About

MISSION

TEAM

SERVICES

 

 

Team

Jeffrey D. Mahler, AIA

Principal

Contact Jeff: jmahler@L2M.com

Professional Profile
A licensed architect in 25 states, L2M principal
and co-founder Jeffrey D. Mahler has over 20 years of architecture, design, construction administration and project management experience. As the principal in charge of all firm projects, Jeffrey spearheads project assignment and flow, quality control and final review, along with firm operations, finances and business development.

Jeffrey previously worked as a project architect at W.G. Reed Architects in Bethesda, Maryland, where he focused on commercial and ecclesiastical design. In 1995, he partnered with his W.G. Reed colleague, Scot Loiselle, to establish L2M. Jeffrey’s areas of expertise range from renovation and restoration to new construction, retail and healthcare architecture and design.

Education
Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
Bachelor of Architecture

Professional Associations
American Institute of Architects

International Council of Shopping Centers

Notable Projects
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Washington, D.C.

St. John Vianney Catholic Church Family Life Center, Barstow, MD

Payless ShoeSource, Nationwide

Presentations
“Your Request for a New Foodservice Facility Has Been Approved: Now What?”, 2007 National Society for Healthcare Foodservice Management Annual Conference

“Building Codes’ Influence on Your Building: Learn Just Enough to Be Dangerous,” 2007 International Council of Shopping Centers CenterBuild Conference

“Future Tech: A Roundtable Discussion of Software and Programs to Help Collaboration,” 2007 Commercial Construction Show

“Train Your Real Estate Partners to Get Better Leases,” 2007 Commercial Construction Show

“Managing Outsourced Services,” 2006 Commercial Construction Show

States Registered
Colorado Michigan
Connecticut Minnesota
Delaware Missouri
District of Columbia New Jersey
Florida New York
Georgia North Carolina
Illinois Ohio
Indiana Pennsylvania
Kansas South Carolina
Kentucky Texas
Louisiana Virginia
Maine
Maryland