Brian is Executive Director of the Indianapolis studio. He is a graduate of Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning. His many accomplishments have lead Hoch to be an industry leader in the telecommunications sector. Brian and his team have completed over 400 facilities in 100's of municipalities within 37 states and 3 countries. He has obtained vast experience in creating solutions to successfully deliver projects on time and within budget. From site feasibility through design, construction documents and comprehensive permit coordination. Brian has gained wide expertise in what it takes to satisfy the unique demands of the diverse telecommunications and mission critical industry. When he slows down he enjoys brewing craft beers, a game or two of poker and a long stroll on beaches in Florida with his wife and two children.


Highlighted Project Experience

  • Franciscan Health – Rensselaer, IN
  • Lutheran Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Center – Fort Wayne, IN
  • St. Joseph Hospital Medical Office Building – Fort Wayne, IN
  • Fort Wayne Riverfront Development - Fort Wayne, IN
  • Skyline Garage - Fort Wayne, IN
  • Comcast Cablevision—Nationwide
  • Cox Communications—Nationwide
  • Charter Communications – Nationwide
  • Wide Open West—Nationwide
  • Time Warner—Nationwide
  • Adelphia—Nationwide
  • US Government Military Installations – Nationwide
  • Wide Open West– Midwest Operations
  • Yankee Stadium Parking Garages – Bronx, NY
  • Harrison Square Parking Garage – Fort Wayne, IN
  • Dupont Hospital Medical Office Building – Fort Wayne, IN
  • Bishop Luers High School – Fort Wayne, IN
  • Franciscan Alliance Health Network – Lafayette, IN
  • North Central Telephone Cooperative – Tennessee
  • PSE&G – New Jersey
  • Covenant Care – Midwest
  • Mercy West Hospital – Cincinnati, OH
  • Northwestern Memorial Hospital – Chicago, IL
  • Rockbridge Broadband Initiative – Lexington, VA


Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch. 1984)
Bachelor of Science, Environmental Design (B.S. 1984)
Ball State University; College of Architecture and Planning
Muncie, Indiana


Sector Manager
Responsibilities include all aspects of development of a national multi-office architectural and engineering practice with emphasis in the healthcare, telecommunications/data center, and specialty precast engineering, and commercial/industrial sectors. Oversight of operations, marketing/promotion, client development, schematic design, financial management, and growth strategies. Project size varies from $500K construction values to over $50,000,000.00 construction values. Coordination of large network telecommunications projects throughout the United States for industry leaders Comcast, Time Warner, Cox Communications, Qwest/CenturyLink, and the U.S. Military as well as other telecommunication facilities throughout the United States, Europe, and Australia. Extensive expertise with complete initial project development, coordination, and deployment.

Professional Membership And Community Service

1989-present – National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
1989-present – American Institute of Architects (AIA)
1993-1995 – Citizens Commission to Review Local Government, City Council Appointee
1993-2005 – City of Fort Wayne Plan Commission, Past President
1993-1997 – Greater Fort Wayne Crime Stoppers, Board of Directors
1994- 2005 – City of Fort Wayne Board of Zoning Appeals, Past President / Chairman
1995-2006 – The Salvation Army Regional Advisory Board, Board Member
1996-2000 – Three Rivers Festival, Board of Directors
2002-present – Bishop Luers High School School Board (Past President)
2009-present – Diocese of Fort Wayne South Bend, Diocesan School Board Member
2009-present – City of Fort Wayne Downtown Design Guideline Taskforce
2010-present – City of Fort Wayne Board of Zoning Appeals
2010-present – Ball State University – Parents Advisory Committee

State Licensure/Certifications

1989-present – National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
1989-present – American Institute of Architects (AIA)