Dan Holt

Meet Dan Holt, one of our Partners and Senior Project Architect. Born in the Chicago Suburbs and educated at Kansas State University, Dan never expected to be a Texan when growing up. After meeting his wife Kim and helping grow G|P, he’s here to stay! Recently blessed with a second child, nights and weekends have become busy spending time with family. Dan’s wife is also in education (a Dyslexia Therapist for Allen ISD), so working in schools was only a natural fit for him and his family. Seeing the direct impact of the hard work put into each and every school being, Dan has an added passion for helping create the best educational spaces that directly influence how his family teaches and learns.

Dan Holt
"Being on top of a mountain is how I reset. There’s something about being up 10,000 feet and looking down."

When he’s not working on the built environment, he tries to be in the environment. Whether it’s an annual ski trip, golf trip, or road trip, he’ll take any opportunity to see the country. One thing on Dan’s bucket list is to play as many top-100 public golf courses in the country. He’s currently behind…

During Dan’s time at Glenn|Partners, Dan has been responsible for developing our firm’s Revit standards in addition to leading projects for Carroll ISD and Northwest ISD including major expansions at Byron Nelson High School. Dan also has completed projects at Holy Trinity Seminary and St Philip | St Augustine Catholic Academy.

To learn even more about Dan, check out the following fun facts!

Favorite Food

Chicago Deep Dish Pizza

Favorite Movie


Favorite Music

Counting Crows

Most Exotic Place Visited

Greek Islands

Happy Place

On a Mountain

Favorite Hobby


Favorite Architect


Favorite Building

St. Peter’s

What Inspires You

The idea that what I do in the profession has a direct affect on how people learn and teach.

Fun Fact

I once threw a no-hitter in High School.

First Moment when you realized you wanted to be an Architect

It was always instinctive. I can’t pinpoint an exact moment, but Architecture was always going to be my career path.

Favorite Quote or Saying

Gold Jacket, Green Jacket, Who gives a shit.