Jim Halloran Joins HOK as Lead Interior Designer in Dallas
Jim Halloran, LEED AP, has joined HOK’s Dallas practice as senior project interior designer. Halloran has 17 years of interior design experience on projects ranging from corporate offices and conference facilities to performing arts centers and churches.
As the lead designer for HOK’s interiors team in Dallas, Halloran is responsible for developing creative design solutions that meet each project’s unique requirements.
“We are thrilled to add Jim to our team,” said Kim Hogan, IIDA, LEED AP, HOK’s senior vice president, director of interiors. “His talent speaks for itself and his depth of experience working on everything from small renovations to large corporate headquarters projects gives him insights that translate into real value for our clients.”
Halloran joins HOK from Design Duncan Miller Ullmann (DDMU) in Dallas, where he was senior designer, interior architecture. He previously served as a senior designer for interiors at Powers Brown Architecture in Houston.
Halloran, who earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Houston, has helped lead the design of award-winning projects including the John Cooper School of Performing Arts Center in Woodlands, Texas, and Morris Architects’ headquarters in Houston. Recent work includes corporate headquarters projects for Exterran and Men’s Wearhouse in Houston and new offices for Kelsey-Seybold Clinic in Pearland, Texas.
HOK’s interior design projects include FedEx Corporation’s headquarters and Encana’s regional headquarters in Plano, Texas; Verizon’s Customer Technology Center relocation in Richardson, Texas and its office building reconfiguration and interior finish out in Irving, Texas; a regional office for Parsons Brinckerhoff in Richardson, Texas; BP’s Exploration & Production Global Learning Center in Houston; and Envision Healthcare’s corporate headquarters relocation in Denver.