Miller Hull

Jim Hanford

AIA, Principal

Seattle Studio

Jim serves as Miller Hull’s energy-efficient advisor on all projects. He works as an integral part of the various design teams in the office to develop project goals related to energy-efficiency, design ideas, and design methodologies. He is also responsible for tracking the energy performance of Miller Hull’s projects — both in design and after occupancy. Jim brings attention to detail, excellent organizational skills, technical sophistication, and an ability to work collaboratively with the client and other design team members. He is responsible for collecting the data and reporting to the AIA as part of our participating in the 2030 commitment. He is also leading our post-occupancy evaluation efforts.

Lectures & Juries

Related Projects

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  • Natural and Environmental Science Testing and Teaching Center (NESTT), Eastern Washington University
  • Renton Library
  • STREAM Building, Seattle Academy of Arts & Sciences
  • U.S. Embassy, Niamey, Niger