Delmar L. Dayton, AIAArchitect
Delmar plays a leadership role in the design and implementation of projects for both public and private clients. He brings enthusiasm, commitment and the highest professional standards to his guidance of the project team, along with a dedication to understanding the client’s unique needs in order to develop and execute an integrated solution that is consistent with those needs.
Delmar’s early role and responsibilities as Chief City Architect for the City of Richmond helped him develop his strong focus on the client’s success. Delmar has over 46 years of experience in the architectural profession, working across the full spectrum of project types, scales, budgets, and timelines.
American Institute of Architects: Virginia Society AIA – President 1991 & 1992; Past Chairman, Government & Professional Affairs Committee; James River Chapter AIA – Past President; Virginia Foundation for Architecture – Treasurer/Trustee
Construction Specifications Institute (CSI): Richmond Chapter CSI – Past President
City of Richmond Fire Code Appeals Board – Past Chairman
American Arbitration Association: National Panel of Arbitrators, National Faculty
Certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University: Bachelor of Architecture, 1976
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University: Post-graduate work towards Master of Architecture, 1977