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Dale Streitenberger

JLA Architects adds new Senior Design Architect


JLA Architects, Milwaukee, has hired Dale Streitenberger as a senior design architect. Although based in JLA’s Milwaukee Office, Dale’s role will span both JLA offices specializing in senior living environments, housing with services, multi-family residential, and affordable housing. He will also assist the firm with business development operations.

Bringing more than 35 years of design experience, Streitenberger has worked on numerous nationwide multi-family, mixed-use and assisted care facilities, several of which have produced recognition. Some of his past projects included Felician Village (Manitowoc, Wis.), The Crestwood at Oklahoma Methodist Manor (Tulsa, Okla.), Bayside Commons (Milwaukee), Gaslight Lofts Apartments (Milwaukee), and Park Regent Apartments (Madison, Wis).

Joseph Lee, founder and president of the firm, is pleased to welcome Dale to the JLA team, “I am very excited that Dale has joined our team. He is a well-respected & recognized leader in this industry. He brings great experience and talent to our team. I am excited to have him help maintain our reputation for producing great, real-world designs as well as serve as a mentor for our other team members”.

Streitenberger joins JLA after serving five years as an architect with Berghammer Construction Corporation (Butler, Wis.) where he specialized in senior living and multi-family projects. Previously, he was a principal with Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA) for 24 years.

He is a member of the Wisconsin Assisted Living Association (WALA), Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA), and Leading Age–Wisconsin He also is a member of the Wauwatosa Mayfair Rotary Club and serves as board chair with Jewish Family Services–Housing.


JLA Architects
311 E. Chicago Street Suite 240

Milwaukee, WI 53202

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