Nov. 26, 2012
-- HGA Architects and Engineers has hired Erica Lorraine Hauck as business developer in the firm’s Los Angeles office. Hauck will implement business development and marketing strategies in healthcare, higher education and government/corporate market sectors in southern California.
“Erica has a successful background building new business relations for architecture and engineering firms,” said James Matson, AIA, vice president and director of HGA’s Los Angeles office. “She has an extensive network of professional contacts throughout southern California in our key markets. She understands the demographic and financial challenges impacting our clients. Her insight and knowledge will prove beneficial as we expand our design services.”
Hauck has more than 15 years of marketing, business development and strategic planning experience for architecture, engineering and construction firms. Before joining HGA, she was business development leader with the DLR Group in Santa Monica, where she directed development strategy for healthcare and higher education markets.
“HGA brings strong resources and expertise to our clients,” Hauck said. “The firm believes in building consensus, opening lines of communication and establishing a smooth decision-making process. As business developer, I hope to communicate the value we bring to clients as an integrated architecture, engineering and planning firm.”
Hauck has an associate degree from Los Angeles Valley College. She is past president (2010-2011) of the Society for Marketing Professional Services/Los Angeles Chapter. She additionally has served in leadership roles for professional and community associations, including current board member of the Kiwanis Club of Los Angeles.
HGA is an integrated architecture, engineering and planning firm that helps prepare its clients for the future. With offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Sacramento, California; Minneapolis and Rochester, Minnesota; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and Washington DC, the nationally recognized firm has developed expertise in the healthcare, corporate, arts, community, higher education, and science/technology industries since 1953. HGA’s culture for interdisciplinary collaboration, knowledge sharing and design investiga¬tion enables its clients to achieve success with responsive, innovative and sustainable design. Visit http://www.HGA.com