In her new role, she will work closely with operations to enhance and expand client relationships, as well as gain market share in both the public and private sectors. Daniels will bring strategic experience, knowledge, and relationships to support Gilbane’s portfolio of cultural and institutional projects.
Before joining the Gilbane family, Daniels led business development and marketing efforts for two mid-size architecture firms, and, most recently, for a boutique-sized owner’s representative firm specializing in cultural and institutional work. Prior to joining the AEC industry, Daniels held positions at The Museum of Modern Art and The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
“New York City is a cultural beacon for the world and Gilbane has been proud to partner with cultural clients to deliver some of our most treasured institutions,” said Neil Heyman, Vice President and Cultural and Performing Arts Center COE, Gilbane Building Company. “With a background working on both the architectural and project management side of our industry, Delphine brings unique insights and relationships to our business and will be a key contributor to our growth in New York City and beyond.”
“Delphine offers outstanding knowledge, which will be a tremendous asset to our clients,” said Brennan Gilbane Koch, Head of New York City Strategic Partnerships, Gilbane Building Company. “Cultural and institutional projects have distinct challenges and stakeholders. Delphine’s perspective and ability to partner with key stakeholders will help cultural institutions and not-for-profit organizations achieve their vision.”
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Daniels is a member of several industry organizations including, Urban Land Institute, ArtTable, Society of College and University Planning, American Institute of Architects New York Chapter (AIA NY), NYC Builds Bio+, Architectural League of New York, and Professional Women in Construction, and was the Co-Chair of the AIA NY Marketing and Communications Committee from 2015-2018.
Daniels received a bachelor’s degree in art history from the University of Washington in Seattle and received her Master’s of Philosophy, in art and architectural history from CUNY Graduate School and University Center, New York.