Dan Boggio, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Executive Chairman

Dan Boggio is the Founder and Executive Chairman of PBK. Dan started the firm with a vision of advancing innovative design solutions for educational facilities delivered with a strong commitment to excellence in client service. Under his leadership, PBK has developed into one of the largest and most prolific multi-discipline planning and design firms in the United States.

As Executive Chairman, Dan is focused on the firm’s strategic planning, quality initiatives, business performance, acquisitions and continued growth. He leads and inspires PBK employees to embrace the firm’s culture of “obsessive client service”, high integrity and world-class design. Under Dan’s leadership, the firm has received more than 450 awards for excellence in the field of educational architecture. PBK was recently ranked the #1 education design firm by Engineering News-Record (ENR), the nation’s largest K-12 architecture firm by BD+C, and the largest architecture firm by Houston Business Journal.

Dan is a licensed architect in numerous states and is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB) and is LEED-certified by the U.S. Green Building Council. He is a Past President of the Southern Region of the Council of Education Facility Planners, International (formerly CEFPI, now A4LE). He is also the recipient of the Planner of the Year Award from this organization as well as a former International Board Member. He is a Founding Member of America’s Schoolhouse Council, a national “think tank” organization of entrepreneurs dedicated to excellence in planning and designing our nation’s schools.  

Dan is an active member of the Houston community and is engaged in many local and national charitable organizations. He currently serves on the Board of Governors and is a member of the Executive Committee of the Katy Area Economic Development Council (KAEDC). Dan is also a member of the Board of Advisors of Interfaith Ministries of Greater Houston. He is the recipient of the George B. Carlisle Distinguished Service Award, the Children’s Assessment Center Humanitarian Award, the Interfaith Ministries Humanitarian Award and the Helenka Pantaleone Humanitarian Award from UNICEF, along with many other honors and awards he has received for his dedication to community service.

Dan Boggio is the Founder and Executive Chairman of PBK. Dan started the firm with a vision of advancing innovative design solutions for educational facilities delivered with a strong commitment to excellence in client service. Under his leadership, PBK has developed into one of the largest and most prolific multi-discipline planning and design firms in the United States.

As Executive Chairman, Dan is focused on the firm’s strategic planning, quality initiatives, business performance, acquisitions and continued growth. He leads and inspires PBK employees to embrace the firm’s culture of “obsessive client service”, high integrity and world-class design. Under Dan’s leadership, the firm has received more than 450 awards for excellence in the field of educational architecture. PBK was recently ranked the #1 education design firm by Engineering News-Record (ENR), the nation's largest K-12 architecture firm by BD+C, and the largest architecture firm by Houston Business Journal.

Dan is a licensed architect in numerous states and is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB) and is LEED-certified by the U.S. Green Building Council. He is a Past President of the Southern Region of the Council of Education Facility Planners, International (formerly CEFPI, now A4LE). He is also the recipient of the Planner of the Year Award from this organization as well as a former International Board Member. He is a Founding Member of America’s Schoolhouse Council, a national “think tank” organization of entrepreneurs dedicated to excellence in planning and designing our nation’s schools.  

Dan is an active member of the Houston community and is engaged in many local and national charitable organizations. He currently serves on the Board of Governors and is a member of the Executive Committee of the Katy Area Economic Development Council (KAEDC). Dan is also a member of the Board of Advisors of Interfaith Ministries of Greater Houston. He is the recipient of the George B. Carlisle Distinguished Service Award, the Children’s Assessment Center Humanitarian Award, the Interfaith Ministries Humanitarian Award and the Helenka Pantaleone Humanitarian Award from UNICEF, along with many other honors and awards he has received for his dedication to community service.

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