Washington Architect Dies
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Washington Architect Dies

06 Aug 2007

Washington architect Jeffrey Clayton Landis, who oversaw such projects as the EuroMotorcars Germantown Centre and the Manugistics World Headquarters, as well as 14 new conference rooms for the Pentagon Library and conference centre, has died of cancer, age 55. Landis passed away on July

Washington architect Jeffrey Clayton Landis, who oversaw such projects as the EuroMotorcars Germantown Centre and the Manugistics World Headquarters, as well as 14 new conference rooms for the Pentagon Library and conference centre, has died of cancer, age 55.

Landis passed away on July 17 following a long career as vice president of design management for Coakley & Williams Construction.