Todd Hardin, Associate AIAAssociate, Architecture - Higher Education
Todd Hardin joined PSC in 2008 after serving 15 years as a Senior Project Manager for a large public Higher Education (HEd) Institution. During that time, he successfully managed well over $150 million of large capital investment construction projects. Because of this experience, Todd brings a unique skill set to the table with his understanding of HEd institutional dynamics and the challenges/opportunities facing HEd marketplace projects.
As an Associate in the Higher Education Sector, Todd serves as a Project Manager coordinating design and construction administration services for both Community College and large public-sector Institution projects. Possessing a well-rounded knowledge base of building systems makes him particularly effective in multi-disciplinary scope coordination and construction administration project management. His experience includes academic classroom facilities, student centers, lab and research facilities, residence halls, performing arts facilities, athletic facilities for NCAA competition, healthcare, religious and administrative office building types.
Another professional service he provides is project administration in the form of Owner’s Representative services. He has successfully provided this service for large Higher Ed Institution projects ranging from $15 million to $65 million. Todd places particular importance on developing trusted advisor relationships and believes successful outcomes are the result of exceptional communication, coordination, and commitment.
He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the Texas Society of Architects and volunteers his time at his church and to Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Southwest.
“Building Community, in my mind, transcends the built environment. It goes deeper than the physical buildings that create neighborhoods, marketplaces and civic venues. It’s about doing what we can now to influence and affect positive outcomes for current and future generations.”