Recognized as a preeminent technical expert in the highly specialized area of US embassy design, Daniel Lavoie has managed over 3.8 million square feet of large campus installations for the US Department of State's Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations and their associated tenants. A thought leader in design protocols for diplomatic facilities, he has spearheaded global delivery of over 20 tenant office security upgrades within US embassy facilities. Beyond his extensive design and construction portfolio, he has provided high-level strategic direction for a series of project development studies, including space planning solutions and the creation of blocking and stacking plans for embassy rehabilitations. These complex efforts reflect his dedication to elevating both the functionality and the aesthetic of diplomatic spaces.
Integrating his technical expertise into project scope, Daniel oversees planning, monitoring, cost, and scheduling while supervising all design and administrative aspects of his projects to ensure delivery that not only complies with contract requirements, but surpasses client expectations. He is a driving force in shaping the landscape of embassy design through innovation, precision, and a steadfast commitment to excellence.
Years of Industry Experience
Master of Architecture, The Catholic University of America
Bachelor of Architecture, The Catholic University of America
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