Education design

Transforming futures. Enhancing outcomes.

Higher education institutions are workshops for transforming futures. Guided by this conviction, we approach academic design as co-creating with our clients to advance strategic goals while building a cost-effective, evidence-based framework for enhancing learning outcomes. We have a wide base of experience that spans cutting-edge STEM and STEAM facilities, simulation design, student life centers, state-of-the-art libraries, sports and recreation, and integrated academic buildings. Our professionals apply intersecting disciplines of architecture, engineering, interior design, planning, strategic research, and branded environments to help institutions attract the brightest students and faculty‚ÄĒinspiring creativity, inviting exploration and transforming futures.

University of Maryland School of Public Policy
Public Safety and Drone Training Facility Designed by LEO A DALY and Partners

Public Safety and Drone Training Facility Designed by LEO A DALY and Partners

The state-of-the-art public safety simulation and unmanned aircraft systems training facility, designed by LEO A DALY and partners, is part of a 106-acre Eastern Wake technology campus by Wake Tech ...
UNMC Administration Building

UNMC administration building to anchor “innovation hub”

In today's Omaha World-Herald, the University of Nebraska Medical Center unveiled LEO A DALY's design for a major new redevelopment on Saddle Creek Road ...

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Robert Blasberg
Senior Associate
Director of Business Development
213.316.4428
Anya A. Grant
Associate
Market Sector Leader - Higher Education
202.955.9159
Kristi M. Nohavec
Senior Associate
Market Sector Leader - Education
402.390.4291
William A. Hanser
Vice President
Managing Principal
561.688.2111
Irena G. Savakova
Vice President
Global Design Principal
202.955.3211
Dennis J. McFadden
Vice President
Global Design Principal
(213) 629-0100
Ignacio J. Reyes
Vice President
Chief Development Officer
(561) 688-2111
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