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,┬ácommunity 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.

Degrees of transparency

Making public facilities more public

Municipal buildings define the character of the government and color the interactions between citizens and public servants. Dan Yudchitz, AIA, shares insights from some recent LEO A DALY projects that ...
Architects from LEO A DALY and Omaha Mayor Jean Stothard celebrate Omaha police west precinct opening

New Omaha Police Department West Precinct opens

The secure but welcoming facility is steeped in community policing ...
Connecting the Past to the Future

Local fire stations see big gains from thoughtful design

Oftentimes, fire stations become pillars of the communities they serve, emblematic of pride and service and representative of a connection to the past for long-time community members and firefighters themselves ...

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Cindy A. McCleary
Vice President
Managing Principal
(612) 338-8741
Joe Bower
Senior Associate
Director of Architecture
(612) 341-9563
Eduardo S. Egea
Vice President
Managing Principal
(786) 257-5955
Cheri N. Pavlik
Vice President
Director of Business Development
(561) 688-2111
Chris M. Rupert
Senior Associate
Director of Planning
Daniel Yudchitz
Senior Design Architect
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