In this role, Larson will lead the firm’s Las Vegas gaming and hospitality team, identifying opportunities for new business, establishing client relationships, and serving as one of the firm’s gaming and hospitality planning and design experts.
Larson has more than 10 years of architecture and planning experience specializing in gaming and hospitality projects. Prior to joining LEO A DALY, he served as project manager and project architect for Klai Juba Architects in Las Vegas. During his tenure there, he worked on significant projects including The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, the J.W. Marriott Las Vegas, the Daylight Beach Club and Kumi Japanese restaurant at Mandalay Bay, Diablo’s Cantina at MGM Mirage, LAVO Restaurant and Nightclub at the Palazzo Resort and Casino, The South Point Hotel and Casino, The Linq, Tivoli Village phases III and IV, Maryland LIVE! Casino and Maryland LIVE! Hotel, the Hard Rock Resort & Casino – Kansas Speedway, and the UNLV Thomas & Mack Center modernization project.
“Michael has an impressive background working in the gaming and hospitality industry, both regionally and nationally,” said Chris Johnson, managing principal of LEO A DALY. “His positive attitude and client engagement efforts will lead to excellent opportunities. We look forward to leveraging his skills and expertise as we continue to deliver the quality and service our current and prospective clients expect.”
Larson received bachelor’s degrees in both architecture and environmental design from North Dakota State University and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of North Dakota. He is a registered architect and is NCARB certified. Larson is an in-studio critic for numerous architectural studio classes and previously served as a facilitator for the Klai Juba Lecture Series at the UNLV School of Architecture.
About LEO A DALY
Established in 1915, LEO A DALY is an international architecture, engineering, and interior design firm. The company’s portfolio includes award-winning projects in 87 countries and all 50 states. With nearly 800 employees in 24 offices worldwide, the firm ranks in the top 10 largest design firms in the United States and top 25 globally. For more information, visit www.leoadaly.com.