PRESIDENT & FOUNDER
A native San Franciscan, Daniel Macdonald received a Master of Architecture degree from the University of California at Berkeley after serving as an aircrewman with the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War.
He has been involved with architectural projects throughout the United States since 1977.
His diversified experience ranges from major corporate office facilities to numerous commercial/retail mixed-use projects, civic, educational, assisted living, and custom, single and multi-family residential buildings.
Master of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley 1979
Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, University of California, Berkeley 1977
California (initial state of licensure) 1982 C12671
8+ other States (individual State’s information available upon request)
American Institute of Architects (AIA), Member
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Certificate Holder
City of Novato
Downtown Facade Improvement Program Committee - Joint Chairman
Citizens Advisory Committee for Grant Avenue Improvements – Member
Permit Streamlining Committee - Member
Novato Chamber of Commerce
Economic Development Committee - Member
City of San Rafael, Redevelopment Agency
Downtown Vision Committee” Member
Pro Bono Ideas for Fourth Street Improvements -Participant/Submitter
Julia Street Design Subcommittee - Member and Host
San Rafael Gateway Committee - Member
Novato Youth Center
Audit Committee - Member 2005-Present
Tony has led a broad range of projects across the U.S., including community recreation centers, retail and commercial architecture for national and local clients, as well as mixed-use and residential architecture. He is currently working as Projects Director for DMAIA on projects including Wineries, Mixed Use Developments, Retail and various tenant improvements projects. Remodels and Ground Up projects.
Outside of work, he is actively involved with his local community as an active member of the bicycle and pedestrian committee and an advisor on the real estate development committee for the San Francisco Wholesale Produce Market.
Architectural Registration & Board Certification
NCARB Certification, License 56002
1994 University of Houston | Texas – Master of Architecture
1991 University of Houston | Texas – B.S., Computer Design Technology
Committees, Affiliations & Presentations
Town of Corte Madera – Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee Member 2016-Present
Town of Corte Madera – Accessibility Advisory Commissioner 2014-2016
SF Wholesale Produce Market – Real Estate Development Committee, Advisor 2015-present
SPECS 2016 Convention – Store Planning, Equipment, Construction and Facilities, Speaker