Daniel Sesil, Partner at Leslie E. Robertson Associates (LERA), has been with the firm since 1983. His extensive expertise lives in special design projects that answer to function and innovation. He specializes in long span, column-free spaces, high-rise buildings, creative solutions and research initiatives.

Dan is currently Partner-in-Charge of a wide range of projects, including the design of the Lucas Museum of Narrative Arts, the Rubenstein Forum at the University of Chicago, the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center Expansion in New York, a new hospital building at Coney Island Hospital in New York, the New Embassy Compound (NEC) in Ankara, Turkey and the New Consular Compound (NCC) in Nogales, Mexico. Projects of his that are currently under construction include the Kimmel Pavilion at New York University Langone Medical Center in New York, a new building for SUNY’s Downstate Medical Center…

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Securing the Vibrant Future of our Cities: Decision Making Principles for Aspirational Projects

Matthew Melrose, Daniel Sesil & Michael Hopper, P.E., Leslie E. Robertson Associates

There is a tension between aspirations and risks in the development and delivery of any building project. Columbia University Medical and Graduate Education Building (CUMGEB)...