Huntsman Promotes David Link to Principal

Huntsman Architectural Group has named David Link, IIDA CID as a new principal in the firm, announced Daniel Huntsman, President and Managing Principal.  “Expanding the principal level to include David represents an important event in our firm’s growth, as well as deserved recognition of his contributions and expertise,” says Huntsman. “David exhibits many of the traits, skills, and talents that the firm seeks in the continual enrichment of its organizational and management structure.”

David joined Huntsman Architectural Group in 2005 as a Senior Project Manager.  He has nearly thirty years of experience in the design and management of commercial interior projects for Fortune 100 companies.  David’s focus has been on assisting corporate clients who are implementing strategic growth plans in their real estate and helping them understand the impact of design and construction in meeting business and operational goals.

The success of this strategy led to a six-year assignment where David served as Manager of Corporate Design and Construction for PeopleSoft, Inc.  While there, he was responsible for managing design and construction for more than 1,500,000 square feet of new office space in six buildings on the Pleasanton campus.  Since joining Huntsman, David has overseen base building upgrades and tenant improvements at 555 California Street as part of an on-call contract with Vornado as well as at 555 and 575 Market Street for Manulife Financial and  CBRE.  He has also managed the planning, design, and build-out of offices for the National Park Service, Lewis PR, Camelbak, and Louis Vuitton North America.  David’s corporate office portfolio also includes recent law office projects for Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, Jones Day, and Keker & Van Nest.

Founded in 1981, Huntsman Architectural Group is an award-winning 80-person architecture, interior design, and consulting firm with offices in New York and San Francisco. The firm’s recent work includes an office expansion for the County of San Mateo, new headquarters for TRX Training, and on-call architectural services for the California Department of General Services. For more information, please visit

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