Leo A Daly promotes new Las Vegas managing principal

(LAS VEGAS – November 10, 2009) International architecture, planning, engineering and interior design firm LEO A DALY  promotes Thomas J. Czech to vice president, managing principal of its Las Vegas office. Czech previously served as the office’s vice president, director of operations. In his new role, he will be responsible for overseeing business and client services in the Las Vegas office.

Czech has more than 40 years of experience as a leader in the fields of architecture, construction, facilities management, and logistics for multi-million dollar, high-end projects both in the domestic and international markets. Most recently, Czech served as the project executive for the $8.5 billion MGM CityCenter’s Vdara and Harmon Circle projects in Las Vegas, where LEO A DALY is the architect-of-record.

“Tom’s extensive management experience, strong ties to the Las Vegas community, international experience and proven record of producing results will help the Las Vegas office reach new levels of success in the coming years,” said LEO A DALY Executive Vice President Charles Dalluge.

Czech holds a Bachelor of Architecture from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, Calif., as well as a master’s degree and doctorate in management from the University of Phoenix, where he graduated with honors. Czech is on the board of trustees for the Nevada Development Authority in Las Vegas, and is a member of Nevada’s Veterans in Politics Association, Military Officers Association of America, Marine Corps Association and Southern Nevada Chapter of the Marine Corps League. For the last three years, he has served as the master of ceremony for the annual Las Vegas Marine Corps Birthday Ball, which draws 1200 people from the United States and abroad every year.

Prior to joining LEO A DALY, Czech worked as the vice president of construction and operations for Americon Companies, Inc., a former Fortune 500 design-build general contractor. He also is a retired United States Marine Corps colonel.

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