Dan Weese, Principal at Weese Langley Weese Architects, has over 25 years of experience in the architecture and design fields. Over that time, he has developed an expertise in complex renovation projects that typically involve a mix of preservation and adaptive reuse. His involvement in a project is from its inception through construction and he is able to bring a consistency of vision to all stages of project development and implementation. He takes a leadership role with consultants to ensure that new systems are accommodated while maintaining the essential architectural integrity of the building. Recent work includes the Harris Hall Renovation and Expansion which created a new home for the history department at Northwestern University. The Willard Hall Renovation, also at Northwestern, is a 280-bed residence hall that was reconfigured to introduce classroom spaces, a café, and an apartment for a faculty mentor. Dan prides himself on excellent communication and a commitment to the craft of architecture.