HOBBS+BLACK ARCHITECTS ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS
Hobbs+Black Architects is proud to announce the promotions of the following individuals:
Wayne E. Chubb, AIA, NCARB to Senior Vice President (Ann Arbor)
Wayne’s management of large retail projects, and his understanding of contractual requirements coupled with a personable demeanor wins him the trust and respect of clients and coworkers alike. Wayne has distinguished himself through his dedication of over 18 years at Hobbs+Black, his service to his clients, and his long-term commitment to excellent work. Wayne recently led the teams that completed The Mall of San Juan in Puerto Rico and Restoration Hardware Galleries in Colorado and Florida. Currently he is involved in the major renovation and expansion of The Mall at Green Hills in Nashville, Tennessee; Northwood Retail Center in Royal Oak, Michigan; and several Restoration Galleries throughout the country.
Tom Dillenbeck, AIA to Vice President (Ann Arbor)
Tom has been with the Hobbs+Black Healthcare studio for 10 years and provides studio leadership for projects in the Midwest. He has been managing large scale projects including Sparrow Health Center Lansing, Sparrow Ionia Hospital, Southwest Tower Addition at St. Mary Mercy Livonia, University of Michigan Northville Health Center, Beaumont Taylor Surgical Addition and Beaumont Trenton Pavilion Tower Addition. Tom has also been instrumental in developing the Senior Living portfolio, including the hospital adaptive reuse at American House Grosse Pointe at Cottage and the new First & Main Senior Living Centers across the country.
Dan Pierce, AIA to Associate (Ann Arbor)
Dan began at Hobbs+Black in March of 2015. He is a seasoned Project Manager with a Master of Architecture from the University of Arizona. At Hobbs+Black he applies his experience with retail, residential, office, historic preservation, and planning to a range of different sized projects. Dan has played an integral part on projects including The Mall at Partridge Creek, the Lamasoft new retail space, Renovation of the Bavarian Inn in Frankenmuth, Michigan and the Restoration Hardware Gallery at the Mall at Green Hills in Nashville, Tennessee.
About Hobbs+Black Architects:
Established in 1965 by William Hobbs and Richard Black, Hobbs+Black offers a full range of architectural and interior design services. Hobbs+Black has worked on over 5,000 projects specializing in commercial and institutional work including office buildings, hotels, hospitals, educational facilities, shopping centers, religious facilities, and multi-family housing. Headquartered in Ann Arbor, MI, Hobbs+Black also operates full-service regional offices in Lansing, MI and Phoenix, AZ.