ERIC HAHNFELD, AIA
As a founding Principal and President of Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford, Eric Hahnfeld has overseen more numerous architectural, interior design and master planning projects during his 26-year career.
Initially joining his
father's firm, Lee Roy Hahnfeld
Architects in 1983, Hahnfeld spearheaded efforts to expand the firm's capabilities in 1997, to include master planning and interior design.
Today, Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford
employs 48 architects, planners, interior designers and additional support staff, and is the largest private architecture firm in Fort Worth.
practice includes K-12 and higher education, equestrian and institutional design, in addition to managing the firm's business affairs.
Projects of specific significance that Hahnfeld
has been directly involved with include three separate projects at the Will Rogers Memorial Center
in Fort Worth, the Brown-Lupton University Union at Texas Christian University, and the Dedman Center for Lifetime Sports at Southern Methodist University.
Hahnfeld has been a fixture in the North Texas civic and architectural communities for more than two decades, serving as past president of the Fort Worth Chapter of American Institute of Architects, an advisory board member for Texo (Dallas/Fort Worth AGC) and a past-board member for the Southwest YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth.
In addition, he is an executive trustee for the Texas Society of Architects' Texas Architect Committee, a Texas Society of Architects' board member and a member of the Fort Worth Stock Show Syndicate.