently won an Award of Merit from AIA Palm Beach.
Burlington Station, originally designed by famed architect Thomas Rogers Kimball in 1898, is a landmark in the Omaha’s history. After 40 years vacant, LEO A DALY has a adapted the historic structure into a state-of-the-art broadcast headquarters for KETV. The Atlantic's CityLab recently reported on the project.
LEO A DALY has been selected to renovate the iconic Blackstone Hotel in Omaha. The $75 million vision by GreenSlate and Clarity development companies will revive the century-old hotel, which helped establish Omaha's Gold Coast neighborhood, and is credited with the invention of the Reuben sandwich.
LEO A DALY announced today that Steven A. Lichtenberger, AIA, has joined the firm as president. As part of the executive leadership team, he will be responsible for leading the firm’s global planning, architecture, engineering and interiors practice worldwide.
LEO A DALY’s transformation of Zota Beach Resort combines modern design with island vibes on Longboat Key, Florida. Dallas News paid a visit.
LEO A DALY's renovation of the 1897 Corcoran School of the Arts and Design is set to hit a major milestone in time for classes at George Washington University to start this fall. The phase-one work includes life-safety and accessibility improvements, as well as the historically sensitive creation of new teaching, fabrication, and social spaces for the renowned arts-education program.
The landmark Veterans Affairs outpatient center will offer convenience and an improved patient experience for veterans in Omaha
The new Las Vegas NHL team, the Golden Knights, are enjoying a spectacular first season. The Las Vegas Sun reported that LEO A DALY’s homey, fan-focused design for the practice facility, City National Arena, might deserve some credit.
Mercer University's new undergraduate science center accommodates growing enrollment and research in chemistry, biology and neurosciences
Construction of the new replacement terminal at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is set to complete in February 2019. Airport World interviewed Jordan Taylor, AIA, about the iconic terminal project, which LEO A DALY designed in association with Atkins and Pelli Clarke Pelli.
Eduardo Egea has been chosen as managing principal of LEO A DALY Miami. The 24-year healthcare-design veteran is a leader in the Miami architecture community.
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.
After 9/11, the need for a more collaborative and transparent approach to intelligence drove LEO A DALY's design for ICC-B, which is closer in character to a university than a government monolith.
A $100-million reinvention of the Diplomat Beach Resort in Hollywood, Florida, reconnects the iconic resort to its fashionable roots. Hospitality Design interviewed Kathy Chavez about LEO A DALY’s role on the project, which included a gut-renovation of public spaces, an indoor-outdoor bar, and two new restaurant concepts.
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.
The new Wilson School in Arlington, VA, has been called the most inventive public school design in the country. CityLab previewed the project, which is a collaboration between LEO A DALY and Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG).
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The University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) broke ground Tuesday on a $6 million redevelopment and expansion of their campus fitness facility, called the Center for Healthy Living.
In a ceremony Thursday, Oct 2, 2013, at the AIA Nebraska Annual Conference at The Cornhusker hotel in Lincoln, LEO A DALY received five AIA awards for distinguished accomplishment in architecture.
LEO A DALY is proud to announce that Brad Schaap, Director of Sustainability, has been named a 2014 LEED Fellow by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). This year’s 48 Fellows are recognized for their exceptional contributions to the green building community as well as for their significant achievements among LEED Professionals.
The University of Nebraska at Lincoln opened a renovated Brace Hall on August 25, 2014
A new $6.5 million, 24,000 gross square-foot Wellness Center at the University of Nebraska at Kearney had its grand opening Wednesday, August 27.
LEO A DALY has named vice president, Roy L. Follmuth, as the managing principal of the Los Angeles office.
Leo A. Daly III, FAIA, chairman and chief executive officer of international architecture/engineering firm LEO A DALY, announces the appointments of James (Jay) B. Brader and Edward (Ed) G. Benes, PE, to senior vice presidents.
New Orleans Mayor joined the New Orleans Aviation Board (NOAB), regional elected officials, business and tourism leaders to announce a major milestone in the plans to build a brand new, world-class airport terminal
The Omaha office of international architecture/engineering firm LEO A DALY appoints Michael D. Huffstetler, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, as market sector leader for federal programs.
The Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development of the People’s Republic of China and China Construction Industry Association have presented a Luban Prize, the country’s premier award for design and construction, to the Huijin International Center (HIC), a project designed by international architecture/engineering firm LEO A DALY.