Hoefer Wysocki, an interdisciplinary architecture and design firm, has announced the addition of Steven Janeway, AIA, NCARB, LEED BD+C, who joins the firm as design principal and commercial practice leader. Based in the firm’s Dallas office, Janeway brings more than 30 years of leadership and design experience in large-scale master plan development, corporate headquarters, commercial office and mixed-use development, healthcare architecture and higher education facility design to his new position.

“Steven’s expertise aligns well with our growth across North Texas. He will bring senior-level leadership and talent to our Dallas-based commercial architectural studio. His ability to drive innovation will continue to advance our impact on commercial design to benefit our client partners,” said Rob Welker, president of Hoefer Wysocki.

Janeway’s expansive career showcases commercial design in major projects worldwide. Notable works include multiple master planning projects such as the luxury live-work-play urban complex, Desert Kingdom, in Dubai, UAE, which has been recognized for its urbanism and sustainability features; and the Crossroads project that sought to establish a ‘southwestern urbanism’ using the retired Texas Stadium site and approximately 400 surrounding acres; the design of corporate headquarters campuses including the Samsung Global Engineering Center and R&D facilities in Seoul, South Korea, which feature both LEED Gold and Platinum facilities developed on an extremely constrained urban site; the Neiman Marcus headquarters in Dallas, Texas, among many other global brands.

Well-known hotel and hospitality destinations designed by Janeway include The Omni Fort Worth in Fort Worth, Texas, and the Weston Golf Club in Weston, Mass. His portfolio also includes civic and academic work including the Tom Vandergriff Civil Courts Building, Fort Worth, Texas; Dallas Public Library’s White Rock Hills Branch Library; and Cedar Valley College Veterinary Technology, Science and Allied Health facility in south Dallas, Texas.

“I look forward to collaborating with the commercial design and development team at Hoefer Wysocki to bring high-performing yet sustainable solutions to clients across North Texas,” said Janeway.

Throughout his career, Janeway has garnered numerous awards including three Design Merit Awards from the AIA, along with awards from several other industry associations. LEED BD+C credentialed, Janeway is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and licensed in five states. He is an active member of the Texas Society of Architects and the U.S. Green Building Council. A graduate of the University of Tennessee School of Architecture, he received his Bachelor of Architecture, magna cum laude, in 1985. He also attended the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Professional Development Program in Boston, Mass.