DLA Shares Insights at EdTechCon

Carrie Matlock & Ed Wright, along with a bevy of experts in education, share insights into how architecture can support #FutureReady schools...
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Help Wanted: Receptionist

Our architectural office is looking for an outstanding candidate for a full-time front desk receptionist. We are looking for a candidate with exceptional communication, customer service skills, and an incredible ability to build relationships with our clients and team members.
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Liquid architecture, session one

For those of you who know us, this won't be a surprise. We take the idea of lifelong learning to heart. Our creative and fun-loving group has just begun...
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Ed Wright named Partner

An experienced architect, Ed is passionate about school design.
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Eric S. Sickbert, AIA, promoted to Chief Financial Officer

Forward-thinking and analytical, Eric has nearly three decades with the firm.
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Cultivating a Culture of Mentorship

Leadership goal to continue the culture of working hard while having fun along the way.
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Long-time Architect Carrie Matlock named President

Recently my partners and I voted Carrie into the position of president of the firm. She is an architect who sees how the smallest of elements add up to the whole.
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Co-founder and President Bruce Dahlquist celebrates retirement

Founding partner Bruce Dahlquist retired on February 14th, the firm’s 34th anniversary.
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Student design input shapes new collaboration space at Lake Zurich High School

Student design input shapes new collaboration space at Lake Zurich High School

Dynamic, coffeehouse-style lounge shaped by student design input will empower kids to collaborate on projects and learn from each other.
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Class in Session at New Science Addition at Elmwood Park High School

With bright and roomy classes that open to the corridor thanks to the large overhead doors, distance markings on the floor and “drop-zones” in...
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