President and CEO
Director of Architecture
Mr. Hall has been with Curts Gaines Hall Jones Architects since 1977 and a Principal since 1992. He became the firm’s President and CEO in 2016.
While in graduate school at the University of Florida, he specialized in Architectural Theory and Design and completed his Masters Thesis on Housing and The Urban Fabric. This study focused on the important elements of housing and mass transportation in redeveloping the existing fabric of American cities.
Since joining CGHJ he has been the principal designer for numerous projects including custom residences, educational facilities, and luxury multifamily projects. These projects have won several state and national awards for design excellence.
Mr. Hall’s areas of expertise include architectural design and construction technology. He has designed and managed several large-scale high rise residential projects involving significant construction budgets, programmatic requirements and environmental constraints.
Working with some of the largest developers and general contractors in the State of Florida has afforded Mr. Hall the experience to manage significantly complex developments.
Mr. Hall has completed over 50 luxury high-rise and mid-rise residential and mixed use projects throughout Florida. He has also master-planned significant special use developments such as the “New Town” plan in New Mexico (9000 Acres) and Hillsborough Community College master plan (100 acres).
University of Florida; Master of Architecture, 1989.
University of Florida; Bachelor of Design, 1979.
City of Sarasota, FL; Mayor's Citation for Excellence in Urban Design, 1984.
Design Project/Center for the Study
of International Law; Mexico City, Mexico, 1984.
Registered Architect: State of Florida.
The American Institute of Architects.
Ybor City Chamber of Commerce.
Barrio Latino Commission.
City of Tampa’ design review agency
for the Ybor City Historical District.
The National Association of Home Builders Annual Convention.
Central Florida Builders and Contractors Awards Program.