Don Ness


Healthcare Project Director / Sr Architect


Don serves as a Senior Architect at HFA and is a seasoned design and architecture professional with more than 36 years of industry experience. He has worked on a diverse range of projects, including public facilities, industrial, institutional, healthcare, religious, education, and commercial projects. Don has a passion for land development and construction, and his skills in project management, facility planning, and cost estimating have been instrumental in his success as both Principle in charge and Project Director for many large-scale projects. In his current role at HFA, Don leads the QA/QC program for the C-Store team, ensuring that projects are up to the highest standards of quality. He also heads up comprehensive learning sessions for HFA professionals. His impressive portfolio includes managing a $65-million-dollar Engineering Building for the University of Texas Permian Basin and a new $100-million-dollar Math and Science Building for University of Texas-Dallas. What sets Don apart is his ability to run large teams and projects successfully. He has demonstrated this throughout his career, which includes owning and operating his own firm for 20 years.

Bachelor of Architecture, University of Arkansas, 1987

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