Dan is a Principal at Daley + Jalboot Architects with over thirty-five years of experience in museum, K-12, college and university projects, religious, and private residential work. He joined the firm in 1982.
Dan received a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from Temple University in 1981, and worked for several small offices before joining the firm. In addition to being licensed to practice architecture in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, The State of New Jersey, the State of Delaware, and New York State. Dan holds National Council of Architectural Registration Boards Certification. He is a member of BOCA International and the American Institute of Architects where he served for seven years on the AIA Board of Directors for both PA state and local chapters. As a result of his work as a member of the AIA's Government Affairs Committee, he was appointed to the Pennsylvania Secretary of Education's "School Construction Task Force" and the Governor’s "School Cost Reduction Task Force". In his spare time, Dan enjoys spending time with his family, and golf.
Amie is an Associate at Daley + Jalboot Architects and joined the firm in 1996. She works as Project Architect on a wide range of projects and her diverse experience and interest in environmental design keep her involved in many of the firm’s LEED projects including Overbrook School for the Blind’s new Kappen Aquatic Center, the first LEED Platinum Aquatic Facility in the country. Amie has also worked on projects for Pennsbury School District, Doylestown Presbyterian Church, Tredyffrin/Easttown School District, St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church, and Eastern University.
Amie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Roger Williams University in 1995 and is licensed to practice architecture in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. She is a LEED Certified Professional and is a member of the AIA. Outside of work, Amie tries to keep busy as a wife and mother of three. When she’s not in the office you’ll likely find her at the kid’s school, on the sidelines of a soccer field, or selling hot dogs at the Little League snack stand.
Joseph is an Associate at Daley + Jalboot Architects. He joined the firm in 1992 and appreciates the varied, challenging, and significant work that the firm produces. As Project Architect, his work includes clients in the K-12 public and private school, church, and university sectors. These projects encompass worship and fellowship spaces, a kindergarten academy, a new academic campus for a local school district, and a variety of university spaces, from library and athletic center expansions to new dormitories and a student center. Joseph enjoys the design and construction challenges of these projects and values the opportunities to contribute to the greater community that they provide.
After receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Literature from The Pennsylvania State University, Joseph worked as a carpenter for a small construction firm where he began to develop his interest in architecture. Starting his studies in night school, he later received a Master of Architecture in 1989, from the University of Pennsylvania. Joseph is licensed to practice architecture in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In his spare time he tries to enjoy his spare time.
Mort is an Associate at Daley + Jalboot Architects and has been a member of the team since 1990. He serves as Project Architect for many K-12 public and private schools, residences, and churches including work at Tredyffrin/Easttown School District, Overbrook School for the Blind, Jewish Employment & Vocational Services, and Doylestown Presbyterian Church.
Mort received a Bachelor of Design and Master of Architecture from the University of Florida in 1988 and 1995, respectively, and is licensed to practice architecture in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. As a father of two, Mort enjoys paying college tuition.