Michael is the founder and principal of McAuliffe & Company, Inc. in Palm Desert, California establishing the company in 2006. His professional experience spans commercial, civic, municipal, tenant improvement, mixed use, special-needs and affordable housing projects, as well as hospitality, health care, religious, and residential projects. Michael has practiced architecture in the desert communities of Southern California for more than 15 years.
Michael received his Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1992 from the University of Detroit in Detroit, Michigan and had the privilege to study abroad in Florence and Volterra, Italy. He holds the national NCARB certificate for Architecture and maintains professional licensure in California, Washington, and Michigan. Michael is a member of the American Institute of Architects.
Mark is an architectural associate at McAuliffe & Company. Before joining McAuliffe & Company Mark gained experience at a variety of architectural firms and has been involved in projects ranging in scale from international mixed use to single family residential.
Mark's academic work has been published and exhibited globally. International exhibitions include the Venice Architecture Biennale in Italy and Art Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Publications include 'Urban Transformation', 'Beyond', 'Project International' and 'On Ramp'.
He received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Southern California Institute of Architecture where he was recognized by the Alumni Association and awarded the SCI A3 scholarship. Mark applies his diverse skill set to each design to generate truly unique solutions.
Milo is an architectural associate at McAuliffe & Company. Born and raised in the Coachella Valley, Milo has gained experience in valley based architecture and landscape architecture firms. Milo has been involved in projects such as the CvLink conceptual masterplan to the public Whitewater Park & Amphitheater Expansion.
Milo’s architectural thesis work was recognized with the Environmental Award for his excellent use of structure to create unique environmental qualities.
He received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Woodbury University School of Architecture.