Architect Dale Bowder Joins Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture

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Wednesday, June 1, 2016 – Omaha, Nebraska –Dale Bowder has joined Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture (APMA) as architect and project manager. Dale was most recently a project manager with Facilities Planning and Construction at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) where he won the 2015 Commercial/Institutional Award for Exemplary Service from the Preservation Association of Lincoln. His impressive portfolio of work completed at firms like Leo A. Daly and The Clark Enersen Partners, includes higher education projects for Walsh Hall at the College of St. Mary, as well as the Buffett Early Childhood Office, Brace and Behlen Laboratories, and Communications Offices at UNL. Dale also brings solid experience reimagining healthcare and wellness facilities ranging from clinics to assisted living centers; and designing corporate spaces, including the SAC Federal Credit Union Corporate Headquarters in Papillion.

“Dale’s experience working on complex projects with a range of stakeholders is a great addition to APMA,” said Principal Albert Macchietto. “He brings a unique perspective to our projects: both the point of view of the client as well as the designer. We are thrilled to have him on our team”

Dale is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he earned his Bachelor of Science as well as a Masters of Architecture. He is LEED and NCARB (National Council of Architectural Registration Boards) certified and is a Registered Architect in Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, Arizona and Wisconsin.

Dale is currently working on several commercial projects and will be providing review and quality assurance for various APMA projects.

ABOUT ALLEY POYNER MACCHIETTO ARCHITECTURE (APMA)
The mission of APMA is threefold: Put people first. Advance Design. Build Communities. Since its inception in 1987, the team at APMA has dedicated itself to designing buildings and spaces that are as beautiful as they are functional. From ground-up new builds to the preservation and adaptive reuse of historically significant buildings, the 53-person firm provides architecture, interior design and planning services to a wide range of clients and industries. To learn more, visit alleypoyner.com or call 402.341.1544.