The greatest innovations are always grounded in practicality. Professional services range from programming to project close-out. An ability to effectively communicate within a team environment, delivering innovative projects designed with an eye toward the future while meeting the real-world needs of our clients today, is the true measure of Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford’s success.
Since 1963, Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford has been involved in a wide variety of public and private sector projects throughout the Southwest. Our firm has developed a specialty base in institutional, educational, faith-based, cultural and commercial facilities with a strong reputation for providing responsive, quality-oriented projects. While each project we take is unique they all share one common element: They begin with a collaborative process that ensures the solution we arrive at is on-time, on-budget and on target.
Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford is proud to be one of a handful of firms dedicated to the American Institute of Architect’s (AIA) 2030 Commitment. This program is the AIA’s effort to conserve energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, starting with a 60% reduction in emissions from current baseline standards and increasing by 10% up to 100% carbon neutral building by the year 2030. It also demonstrates progress we are making toward reducing the operational energy use of our designs. This program is a voluntary call for action to demonstrate progress toward the industry’s widely adopted 2030 targets in both how firms operate and how they design.