SFS Architecture

Marsha Hoffman

Marsha Hoffman

Principal

“I love the collaborative nature of architecture to achieve greater results,” says SFS Principal-in-Charge Marsha Hoffman. Throughout her 30+ years in the architecture industry, Marsha has combined her enthusiasm for consensus building and problem solving as a team leader on complex, high-profile projects. A self-professed critic who notices “everything” when entering a building, she brings this discerning eye to project management, ensuring that each design succeeds functionally, aesthetically and financially. Marsha is passionate about architectural sustainability in her capacity as a LEED accredited professional; growing up in and around the beautiful Kansas Flint Hills began her lifelong appreciation for preserving natural environments. A longtime area resident, she has been recognized for her contributions to the design community by Women in Design, Kansas City.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Kansas State University, 1984

Recent Projects

KCMO Detention Center Planning Study Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception East Campus Planning Study

Johnson County Courthouse Planning Study
Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center
KCMO Municipal Courthouse Renovation
Johnson County On-call Architectural Services
GSA Region VI Relocation to 2 Pershing Square
GSA Region VI Workplace Studies
GSA Region VI IDIQ Contracts - Courts
St. Michael the Archangel Catholic High School
Gangwish Library and Gibson Student Center
Reynolds Journalism Institute
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
L.H. Bluford Branch Library
Christopher S. Bond U.S. Courthouse
First Federal Bank State Line Branch Renovation
St. Joseph Catholic Church (Topeka)
St. Joseph Catholic Church (Shawnee)
St. James Catholic Parish Master Plan
St. Peter’s Catholic Church and School

Community Involvement

American Institute of Architects - Kansas City; Past President
Women in Design Women Principals Group Founding Member
AIA Missouri Past Board Member
Kansas State University College of Architecture Planning and Design Dean’s Advisory Council
Big Brothers Big Sisters Kauffman Scholar Mentor