Allen & Hoshall Hires Architect For Its Chattanooga Office

Monday, October 23, 2017
Mark Stockman
Mark Stockman

Architecture, engineering and surveying firm Allen & Hoshall Monday announced the hiring of Mark Stockman, AIA as an architect in its Chattanooga office. 

In his role at Allen & Hoshall, Mr. Stockman will be responsible for overseeing architectural services and business development in East Tennessee. With more than 30 years of experience, Mr. Stockman has managed the planning and design of various facilities across the Southeast including in the health care, commercial and government client markets. He has led all phases of project management from preliminary services, such as developing proposals and establishing budgets, to design coordination and construction oversight. 

Prior to joining Allen & Hoshall, Mr. Stockman most recently served as a project manager at Mason & Hanger Architects & Engineers in Richmond, Va. and as the senior project architect and project executive at Cogdell Spencer Erdman in Johns Creek, Ga

“Mark’s extensive experience and diverse design portfolio will undoubtedly bring great value to our architecture team,” said Harry Pratt, president of Allen & Hoshall. “With his skill set and expertise, I am confident Mark will be a valuable asset to our clients and the Allen & Hoshall team.” 

Mr. Stockman obtained his Bachelor of Science, a Master of Architecture and a Master of Management from Georgia Institute of Technology. He holds a professional certificate from the National Council of Architectural Registration Board, and is a registered architect in Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee.



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