Leo A Daly promotes Miller to managing principal of Dallas offic

DALLAS – April 21, 2010--Patricia Miller, VP, is the new managing principal of the Dallas office of international architecture, planning, engineering, interior design and program management firm LEO A DALY. Miller, a 13-year veteran of the firm, also retains her previous role as corporate director of hospitality for LEO A DALY.
 
“LEO A DALY has a long history of accomplishments in Dallas as well as the hospitality market sector,” said Miller. “I look forward to contributing my 13 years of experience with the firm toward the enduring success of the Dallas office as we further develop our portfolio in hospitality, aviation, senior living, healthcare and institutional work.”
 
In her new role, Miller will oversee the office’s architecture and design practice as well as its business development, operational and marketing efforts. She will continue to apply her extensive hospitality experience to manage and increase business opportunities for the firm in that market sector, both nationally and internationally. Miller recently won two hotel projects in Mecca, Saudi Arabia for the firm, which are among 26 hotels being built by the H.E. Sheikh Abdul Rahman Fakieh, chairman of Jabal Omar Development Company.
 
“Patricia is an excellent choice as managing principal,” said Charles Dalluge EVP, “her knowledge of the firm along with her energy and management expertise are exactly what we need to lead our Dallas team.”
 
An acknowledged industry leader with an exceptional talent for design, management and client relationship building, Miller possesses more than 30 years of experience in many facets of interior design. Miller’s experience encompasses hospitality, restaurant, resort and spa design, with a portfolio of projects including the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles, Hotel Crescent Court in Dallas, Hotel DuPont in Wilmington, Delaware, White Pond Conference Center in China and Condado Plaza Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
 
Miller is a registered interior designer in Texas. She belongs to the Network of Executive Women in Hospitality (NEWH), Society for Marketing Professional Services and Urban Land Institute. She has been recognized by NEWH with a Joyce L. Johnson Award of Excellence and has earned several American Society of Interior Designers DesignOvation awards.

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