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Mr. DeLizzio graduated with a Master of Architecture from The Catholic University of America in 1976. The Maryland and National Chapters of the American Institute of Architects have exhibited his work, where he has received Design Awards for Architectural Excellence. He has been named in "Who's Who Among American Professionals", Platinum Edition. Mr. DeLizzio has served on Executive Planning Committees for Our Lady of Mercy Parish in Potomac, Maryland, the Greenwell Foundation, St. Mary’s County, Maryland, President of Whitley Park Condominium Association and as Executive Architect for George Mason University’s Auxiliary Enterprise.
He has lectured, and acted as design critic and intern sponsor for Montgomery County Public Schools and The Catholic University of America School of Architecture & Planning. He has also authored a Project Management Manual for Architects, and has served as an expert litigation witness for the Montgomery County Department of Public Works & Transportation.
He is licensed to practice architecture in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC.
His diverse experience includes the planning, design and construction administration of over 500 Institutional, Religious, Educational, Community, Commercial, and Residential Projects.