Our Leadership

David Hasenzahl

President/CEO

David Hasenzahl serves as President and CEO of HASEN Design Build & Development, Inc.   David has worked in the construction industry for 30 years. Prior to founding HASEN Design Build & Development in 2005, David worked for nationally known companies such as Tellepsen Corporation, Morrison Knudsen, Morley Builders, and Haws & Tingle. He is a graduate of the Leadership Class of Fort Worth and participates in various charities throughout the city. David is a certified Design-Builder, and currently presides on the board of directors of the DBIA-Design Build Institute of America Southwest. He was named to Engineering News Records’ Top 20 under 40.

David graduated with degrees in Business and Psychology from Southern Methodist University, and earned his Master’s Degree, MCM School of Engineering from the University of Southern California. He lives in Fort Worth, Texas where he is a devoted husband and father, as well as a leader in both his work and community.

  • University of Southern California, Masters Degree, MCM Construction Engineering and Management, Los Angeles, California
  • Southern Methodist University, B.A., Dallas, Texas
  • HASEN Construction Services, President/CEO, Fort Worth, Texas, 2005- Present
  • Haws & Tingle, Ltd PM/PE/Superintendent, Fort Worth, Texas, 1997 – 1999, 2000 – 2005
  • Morley Builders, Project Engineer, Los Angeles, California, 1999 – 2000
  • Morrison Knudson, Project Scheduler, Detroit, Michigan 1996 – 1997
    Tellepsen Corporation, Houston, Texas
  • Camp Wisdom Retail, Grand Prairie, Texas; 13,800sf
  • Landmark Fabrication Facility, Decatur, Texas; 70,000sf Water Tower Fabrication Facility $4.2 million.
  • Hampton Square Retail Center, Dallas, Texas; 15,000sf
  • Kleberg Rylie Recreation Center, Dallas, Texas; Structural Remediation
    Grand Prairie Fire Station #4, Grand Prairie, Texas; Sleeping Quarters Addition
  • Williamson-Dickie Service Center Expansion, Fort Worth, Texas; 152,678sf design build distribution facility; $7,000,000
  • Ashbel Smith West Parking Garage Addition, The University of Texas System, Austin, Texas; $747,000
  • GATX Logistics, Catellus Development Corp., Grand Prairie, Texas; (3) building, 1,200,000sf design build regional headquarters and distribution campus; $23,695,563
  • Building 51, Wing “E” Addition, Cedar Park Campus, Texas Department of Transportation, Austin, Texas; 45,000sf office/laboratory building addition; $1,997,000
  • Center Park at Tech Ridge/Bridge, Austin, Texas; $1,289,101
    General Motors Manufacturing Plant, Arlington, Texas; 800,000sf robotics driven Body Shop for the Truck Conversion Project ; $76,197,456
    General Motors Assembly Plant Truck Conversion, GMT 800 Program Detroit, MI; $2,000,000,000
  • North East Methodist Hospital, San Antonio, TX; $3,000,000
    Doheny Library Restoration and Renovation, University of Southern California, Los Angeles,California; Seismic Retrofit to a 1931 Northern Italian Romanesque Style Building Eligible For the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Perkins Chapel Restoration and Renovation, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas; $2,374,315
  • Fondren Library, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas; $2,205,323
  • Leadership Arlington
  • Leadership Fort Worth
  • Leaderkids Fort Worth
  • HASEN Construction Services, President/CEO, Fort Worth, Texas, 2005- Present
  • Haws & Tingle, Ltd PM/PE/Superintendent, Fort Worth, Texas, 1997 – 1999, 2000 – 2005
  • Morley Builders, Project Engineer, Los Angeles, California, 1999 – 2000
  • Morrison Knudson, Project Scheduler, Detroit, Michigan 1996 – 1997
  • Tellepsen Corporation, Houston, Texas