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Paul D. Hoag, AIA

Paul founded PDH+ASSOCIATES in 1982. Prior to this he held Senior Design positions with the internationally noted firms of 3D/International, Houston, Texas and The Architects Collaborative, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Paul has an extremely broad range of international experience on commercial, retail, hospitality and recreational projects. He brings major planning, design and management experience to all projects.

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NCARB Certificate #17,123

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Cambridge, MA

     Master of Architecture - Advanced Studies, 1973

UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA, Norman, Oklahoma

      Bachelor of Architecture, 1970

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS

TEXAS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS

HOUSTON CHAPTER, AIA

ARCHITECTURE, INTERIOR DESIGN, MASTER PLANNING & URBAN DESIGN, 

DESIGN/BUILD PROJECTS & REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT

       Mixed-Use/Multi-Use, Office Buildings, Healthcare, Hotels, Hospitality,                      Education, Recreation, Commercial, Retail & Industrial Projects

BOSTON ARCHITECTURAL CENTER, Boston, Massachusetts

       Design Studio Instructor, 1974 - 1976

JOHNS-MANVILLE WORLD HEADQUARTERS, Denver, Colorado (TAC)

NATIONAL LIBRARY & CULTURAL CENTER, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. (TAC) 

HARVARD ATHLETIC FACILITIES, Allston, Massachusetts (TAC)

HARVARD PLACE (Office, Hotel & Retail), Cambridge, Massachusetts (TAC)

JHARIA TOWNSHIP - NEW TOWN MASTER PLAN, Jharia, Bihar, India (PDH+A)

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS HONOR AWARD, 1979 (TAC)

       Johns-Manville World Headquarters Building, Denver, Colorado

ASHRAE ENERGY CONSERVATION AWARD, 1980 (3D/I)

       Brookhollow Central II & III Office Buildings, Houston, Texas

ARCHITECTURAL RECORD

PROGRESSIVE ARCHITECTURE

TEXAS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS

PDH ARCHITECTS, INC. (PDH+A) - Houston, TX                            1982 - Present 

      President - Responsible for marketing & design direction

FKP ARCHITECTS (FKP) - Houston, TX                                            1980 - 1982

      Sr. Vice President - Marketing & project design

3D/INTERNATIONAL (3D/I) - Houston, TX                                       1978 - 1980

      Sr. Associate/Sr. Project Designer -

              Various international projects

THE ARCHITECTS COLLABORATIVE (TAC) - Cambridge, MA       1972 - 1978

      Project Designer/Project Architect -

              Various international projects

EDUARDO F. CATALANO, FAIA - Cambridge, MA                          1971

       U.S. Embassy Building, Buenos Aires, Argentina

ALAN LOWER & ASSOCIATES - Oklahoma City, OK                       1969 - 1971

Jamie W. Partlow, AIA

Jamie has over 40 years of experience in all aspects of our profession. As a Project Manager for several national Architectural and Engineering firms, Jamie was responsible for overall coordination of the A/E team, as well as contracts, schedules, budgets and quality control on large, complex projects primarily with healthcare and high-tech institutional Clients. He has experience, knowledge and communication skills necessary for the “team-building” required for successful projects.

Jamie recently retired from his position as a principal of PDH+A that he held since 1996. He is still involved with selected projects.