Dallas-based Jerry Halcomb, Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (FAIA) and National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) member, founded HH Architects in 1971 and served as president and CEO there for 41 years. Retiring from the company earlier this year, Halcomb moved into a consulting role, founding Studio H Consultants where he serves as president. In his new role, Halcomb will continue to work with churches, sharing his experience and expertise, providing pre-design services, helping demystify the design and building process, providing needs assessment, growth planning, and representing the church in the building and expansion process.
In addition to consulting with church leaders, Halcomb continues to speak at national conferences and expositions, blog on church design, and contribute articles on church architectural design, community connection and fellowship.
Executive Pastor Scott Sanford of Cottonwood Creek Baptist Church in Allen, Texas, shared this on working with Halcomb: "Jerry has the ability to relate well with senior pastors, ministerial staff, and lay leadership. All of us who have ever had the privilege of working with him look forward to doing so again. We know that we can always approach him for help, either formally or informally, in a variety of circumstances."