Mojy Haddad

Mojy Haddad, is the President and founder of CHS Architects, Inc since it was founded in 1984. He is a registered Architect in Texas, Hawaii, Florida, California, New York and many other states. In addition to his local and national design experience, Mr. Haddad has designed projects in Japan, Australia, Europe, Mexico and Canada. 

He graduated from The University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, Master’s Degree in Architecture and Master’s Degree in City and Regional Planning.  Mr. Haddad has lived in Arlington since 1974 and is very active in the community and civic functions.

As the principal of a medium size firm, he has managed projects ranging from mid rise office buildings to shopping centers, financial institutions, mixed use developments and hospitality projects to schools, religious, and municipal buildings.  Mr. Haddad started his professional career with Trammel Crow’s Design and Development Division in 1976.

In addition to his memberships in professional associations such as AIA (American Institute of Architects), Board Certification from National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB) and ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centers), Mr. Haddad’s partial list of current civic involvements, Board appointments and accomplishments include:

Member of the Super Bowl Host Committee Board of Directors  •  Chairman- Arlington Chamber Foundation  •  Immediate past Chairman, Arlington Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors  • President - Arlington Sports Authority-Appointed by the Mayor  •  Past Chairman - Planning & Zoning Commission, Arlington, Texas, Served seven years, appointed by the Mayor and Council   •  Executive Board Member - Arlington Chamber of Commerce   •  Advisory Board Member - UT Arlington School of Architecture  •  Board Member - UT Arlington Development Board  •  Distinguished Alumni of the year, 2006, UT-Arlington, School of Architecture  •  Community Service Award Recipient, Young Men of Arlington (YMA)  •  Recipient of Several AIA awards  •  Recipient of “Mayor’s Award for excellence in Design”, Arlington, Texas  •  Recipient of “Best Preservation/Adaptive Re-Use”, Downtown Fort Worth, Texas  •  Board of Directors. Margarita Society of Arlington (Children’s Toys, Inc.)  •  Arlington Rotary Club (Downtown) - Paul Harris Fellow.