Mike Daily, AIA

Architect / Associate Principal
Key Projects:
  • Rosenblatt Stadium Renovations
  • Lincoln Public Schools Southwest and Northstar High Schools
  • University of Nebraska–Lincoln Athletic Student Life Center
  • Nebraska National Guard Columbus Armed Forces Readiness Center
  • Nebraska National Guard Museum

Mike Daily, AIA

Architect / Associate Principal

Mike was born in 1966 in Omaha, Nebraska, and grew up in Elkhorn, Nebraska. He graduated from Elkhorn High School in 1984, entered the U.S. Marine Corps and spent six years in the Marine Corps Reserve. He attended the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and graduated with a master in architecture in 1992.

He joined BVH in February 1993, and his main responsibility is managing the specifications writing process and master office specification. He writes nearly all of the specifications for the Lincoln studio. He is also a project manager and conducts construction administration. Mike’s interest in architecture started at a young age as he was fascinated with the building process. This interest followed Mike through high school and into college. He likes executing the design intent into a real, tangible thing, researching the latest building technology and products, leading clients through the process of construction and ensuring a satisfied client.

Mike and his wife Mary have two children, Nick and Sophia. In his spare time, he enjoys attending UNL sporting events and watching other sports. He and his wife enjoy working out at the YMCA and spending time and barbecuing with family and friends.

What is the favorite place you have visited?
Chicago, Illinois.

What are you optimistic about?
I believe that our city will continue to develop and grow and be a shining example of Midwestern values.

How do you engage your community?
We support our church and its ancillary service organizations.

What is your area of interest or research?
Building science and construction.

What is your inspiration?
I am inspired by the problem-solving capabilities of our younger generations and their ability to use technology.