David Mason, NCARB, has joined HOK’s Aviation + Transportation practice as a regional leader in Dallas.
He brings more than three decades of experience leading diverse project teams for complex aviation projects—from small renovation projects to new passenger terminals—across the world.
“David understands how to design environments that enhance the passenger experience while collaborating with airport leaders and the airlines to increase operational efficiencies,” said Robert Chicas, AIA, LEED AP, HOK’s director of Aviation + Transportation. “His design expertise, project delivery skills and passion for creating next-generation airports will be invaluable to our clients and consultants.”
Mason is leading regional aviation projects, assisting with national and international projects, and leveraging his expertise and relationships to continue to expand HOK’s Aviation + Transportation practice throughout Texas and the South Central U.S.
“David is committed to building an even stronger A+T practice across the region,” said Thomas Bayer, AIA, LEED AP, technical principal for HOK’s Texas practice. “He will collaborate with current and future clients to deliver aviation facilities that shape travelers’ impressions of a region and create new opportunities for commerce and tourism.”
Mason has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Architecture from the University of Texas at Arlington. He is active in industry organizations including the Airports Council International.