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LEO A DALY appoints three directors of engineering

LEO A DALY is pleased to announce the establishment of three new Director of Engineering leadership positions at the firm. The roles will be filled by three of our most senior engineering professionals.

Brian D. Freeman, PE, a mechanical engineer in Minneapolis, is director of mechanical engineering, Abby M. Goranson, PE, a civil and structural engineer in Omaha, is director of structural engineering. And Douglas W. Nelsen, PE, LC, Assoc. IALD, an electrical engineer and illumination systems expert, is director of electrical engineering. 

From left to right: Brian D. Freeman, PE; Abby M. Goranson, PE; Douglas W. Nelsen, PE, LC, Assoc. IALD

As the top LEO A DALY engineers in their given discipline, Freeman, Goranson and Nelsen will work with National Director of Engineering Kimberly R. Cowman, PE, LEED AP, HFDP, to advance the firm’s primary engineering services and support client needs through innovation and integration of engineering. The revised organizational structure supports our strategic goals of expanding high-performance design capabilities, engineering service lines, and design integration to drive building performance outcomes.

Founded in 1915, LEO A DALY is recognized as a pioneer of integrated design. Our holistic approach combines planning, architecture, engineering and interior design into multi-disciplinary teams, enabling design that marries aesthetic excellence with efficiency, performance and sustainability.

“As an integrated design firm, LEO A DALY is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of high-performance design in every project we do. By establishing national leadership positions in mechanical, structural and electrical engineering, we’re investing in technical excellence across all the geographies and markets we serve. For our clients, this is about more than just quality engineering – it’s about collaborating to create the highest-performing and most sustainable buildings possible,” Cowman said.