Bryan K. Trubey

Class Year
1983
Award Year
2008
Degree
BED
Profession
architect
Biography
Bryan Trubey, FAIA ’83 (BED), a shareholder and design principal with HKS, has focused his career on sports and entertainment architecture. Trubey has designed three National Football League stadiums: the new Minnesota Multipurpose Stadium, future home of the Minnesota Vikings, AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys and Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts. Bryan has been named one of the “20 Most Influential People in Sports Facility Design, Architecture and Development” by Sports Business Journal. Trubey has been recognized for his stellar performance working with such clients as the Minnesota Vikings, Dallas Cowboys, Los Angeles Dodgers, Indianapolis Colts, Atlanta Braves, Milwaukee Brewers, Chicago White Sox, Texas Rangers, Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars. Other facilities on Trubey’s resume include Lone Star Park, American Airlines Center, US Cellular Field renovations, Texas Christian University Daniel-Meyer Coliseum Redevelopment and MLS Toyota Stadium in Frisco. His international projects include Copenhagen Arena, Liverpool FC Stadium, El Territorio Santos Modelo, 2014 FIFA World Cup venues in Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia, Brazil. As the firm’s principal with 34 years’ experience, he actively participates in all phases of the architectural design process, including programming. His primary role occurs in the initial planning stages where he is responsible for setting the design concept and then maintaining design continuity throughout project development. His most notable projects are regarded as the first to effectively integrate the sports environment with entertainment, creating timely, memorable mixed-use destinations. He is a Fellow member of the American Institute of Architects (FAIA), the Texas Society of Architects and the Dallas chapter of the AIA.
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