Thomas Hofmann, AIA, joins Gannett Fleming as Senior Project Architect, leading and expanding the Interior Design Studio within the firm’s Architectural Practice. The Interior Design Studio develops, manages, and builds new and renovated modern spaces for professional, commercial, educational, and industrial uses.
“Tom brings more than 25 years of experience in project management, leading clients from design through construction,” said George Campanella, PE, Facilities Business Line director and senior vice president. “His ability to integrate Gannett Fleming’s construction management, project management, and design-build services with his expertise will allow our Interior Design Studio to create high-end, versatile designs that meet the client’s schedule, budget, and space requirements.”
Hofmann’s portfolio includes large-scale projects such as broadcast centers, hospital surgical and imaging suites, pharmaceutical firms, networks of corporate offices, and manufacturing facilities. He led the conversion of the Brooklyn Nets’ previous training center into the Meadowlands YMCA, which included the renovation of a 68,000-square-foot building and the addition of an 8,000-square-foot swimming facility. He also provided design and construction services for the Omnicom Group, bringing together multiple advertising agencies into one building while maintaining each firm’s individual brands and identities. One of Hofmann’s most recent assignments included the relocation of multiple Seeger Weiss offices into a new 40,000-square-foot corporate headquarters for the law firm located in Ridgefield Park, New Jersey.
Hofmann serves clients nationwide from the firm’s Piscataway, New Jersey, office. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the International Facility Management Association. He earned his Bachelor of Science in architecture from Texas Tech University.