Humphreys and Partners Architects
|Humphreys & Partners Architects|
|Partners||Mark Humphreys and Greg Faulkner|
|No. of employees||300|
|Significant works and honors|
|Design||Uber Elevate Mega Skyport|
|Awards||1 on Top 95 Multifamily Architecture Firms by Building Design + Construction|
Humphreys & Partners Architects is a Dallas-based architecture firm who has extensive experience in high-rise, mid-rise, student, senior, tax credit, affordable, moderate and luxury communities. Reported in 2017, Humphreys & Partners generated $65,478,872 in multifamily revenue in 2016, and was ranked #1, Top Multifamily Architecture Firms by Building Design + Construction.
Humphreys & Partners Architects was founded in 1991 and established by Mark Humphreys and Greg Faulkner. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, the company since its inception has now 11 offices in the U.S. and studios in the U.K., Mexico City, Uruguay, India and Vietnam. Delivering 43,000 units annually, Humphreys and Partners Architects have designed over $21 billion in student housing units worldwide as of 2017. In 2017, Humphreys and Partners participated in 25% of all student housing projects in the U.S. and delivered over 20,000 student bedrooms.
- The Carlyle, Minneapolis, MN 2009
- The Domain, San Jose, CA 2013
- Hebron 121, Lewisville, Texas 2014-2018
- One Light, Kansas City, MO 2016
- 65 Bay Street, Jersey City, NJ 2017
- LVL 29, Plano, Texas 2019
- Pier 2, Manhattan, NY
- Uber Mega-Skyport, United States of America, Multiple Locations
- Reforma Tower, Mexico City, MX
- "Creating a Lasting Impression". Texas Real Estate Business. September 2005.
- Carlisle, Candace (18 September 2012). "Humphreys & Partners expands civil engineering division". Dallas Business Journal. Retrieved 14 April 2015.
- "U.S. Architecture Firm Expands in Middle East, India". Multi-Housing News. 16 June 2008. Retrieved 14 April 2015.
- "Home-Rise". Builder and Developer. December 2005.
- Sims, Stephanie (1 February 2007). "Making 'The Home Rise': Humphreys and Partners employs an 'economical thought process' when designing multifamily homes to ensure its clients get what they want at an affordable budget". Construction Today.