1991 Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) purchased by LEO A DALY
This union increased service to clients in the South and Southwest. LAN's engineering expertise also extends and complements Leo A Daly's engineering and architectural services.
1995 Cheung Kong Center, Hong Kong
This significant high profile site in Hong Kong's central - the city's central business district - was Leo A Daly's first international project that utilized full computer coordination of all working drawings between Hong Kong and Washington, DC on a daily basis.
1997 The National World War II Memorial, Washington, DC
Leo A Daly's role in this prestigious project was determined through the World War II veterans memorial competition.
1997 The Pope John Paul II Cultural Center, Washington, DC
Located at what the late Pope John Paul II called the cultural crossroads of the world, this project consists of a museum, library, resource center for theologians and a study center, and is the only one in the world of its kind.
2002 First National Tower, Omaha, NE
When completed, this award-winning financial institution was the tallest building between the Missouri River and the Rocky Mountains.
2004 Information Technology Center, Shanghai
This building represents Leo A Daly's first high-rise project in the People's Republic of China.
2005 Carl T. Curtis, Midwest Regional Headquarters Building, National Parks Service, Department of the Interior, Omaha, NE
This structure received Gold LEED® Certification, which distinguishes it as an exceptionally environmentally friendly project. It is the first of its kind in Nebraska and was the 44th Gold LEED® building in the US and the 48th in the world.