Two hotels with major LEO A DALY design work have been ranked highly by Forbes Travel Guide.
Tunnel to Towers partners with LEO A DALY to create housing for Veterans experiencing homelessness through projects in Florida and Georgia.
Dustin Rehkamp, AIA, ACHA joins the American College of Healthcare Architects as a board-certified healthcare architect.
LEO A DALY Los Angeles studio earns prestigious hospitality design award and is honored for inspiring others.
LEO A DALY celebrates the promotion of Leslie Suhr, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C to Commercial Market Sector Leader for the Omaha design studio.
BD+C Names LEO A DALY Top VA Design Firm
LEO A DALY claims top spot in BD+C 2023 Giants 400 Report as the largest Veterans Affairs facility architecture and architecture/engineering (AE) firm
LEO A DALY continues to transform Veterans’ health experiences coast to coast as the nation’s largest Veterans Affairs facility architecture and architecture/engineering (AE) firm, as listed in the Building Design+Construction 2023 Giants 400 Report.
We have had the privilege of spending considerable time with Veterans and the VA staff who care for them. We use this meaningful collaboration to address the unique generational, physical, mental, social and gender-specific needs of Veterans and to design healing spaces that enhance their well-being by utilizing a patient-centered, team approach.
Pete Yakowicz, Vice President, National Director of Veterans Affairs Programs
Serving the VA for over 70 years, LEO A DALY devotes integrated design teams to help advance care. The recently-opened Temple Terrace VA Clinic and Domiciliary in Tampa, Florida is the first facility to combine nearly every mental health service the VA offers in one location. Up the coast in Connecticut the VA West Haven Medical Center design showcases a new clinical care tower and specialized surgical platform with high-tech, integrated equipment to enable hybrid, cardiothoracic, orthopedic, urology/cystoscopy, and robotic procedures.
Centrally located, the Veterans Hospital in Tulsa transforms outdated office buildings into a high-performing hospital serving the acute care needs in northeast Oklahoma. It is only the second project nationwide to implement the Federal CHIP-IN Act, with the Omaha VA Ambulatory Care Center being the first to allow public-private partnerships to help fund and expedite the construction of healthcare facilities for Veterans.
On the west coast, LEO A DALY continues to work on the complete redevelopment of the West Los Angeles VA Campus (north and south). This includes the design of a new Critical Care Center and planning for an Ambulatory Care Center to create an advanced, comprehensive, and pedestrian-centered south medical campus. The north campus includes therapeutic and supportive housing for homeless Veterans. Also of significant size and exceptional design further up the coast is the expansion, seismic upgrade and renovation of the VA Medical Center in Portland, OR.