Bo Jayatilake




Master of Architecture, Clemson University

Bachelor of Architecture, University of Moratuwa



Architect Licensed to Practice in the States of Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia

LEED® Accredited Professional



Columbia Hills

2019 ULI Washington, Real Estate Tends Award, Excellence in Affordable Housing

Bo has over two decades of experiences both in the U.S. and overseas, encompassing a highly diverse spectrum of project types including high rise offices, schools, hotels, churches, multifamily housing, and urban development projects, to highly personalize single family residences across many geographic regions.

Bo is a mentor and a teacher and contributed by teaching at the university and community college level. His commitment to environmentally responsible design resulted in him being one of the first architects to obtain the LEED® Certification from the U.S. Green Building Certification Council and passionately concerned about the impact of buildings and urban design on the health, well-being of the users.  He also has a keen interest in architectural history and has traveled extensively throughout Europe and Asia and done historical studies of traditional tropical architecture.  He has contributed to two books published on Sri Lankan architecture.

Bo has a Masters Degree in Architecture from Clemson University and currently is a Registered Architect in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC.  He holds an NCARB certification which helps to obtain license in any state if the need arises.


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