Overview

Like the city itself, our Los Angeles office is a melting pot of people and cultures—technically expert, design savvy, and dedicated to enlightened urbanism. From the 27th floor balcony of our downtown office, one can see the entire Metropolis spreading from the Hollywood sign all the way to the sea—a panoramic view that reminds us of the impact of what we do. Together, our integrated team of architects, designers, planners, and engineers collaborate to transform our city and our world through creative, sustainable design.

Contact

Roy Follmuth, PE
Vice President; Managing Principal

RLFollmuth@leoadaly.com

550 South Hope Street
27th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071-2627
P 213.629.0100
F 213.629.0070

Los Angeles Leadership

Roy L. Follmuth

Roy L. Follmuth, PE

Vice President

Managing Principal

Profile

As Managing Principal, Roy is recognized for his extraordinary ability to complete projects on time and within budget, regardless of the challenges encountered. He is an expert in project management, project controls, (schedules, budgets and contract documents), project integration, contract administration, claims negotiations, quality assurance/quality control, intergovernmental agreements, and value engineering. Roy successfully ran the Los Angeles office before serving 10 years as the chief operations officer for the engineering brand of the firm, LAN. He has served as the firm’s managing director in Saudi Arabia, program manager for the Los Angeles Convention Center, project manager for the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angeles, program manager of the TSA/Boeing Nationwide Checked Baggage Security Program involving 437 airports, and as design manager for the BART/VTA Berryessa Extension Project in San Jose. He brings an immeasurable amount of knowledge, experience and energy to his role as managing principal.

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Inside Los Angeles

A few of Leo A Daly's Los Angeles current team members
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Los Angeles International Airport
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Creating dimensions in design through our diversity of perspective

Los Angeles employees volunteering on Earth Day
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Santa Monica College Theatre Arts Building
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