DALLAS – JULY 27, 2001 – Doug Demers, Managing Principal of Perkins
& Will’s new Dallas office, announced today that Wayne Cage, AIA has
been named Principal and Director of Interiors.
Cage is responsible for leadership in the design of interior environments for
clients in higher education, corporate and commercial markets, including corporate
headquarters and offices, professional services companies, investment office
buildings, hotels and conference centers and major mixed-use developments as
well as university and college facilities. He joins Demers in leading the firm’s
vast experience in Texas and with major global corporations is a tremendous
asset to our firm,” Demers said. “His professional knowledge and industry
reputation is unparalleled.”
Cage brings more than 30 years of experience in design and planning in Texas
to Perkins & Will. Previously he served as Vice President and Director of
Commercial Interiors for HKS, Inc. in Dallas, and as Senior Vice President for
Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum, Inc. (HOK).
Cage has been involved in projects for such notable clients as ExxonMobil, Citicorp,
Mesa, Aetna, MCI, Nortel, Motorola, AT&T, Blockbuster, SMU’s Bridwell
Library, IBM, and Jones Day.
Cage is a graduate of Texas Tech University and a member of the American Institute
of Architects (AIA) and the Texas Society of Architects (TSA). His team received
the Obata Prize, the HOK Design Project of the Year, for the Exxon Corporation
Headquarters in 1997. Wayne was also a recipient of the IBD Top Ten Design Award
from Interior Design magazine in 1991.
ABOUT PERKINS & WILL
Founded in 1935, Perkins & Will has established a distinguished heritage
of exceptional service and design excellence. Regional offices are located in
Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte/RTP, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis,
New York and Paris with total personnel numbering more than 600.
Perkins & Will has completed projects in 49 states and 37 foreign countries
providing strategic planning, portfolio planning, interior design and planning
and full architectural services. Strategic Facility Planning and Integrated
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