K–12 Architecture and Design Firm Appoints New CEO

Texas-based architectural planning and design firm PBK recently announced that it has found a new CEO in Eric Dinges, according to a news release. PBK Founder and Executive Chairman Dan Boggio will remain with the firm in an advisory role and continue to serve on its board of directors.

“Mr. Dinges’ 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 Boggio. “This pivotal moment for PBK underscores our unwavering commitment to our clients. Eric's blend of energy, vision, and operational expertise will propel our company forward, enhancing our ability to serve clients effectively. I look forward to collaborating with him to uphold PBK's dedication to assisting clients in fulfilling their missions.”

Dinges has 25 years of industry experience and most recently served as the Senior Vice President and Regional Business Line Leader at AECOM. He has industry experience in sectors like education, healthcare, sports, corporate, and more. He also serves as a Board Trustee for 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 to collaborate with Dan and the team at PBK, as we strive to improve the built environment and provide solutions to our clients that shape the world’s future.”

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