Hoefer Wysocki Adds VPs to Dallas Office

The two new hires have combined experience of more than 55 years. Travis Leissner will focus on healthcare and education, while John Ruggieri will contribute his extensive urban design experience.
Interdisciplinary architecture and design firm Hoefer Wysocki hired two new vice presidents for its Dallas office. Travis Leissner, AIA, and John Ruggieri, LEED AP, join the company to expand its education, health-care and urban design projects.
Travis Leissner is a member of The American Institute of Architects and brings more than 25 years of experience to Hoefer’s office. His work concentrates on health care, education and wellness, as well as active-aging environments. Prior to joining Hoefer, Leissner served as regional practice area leader at Gensler, vice president at CannonDesign, as well as a founding partner of Jonathan Bailey Associates. He worked with Cesar Pelli on the design of a $1.4 billion academic teaching hospital in Doha, Qatar, was a co-founder of the Fetal Therapy Think Tank and holds a co-chair at ULI North Texas’ Health, Wellness and Life Sciences Council. He received his bachelor’s degree in environmental design from Texas A&M University in 1989…

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