HANS HOFFMAN AIA, LEED AP, NCARB
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Registered Architect – Utah, Arizona, Washington, Nevada, Colorado.
LEED Accredited Professional
National Trust of Historic Preservation
University of Utah
Graduate School of Architecture
Masters of Architecture, 1999
UVSC Ballpark, Utah Valley State College - Design-Build Competition, 2003. Project Architect at Elliott Mahoney Architecture
Environmental Controls Award; Daylighting Analysis, 1997
Design Excellence Award; Artifact, 1994
Park City Leadership Class XII
Boys & Girls Club volunteer basketball coach
Youth Ute Football League coach
Youth soccer coach
Appointed by Governor Huntsman to the State of Utah Architect’s Licensing Board, 2007-2015.
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) volunteer experience: Professional Conduct Committee, IDP Advisory Committee, Internship Committee, 2012 Practice Analysis Task Force, 2013 NCARB Award Jury Chair, 2014 Credentials Committee and ARE 5.0 Item Development Committee, 2015 ARE 5.0 Practice Management Item Development Subcommittee, 2017 ARE Practice Management Forms Assembly Subcommittee, 2018 ARE Practice Management Forms Assembly Subcommittee Coordinator, 2019 ARE 5.0 Forms Assembly Subcommittee Practice Management Group.
Elected to the NCARB Western Region Executive Committee 2014-2015.
Utah AIA 2014 Design Awards Chair.
Utah AIA New Office Task Force, 2017.
Leading the architectural team is founding principal Hans Hoffman. His experience uniquely qualifies him to lead the architecture process. Hans has been responsible for a wide range of project types, with a focus on Sports, Resorts and Housing projects. Hans has experience in both public and the private sector. Project types include ballparks, multiple projects at the Greater Salt Lake Area Homeless Shelter, elementary schools, telecommunication utility buildings, office buildings, healthcare projects, sport, resort, housing projects and private residences. These project types have allowed Hans the opportunity to establish a reputation for thorough, thoughtful, and deliberate designs while providing clients with a functional and enlightened end product.
Project execution and a project delivery method are tools Hans has refined to address process and building owner’s goals. Hans has also created a project team organizational structure to improve the quality of the design process and creation of construction documents of a project. Information Services are vital to the firms operation. Web based project communication and BIM modeling function as key elements to the operation of the firm.
Hans is a LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) accredited professional with the United States Green Building Council since 2004. He recently renovated his 2,200 s.f. home where he lives with his wife, two kids, and dog, Gus.