Founder and Principal
Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford
Michael Hoffer has more than 40 years of architectural experience and has led the design and development of some the Southwest’s most recognizable buildings and structures. With a Bachelor of Environmental Design from Texas A&M University, he was also in the Tau Sigma Delta Architectural Honor Society at the University of Texas at Arlington for his graduate studies. As vice-president and a founding principal of Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford, Michael has been instrumental in the firm’s expansion into interior design and master planning services.
Michael is dedicated to numerous professional, charitable and civic causes. Michael is a past secretary of the Fort Worth Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, a past member of the advisory board for the Salvation Army of Fort Worth and currently on the board of directors of the E.R. Van Zandt YMCA. From 2006-2007, he was president of the Rotary Club of Fort Worth – South and is a member of Christ Chapel Bible Church in Fort Worth.
Since 1963, Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford has been involved in a wide variety of public and private sector projects throughout the state of Texas. The firm has developed a specialty base in institutional, commercial and educational facilities with a strong reputation for providing responsive, quality-oriented projects within budget and on schedule. Today, Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford is one of the largest independent full-service architecture firms in the Dallas/Fort Worth region. Professional services range from programming to project close-out.