on April 28, 2011 / by Downtown Dallas Inc. / in Blog Posts, DDI News, Doing Business
David Lind began his career at Corgan in 1977, after graduating from The Ohio State University with a Master of Architecture degree. Over the past 30 years he has been directly involved with a number of projects, specializing in the airlines and aviation industry in particular. In fact, his aviation expertise led to his authorship of the FAA Guidelines for large HUB airport terminal design.
In 2000, David assumed the role of Managing Principal, President and CEO of Corgan Associates, Inc. Lind has led the firm through the design and construction of their corporate headquarters in Dallas and establishment of offices in New York, Phoenix, Miami, Sacramento, and Beijing, China. The firm has grown into a national and international practice providing architecture and interior design services to a wide range of corporate and institutional clients. His recent projects include International Terminal D at DFW Airport and the North Terminal Development at Miami International Airport.
David is a member of the American Institute of Architects, Texas Society of Architects, OSU Architectural Alumni Dallas Chapter, American Association of Airport Executives, Airport Council International, Airport Consultants Council, and a long-time volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America.
Do you know?
David’s favorite Downtown destinations are all downtown parks – especially on a spring day.
David is passionate about Downtown because it represents the vitality, spirit, image and energy of North Texas – all great cities must have a great downtown.
David’s favorite Downtown memory is the groundbreaking for Corgan’s new corporate headquarters in the West End – sticking a shovel in the soil of downtown Dallas. When organizations like ours make the commitment to downtown, you know it must be a great place with all the potential for the future.
David supports Downtown Dallas, Inc. because it is the most impactful organization I know of that produces tangible benefits for our city and, in turn, for our business.
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