The Hauseman Group is an architectural firm where ideas not just buildings are designed. We look to creatively solve problems through design and endeavor to balance form, function and environment. Creating success for our clients through purposeful architecture is our primary objective.
Composed of talented thinkers who are practical, we are feet on the ground problem solvers sincerely committed to providing quality service and product. The key to our success is collaboration, often pulling in specialized thinkers outside of architecture.
The Hauseman Group is a full service firm offering design and management services in Architecture, Engineering, Interior Design and Planning. Serving private and public sector clients in the United States and Internationally, our extensive experience includes hotels, retail, restaurants, medical facilities, corporate and speculative office buildings, business and office parks, laboratory facilities, industrial facilities, schools, residential projects and interior design.
David Hauseman began his career at Heery International with a focus on modular building systems. He moved to Murray Associates, Architects in Harrisburg, PA in 1973 to work on a prototype school using building systems for the State of Pennsylvania. In 1979, he left Niles Bolton Associates to found The Hauseman Group.
With over 35 years experience practicing architecture, David Hauseman is responsible for the design and execution of over sixty hotels, office buildings, office park projects, retail developments and government facilities locally, nationwide and internationally.
David played a key role in the planning and organization of city of Alpharetta, GA. In the UK, David has led major roll out programs for hotels, including the Holiday Inn prototype and Hawthorne Suites Europe. Perhaps most notably, David Hauseman was the client team Project Manager for The Four Seasons Hotel, a £90 million project in Dublin Ireland.
David Hauseman has been a guest lecturer at Georgia Institute of Technology, Clemson University, Georgia Institute of Technology and Southern Polytechnic State University. David serves on the Atlanta Building Enclosure Council for the National Building Sciences and is a member of The American Institute of Architects (AIA).