LEO A DALY Washington, D.C., Appoints Ruth Jansson and Mark Woodburn as Principals

(WASHINGTON – Dec. 16, 2013) The Washington, D.C., office of international architecture/engineering firm LEO A DALY appoints Ruth Jansson as principal, director of interiors. The office also appointed Mark Woodburn as a principal.

“With the arrival of Ruth and Mark, the Washington, D.C., office has significantly enhanced our corporate commercial expertise,” said Stephen Wright, LEO A DALY Washington's Managing Principal. “With decades of local design experience, including five years working together, they perfectly complement each other’s strengths and will serve as great additions to our team.”

Jansson has 28 years of interior design experience and has worked on a variety of projects nationwide. Her award-winning portfolio includes work for corporate headquarters, law firms, federal clients and the hospitality industry. Prior to joining LEO A DALY, she served as an associate principal and lead interior designer at AECOM in Washington, D.C., for five years. In addition, she also served as the principal-in-charge of the firm’s corporate commercial team.

Previously, she worked for a number of prominent design firms, including 18 years as a senior interior designer at Gensler. She is a registered interior designer in the District of Columbia and is certified by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ). She also is a member of Commercial Real Estate Women, International Interior Design Association, and the Washington, D.C., Design Leadership Council.

Woodburn brings more than 20 years of experience in architectural design and management, Building Information Modeling (BIM) and strategic planning. He previously worked at AECOM for 14 years, providing project design and management services for corporate commercial and highly technical facility projects. Prior to that, he worked as a designer for Karn Charuhas Chapman & Twohey. A licensed architect in Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia, Woodburn is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the National Capital Region Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council. He also is a LEED AP BD+C certified professional.

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