Dan Sloan, AIA, NCARB, LEED A.P., Vice- President of Sloan & Sloan- Architecture + Interior Design, President of Conch Custom Homes, President of Sloan Properties was born March 1, 1960.

Dan attended the University of Florida as an undergraduate in 1978. He received an Associate of Arts degree from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in 1981 and a Bachelor of Design degree from the College of Architecture in 1983. As an undergraduate he was a member of the Gargoyles Honor Society and the American Institute of Architecture Students.

Dan interned with a North Carolina Architect during his college years. After graduation, he began his career as a junior designer at an Architectural Firm in Denver, Colorado.

Dan has been involved in various areas of Architecture and Construction for almost 30 years and is a Florida Licensed Architect. Additionally, he has been a State Licensed General Contractor for over 25 years. He has worked for various prominent design and real estate development firms as well as at the helm of his own Architecture & Construction companies.

In 1996 Dan applied to graduate school at his alma mater. He moved to Gainesville and began graduate studies in architecture at the University of Florida in the fall of 1997. While there he was the founding editor and publisher of the “Architrave” a Student Run Architectural magazine, which is still very popular today.

While in graduate school Dan was involved in a state-sponsored, University of Florida, research assistantship. This involved surveying and documenting historic buildings in many of Florida’s smaller downtowns. Dan was also a member of the American Institute of Architecture Students and was inducted into Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society. He maintained a 4.0 GPA throughout his graduate studies and was awarded the MSAS Excellence Award for outstanding academic achievement. Dan was conferred the Master of Science in Architectural Studies Degree (Historic Preservation) in the spring of 1999.

Subsequently, Dan attended to the University of Miami School of Architecture. Dan’s Masters Thesis was written on the topic of Urban Infill Live/Work Developments, which was crafted under the direction of his Thesis Chair and School Dean Elizabeth Plater- Zyberk. He maintained a 3.97 GPA throughout his graduate studies and was awarded the Highest Award for Academic Achievement, the AIA Henry Adams School Medal and Certificate of Merit in 2001. He was conferred a Professional Masters of Design Degree in 2001 and is currently a Florida Licensed Architect and is accredited by NCARB (National Council of Architectural Registration Boards).

Currently, Dan is Past President of the PB American Institute of Architects, A Board Member of the AIA PB Foundation for Architecture, President of the Marina Historic District HOA, A Board Member of the Delray Beach Preservation Trust, Past Chair of the Delray Beach Historic Preservation Board, and immediate past Vice Chair of the Delray Beach Green Task Force. He is also a Florida Green Building Coalition Certifying Agent. His architectural practice centers on custom residential projects ranging from complete condominium gut & remodel to upscale custom homes. The vast majority of his projects are designed and constructed by his Architecture and GC firms.