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In 2006, Mr. Hake joined GFF as an Associate. Lynn has been registered as an Architect in Texas for over 37 years and brings nearly 40 years of experience in architecture for a wide variety of corporate, corporate interiors, speculative office, technical, retail, banking, educational, institutional and government clients. He serves on the GFF Standards of Practice Committee, which establishes and updates office-wide procedures for quality control.
Prior to joining GFF, Lynn was a Senior Associate with the Dallas office of Hillier Architecture, headquartered in Princeton, NJ. During his 5-year tenure with Hillier, Lynn completed the James M. Collins Executive Education Center on the Southern Methodist University Campus, the Preston Ridge Campus Learning Center for Collin County Community College District in Frisco, and an addition to the R. Jan LeCroy Educational Telecommunications Center for Dallas County Community College District at Richland College.
Most recently, Lynn has been managing projects for Army Air Force Exchange Services which include the new 260,000 SF Exchange Shopping Center at Fort Hood, Texas, completed in 2016, and is currently managing design and construction of a new Exchange Shopping Center and mixed use Entertainment Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston. Lynn’s other assignments for AAFES include master planning mixed use entertainment centers at Fort Bragg and Fort Riley.
Lynn’s area of specialization is the construction document and construction administration phases of demanding institutional projects. Along with deep experience in relevant projects, he brings excellent communication skills, problem solving and diligent attention to detail.
Lynn graduated with his Bachelor of Architecture from Kansas State University in 1977.