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Eric Dinges named CEO of PBK

Eric Dinges named CEO of PBK

Executive Chairman Dan Boggio to remain on the PBK Board of Directors.

By PBK | April 11, 2024
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PBK ranks #1 in K-12 school design in the U.S.

PBK, a nationally recognized architectural planning and design firm headquartered in Houston, has named Eric Dinges to serve as its new Chief Executive Officer. PBK ranks #1 in Building Design+Construction's Giants 400 K-12 School Architecture Firms, with $174 million in school design revenues for 2022. Total revenues for 2022 were $211 million.

"Dinges's illustrious career with top global architectural and engineering firms showcases exceptional expertise, leadership, and organizational prowess, poised to elevate PBK's operations in a way that perpetuates the firm's 40-year legacy of unparalleled customer service," said Dan Boggio, Executive Chairman.

Boggio, PBK's Founder and Executive Chairman, will continue to serve on the firm’s Board of Directors and remains in an advisory role.

"This pivotal moment for PBK underscores our unwavering commitment to our clients," remarked Boggio. "Eric's blend of energy, vision, and operational expertise will enhance our ability to serve clients effectively and assist clients in fulfilling their missions."


Dinges brings over 25 years of experience in the architecture and engineering industry.  He has served in various senior leadership roles at firms, most recently at AECOM as Senior Vice President and Regional Business Line Leader.  While there, he led the East Region for the Buildings + Places practice which consisted of multiple markets and practices, including architecture, engineering, urban design, asset advisory, and technology solutions among others.

He has extensive experience in leading diverse teams on domestic and international projects across the education, healthcare, sports, municipal, corporate, commercial, and hospitality sectors. He serves as a Board Trustee at the National Building Museum.

"I'm honored and excited to take on this role at PBK and uphold its legacy of customer service and tradition of industry-leading excellence," said Dinges. "It's an absolute privilege, as we at PBK strive to improve the built environment and provide solutions to our clients that shape the world’s future."


Since 1981, PBK has served as an award-winning pioneer for architectural and engineering design solutions for clients in education, sports, civic and healthcare. With more than 900 professionals across 27 offices, the firm embraces a unique business culture that prioritizes customer service and approaches each project without preconceived notions to deliver custom solutions that effectively address the unique needs of each client. For more information: pbk.com.

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