Press Releases 01-09-2017
HOUSTON, Texas – Halff Associates, Inc. (Halff), one of the nation’s leading engineering/architecture consulting firms, is proud to announce that Daniel “Dano” Lozano, PE, LEED AP, has joined Halff as Vice President. Dano brings more than 23 years of civil engineering experience in the Houston area. He is leading the client management and project design efforts for Halff’s land and site development team in Houston, serving some of the most respected developers in Texas to create thousands of acres of successful developments, including residential communities, mixed-used projects, and master-planned commercial/industrial developments.
Dano’s strong communication skills, coupled with his in-depth experience with project management, property development, infrastructure design, and construction management, make him a valuable asset to every project he touches. He has excellent rapport with area jurisdictions and has served as district engineer for several municipal utility districts and as program manager on several major land and site development projects.
Dano is committed to sustainable design and is a US Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional. He earned his Master of Engineering from Texas A&M in 1994.
About the Firm
Halff is an award-winning, employee-owned, diverse and multidiscipline professional engineering and architecture firm. For more than 70 years, Halff has provided innovative solutions for clients throughout the United States. Halff is committed to the purpose of improving lives and communities by turning ideas into reality by continuously investing in its employees and fostering a culture of collaboration.
Halff has 28 offices in Arkansas, Florida, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Texas. The firm is ranked No. 97 by Engineering News-Record. Halff is the No. 10 Top Workplace nationally in 2022 as ranked by Energage for businesses with 1,000 to 2,499 employees.
For more information about Halff, visit halff.com.
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