ERIC HAHNFELD, AIA
Eric Hahnfeld is not a designer.
obsession is making sure that clientsâ€™ projects are delivered on-schedule, on-budget, with no surprises, and with the seeds planted for long-term relationships.
Hahnfeldâ€™s passion for the technical side of design is a rarity among the leaders of architectural firms, but it has helped place Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford
among the leaders in the profession.
Hahnfeld oversees production, specifications, quality control and construction administration for the firmâ€™s numerous projects.
These functions are more commonly found in the offices of general contractors, but in Hahnfeldâ€™s hands they have built the firmâ€™s reputation for exacting precision in product delivery, problem solving and customer service.
has led the firm in pioneering the use of cutting-edge design technology such as BIM (Building Information Modeling).
unique capacity, Hahnfeld
has worked on all of the firmâ€™s significant projects, with personal favorites including renovations and expansions at the historic Will Rogers Memorial Center
and a growing portfolio of landmark facilities at Texas Christian University
such as the state-of-the-art Tucker Technology Center
leadership as a founding principal and president, the firm has expanded its scope from primarily designing public schools to projects in most market sectors as well as adding master planning and interior design.
In 1997, the firm received one of the highest honors from the Texas architecture community: The Texas Society of Architects Architecture Firm Award
Eric Hahnfeld came to the firm founded in 1963 by his father, architect Lee Roy Hahnfeld, from an unlikely direction.