Louis F. Noto, Jr., AIA, LEED® AP BD+C

PRINCIPAL, ARCHITECT, DIRECTOR OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Lou Noto, who is known for his leadership and organizational skills, is Director of Project Management at DLA. He manages the day to day operations of all the Architects and projects within the firm. He also puts his skills to use in the community as volunteer assistant coach for his sons’ football and baseball teams.

Lou is passionate about family time; he enjoys spending time with his wife, kids and family. He brings this spirit to the office with his ability to create a sense of camaraderie.

When it comes to his clients, Lou takes their trust personally. He will go the extra mile to provide them the best service and will always be the clients advocate to ensure their needs are being met. He is honest, straight forward, and has a great sense of humor. His clients respect that.

Interests

  • Family
  • Football
  • Architecture
  • Baseball
  • Travel
  • Watersports
  • Landscaping
When I was growing up, I was fascinated how drawing lines and shapes on a piece of paper could be transformed into blueprints for constructing buildings and that’s what led me into the Architecture field.
I can’t tell you how fulfilling it is to now be the author of those lines and shapes, the information used by contractors to build DLA’s innovative 3-dimensional spaces and buildings.

Lou Noto
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