Jim Halloran, LEED AP, IIDA, has relocated to HOK’s Houston office to serve as director of design, interiors.
With more than two decades of experience, Halloran will build client relationships in Houston and focus on design excellence for the interiors practice.
“We’re pleased that Jim has moved from Dallas to our Houston studio,” said Roger Soto, AIA, design principal for HOK. “His exceptional design, client service and leadership skills will bring great benefits to all of our clients.”
Halloran joined HOK in 2014 as a senior project interior designer in Dallas and was promoted to interiors practice leader in 2016. He has led teams on a range of successful corporate interiors, commercial office renovation, hospitality and healthcare projects. As an architect and interior designer, Halloran excels in guiding design efforts to ensure that clients realize the most value from their projects. His design solutions respond to each client’s unique goals and needs.
“Jim has been an integral part of the success of HOK’s interiors practice,” said Tom Polucci, AIA, firm-wide director of interiors for HOK. “In this new role, we are confident that he will continue to deliver impactful design solutions and exceptional service to our current clients while expanding our interiors practice in the region.”
A native Texan and a graduate of the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Architecture, Halloran is excited to return to the city. He is a member of the International Interior Design Association, CoreNet Global and the Texas Real Estate Commission International Interior Design Association.