Civic

Design that enriches your community.

Designing public facilities requires collaboration and transparency. Every one of our projects reflects our core values of community engagement and public stewardship. We collaborate with communities to design public safety training and operations centers, city hall and administration buildings, community libraries and court and justice centers that make cities, states and counties operate better and more efficiently, while involving stakeholders early and often and respecting the taxpayer’s public trust. Whether completing a renovation, new construction, preservation or adaptive reuse, we deliver timeless designs for your community that are innovative, secure, responsive and age with grace.

Future-Proofing the Past through Adaptive Reuse

Future-Proofing the Past through Adaptive Reuse

Uncover the technologies and skills needed to enable adaptive reuse that transforms old buildings into sustainable spaces ...
Ivan O’Garro Joins LEO A DALY to Lead Atlanta Studio

Ivan O’Garro Joins LEO A DALY to Lead Atlanta Studio

Accomplished architect, design principal and leader Ivan O’Garro, AIA, joins LEO A DALY as managing principal of the Atlanta studio ...
Wake Technical Community College Opens Modern Public Safety Training Facility

Wake Technical Community College Opens Modern Public Safety Training Facility

A new public safety training facility at Wake Tech East campus in Wendell, North Carolina creates a best-in-class interdisciplinary facility for aspiring and current first responders to train ...

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Cindy A. McCleary
Vice President
Managing Principal
(612) 338-8741
Rauzia Ally
Vice President
Managing Principal
202.955.9156
Eduardo S. Egea
Vice President
Managing Principal
(786) 257-5955
William A. Hanser
Vice President
Managing Principal
561.688.2111
Ivan O'Garro
Vice President
Managing Principal
404.874.8333
Chris M. Rupert
Senior Associate
Director of Planning
402.390.4258
Irena G. Savakova
Vice President
Global Design Principal
202.955.3211
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