W. Daniel Bickerstaff, II AIA, NOMA, NCARB
Founder and Principal Architect
W Daniel Bickerstaff founded Ubiquitous Design, while a student at Washington University. He has over twenty-five years of direct project management. He has completed numerous design projects throughout the Northeast Ohio region as an intern with various architectural firms, as well as serving as Chief Architect within the City of Cleveland’s Division of Architecture. He has played significant roles in the design of the Northeast Ohio Headquarters for the Red Cross and the City of Cleveland’s reenhouse Addition. He has also designed numerous residential, commercial, and institutional projects, not the least of which is the City of Cleveland’s African American Cultural Garden currently under construction in the Historic Rockefeller Park. As Founder and Principal Architect of Ubiquitous Design Limited, he is responsible for the execution of all aspects of the office from development of proposals and pre-design services to construction administration. His commitment and dedication ensures the successful completion of projects both large and small. As an example of our project portfolio’s diversity, we have designed buildings ranging in value from Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) to Twenty-Four Million ($24,000,000.00). This is a testament to our ability to embrace any scale project and give it the level of professionalism it deserves.