LEO A DALY has promoted David N. Zelig, ASLA, to acting managing principal of its Washington, D.C., office. Zelig joined LEO A DALY in November 2009 as vice president and director of operations.
|David N Zelig, ASLA|
Zelig has more than 24 years of management experience in architecture, land planning, and design. Prior to joining LEO A DALY, he was an owner and principal of a Philadelphia-based architecture, land planning, and landscape architecture firm. He received a bachelor of science degree in landscape architecture from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and an associate of science degree in landscape design from Temple University in Ambler, Pennsylvania. He is LEED accredited.
Bradford McKee, editor in chief of ASLA’s Landscape Architecture Magazine, has been named to the 2012 FOLIO: 40, an annual list of the publishing industry's most innovative and distinguished professionals. “McKee has overhauled the 102-year-old association magazine with a focus on robust reporting and the broader issues in the landscape architecture market,” the magazine writes. See McKee’s profile here.
Land Design South, West Palm Beach, Florida, has announced the hiring of Jedidiah Hall as project manager and Andrew Maxey as designer.
Hall brings more than five years of professional experience in landscape architecture and planning services to Land Design South. His project experience includes urban design and public corridors, streetscapes, parks planning, and design and master/site planning for both public and private sector clients throughout Florida.
Maxey is a graduate of the University of Georgia School of Environment and Design. Following a three-month internship with Land Design South, Maxey has been hired on as a full-time designer with the firm.