Michael Hensley’s experience includes numerous corporate, commercial and residential projects for a diverse and international client base. In particular, Mr. Hensley has been a member of the design team leadership for several significant headquarters and high-rise office projects including 3001 Turtle Creek Boulevard in Dallas; 1144 Fifteenth Street in Denver; the ExxonMobil Global Campus in Houston; The Atrium in Dubai; and the 1000+ meter Kingdom Tower in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He is currently leading the studio’s research efforts on mass timber for office developments.
As one of Pickard Chilton’s first LEED AP designers, Mr. Hensley led the Pickard Chilton LEED Initiative to educate staff on the LEED accreditation and design process. Additionally, as a WELL AP, Mr. Hensley promotes the advancement of health and well-being in buildings and communities to both clients and colleagues.
Mr. Hensley received a Bachelor of Architecture from the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin where he graduated as a Collegiate Scholar with University Honors. He was a National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar and a recipient of the University of Texas Architecture Travel Scholarship.