Leo A Daly promotes Larry Keen to director of operations

DALLAS, TX —International architecture, planning, engineering, interior design and program management firm Leo A Daly has promoted Larry Keen, Senior Associate, AIA, NCARB, to director of operations of its Dallas office where he will be responsible for overseeing the office’s business operations for both architecture and interior design.
 
With more than 30 years of experience in architecture, Keen has been involved in the leadership and management of numerous projects, ranging from public and institutional to hospitality project development. Keen has been with Leo A Daly for 10 years and most recently served as senior project manager for the firm’s Dallas office, where he oversaw hospitality and commercial projects.
 
“Larry’s thorough knowledge of the staff coupled with his leadership and operational management skills ensure that we will continue to deliver quality to all our clients,” said Leo A Daly Dallas Managing Principal Patricia Miller.
 
Keen’s portfolio of various domestic and foreign projects include Conrad Condado Plaza Hotel & Casino in San Juan, Puerto Rico, El Conquistador Resort and Golden Door Spa in Fajardo, Puerto Rico, Texas A&M University Food Protein Center in College Station, Texas, Dallas/Fort Worth Administration Building Renovation, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in Texas, Marina Town Center in Fukuoka, Japan,  La Rural Exhibition Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Suroor Center in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
 
Keen obtained a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Master of Architecture from the University of Texas, Arlington. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, Texas Society of Architects and previously served as commission chair for the City of Plano Heritage Commission. He is also registered with the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.

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