Daniel L. Bailey, AIA

“The best architects share an innate ability to harmonize the interaction between person and place, within the context of purpose. This is true regardless of building function, project size, or budget … and even if there is no “building” involved.”

A founding Principal since 1981, Dan has played a key role in the successful administration of new construction and renovation projects for both private and governmental clients. His experience on city, state, and federal projects of all types and sizes contribute significantly to his excellence in project management. Dan is an expert in contracts management and has helped facilitate many successful projects for non-profits, religious, justice, federal and healthcare clients. As Past-President of AIA Maryland chapter, Dan is active with AIA, and is passionate about architecture legislation. Dan received the AIABaltimore 2011 President's Award - Community Architect of the Year, in recognition of his commitment to mentoring architecture students at Morgan State University.



Bachelor of Arts, Architecture / Iowa State University 1977

M.Arch / Morgan State University 1986



  • American Institute of Architects, Member
  • American Jail Association, Member
  • AIA Education Panel, Member
  • American Correctional Association, Member
  • Baltimore AIA 2011 President's Award - Community Architect of the Year
  • International Code Council, Member
  • Lovely Lane Methodist Church, Trustee
  • Maryland AIA, Past President
  • Manna House, Inc., Director and Past President
  • Morgan State University, School of Architecture + Planning Advisory Board, Member
  • NCARB NAAB Accreditation Panel, Member