Pfluger Hires Terry Hoyle to Launch Dallas-Fort Worth Office

“Terry has led teams that have created extraordinary designs and established themselves as innovators and creative problem solvers.”

Terry Hoyle, AIA, LEED AP, has joined Pfluger Architects as director of the company’s new Dallas-Fort Worth office. A graduate of Louisiana Tech University, Hoyle has been an architect for the Dallas-Fort Worth educational communities since 1990. His experience and passion for educational architecture make him perfect for Pfluger, a company that has worked with K-12 and higher education clients since 1973.

“Terry has led teams that have created extraordinary designs and established themselves as innovators and creative problem solvers,” said Brad Pfluger, President and CEO of Pfluger Architects. “He’s already proving to be a valued team member.”

Pfluger’s focus on principles and practices of sustainable design fits perfectly with Hoyle’s background. He led the team that designed the first Net Zero Elementary School in Texas. He has also published articles on sustainable design and green building.

Hoyle is passionate about outdoor activities – especially hiking, skiing, and white water rafting. He and his wife, a contractor, live in Dallas and have one son, and a second at SMU.

About Pfluger

Founded in 1973 in Austin, Texas, Pfluger Architects plans and designs educational institutions that engage and inspire. With offices in Austin, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio, Pfluger has completed more than 450 projects valued at more than $ 1 billion in the last five years alone. Pfluger is committed to the responsible use and handling of energy and natural resources by recommending products from the region and efficient building systems that meet customer needs and budgets.

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