Dan Hart brings a unique set of qualities to PSC that few others can match – he holds both an architecture and engineering degree and is licensed in both professions. Dan has the ability to apply the natural sciences and mathematics as an engineer while also applying the social sciences, arts and humanities as an architect to a project.

“A thoughtfully considered place can have a profound impact in drawing people together into meaningful relationships. Building Community is about making those places.”

He has 25 years of experience in both professions and serves as the Executive Vice President – Architecture. He is also a Principal and on the PSC Board of Directors. Dan is a dedicated advocate for the profession. He has served as President of the Texas Society of Architects, Moderator of The American Institute of Architects Strategic Council (the Institute’s national think tank) and numerous other committees advancing architecture in Texas. Dan was also an adjunct instructor of architectural engineering for senior-level architecture students at Texas Tech University.

Why did you choose PSC?

“I wanted to be a part of a firm that thinks big and responds differently—a firm that, at its core, makes community in and through community.”

Why did you choose your profession?

“There’s no other profession I know that does more to help people live out their intentions, their dreams or their vision in the physical world.”

What are your hobbies and interests?

“I enjoy reading, distance running and traveling.”

What are your outside affiliations?

“I am an Elder with First Presbyterian Church in Midland.”

What is something interesting about yourself?

“I was raised as a child of missionaries in Beirut, Lebanon.”