Darr becomes HGA's business developer

Nancy E. Darr will be working within the healthcare and education industries continuing to enhance HGA’s reputation as a leader in innovative design.

06/29/2011


Nancy E. Darr, HGA Architects and EngineersHGA Architects and Engineers (HGA) has hired Nancy E. Darr as a Business Developer for the firm’s Los Angeles office. Darr will be responsible for collaborating with firm leadership to implement business development and marketing strategies within the Southern California market.

“Nancy has a successful background building business with A/E/C firms,” said James Matson, AIA, vice president and director of HGA’s Los Angeles office. “She has particular knowledge of our core markets in healthcare and higher education, and she understands the demographic, technological and financial changes impacting these industries. Nancy will prove an asset as we extend our services throughout the region.”

Darr has more than 20 years of marketing and strategic planning experience. Before joining HGA, she was director of marketing and business development for several leading architecture firms in Washington, DC. Her background also includes legislative experience in the United States Senate and serving as congressional liaison in the congressional liaison office at The White House.

“HGA works within highly dynamic market segments with real growth potential,” Darr said. “As an integrated architecture, engineering and planning firm with multiple offices, HGA brings deep resources and expertise to our client base. I am looking forward to working within the healthcare, higher education and commercial real estate industries to continue to enhance HGA’s reputation as a leader in innovative design and thought leadership. In my business development role, I will continue to utilize HGA’s resources to impact the Southern California region and the clients we serve.”

Nancy has a Bachelor of Science/Liberal Arts in history and political science from the University of Tennessee.



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