Daniel Bailey, AIA

Vice President Architecture, Mid-Atlantic

Dan has played a key role in the successful design and administration of new construction and modernizations for numerous institutional and commercial projects. His decades of experience on city, state, and federal projects of all types and sizes contribute significantly to his excellence in project management. He is particularly skillful in the administration of complex technical issues, having extensive experience in coordinating large multi-faceted projects from design through the construction administration.

Dan is a member of the American Correctional Association where he speaks at their national conferences and seminars and serves on the Facility Committee. He is also a member of the American Institute of Architect’s Academy of Architecture for Justice which supports best practices in corrections design.

The best architects share an innate ability to harmonize the interaction between person and place, within the context of purpose. This is true regardless of building function, project size, or budget...and even if there is no "building" involved.