Dan Eikenberry

Associate Principal, Higher Education, Dallas

Dan was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. As a child, he was always interested in art and loved being creative and building things around the house. It wasn’t until he left home to attend Texas Tech University that he found his calling in architecture.

Dan enjoys the problem-solving aspect of being an architect. He believes the best part of the job is walking through a finished building and interacting with the occupants. He finds it extremely rewarding to get positive feedback from the people who use the building every day. He strongly believes that architecture is all about people, and the effect that the built environment can have on our daily lives.

Dan and his wife Lizzy enjoy travel, adventure, and the outdoors.  They currently live in Richardson, Texas with their daughter Nora and pup Charlie.

Dallas College Eastfield Campus Student Success Center and Interdisciplinary Academic Building Groundbreaking
"Architecture isn’t about buildings, it’s about people. The people whose lives are impacted every day by the buildings that they encounter, and the team of designers and architects who turn a vision into reality."
Dan was the Flick Ball (paper football) Texas State Champion in 2003!

Dan 's Featured Work

University of North Texas University Union
Denton, Texas
Collin College Technical Campus
Allen, Texas