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Plan... Design... Build


Tom Hoch design has completed hundreds of projects to date.
These samples are a few of our most recently completed projects and one current project.

Castle Pines



Castle Pines Golf Club, Castle Rock, CO










The Patriot Club



The Patriot Club, Owasso, OK





Peter Millar Stores



The Patriot Club, Owasso, OK










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"Great design involves in every detail.....great storytelling....” -Tom Hoch

DESIGN APPROACH-MAKING A DIFFERENCE Revenue Based Design™

Recreational spaces like Golf Clubhouses and other resorts facilities are essentially entertainment venues whose success relies heavily upon the appeal and profitability of their food and beverage and retail merchandise sales. Our attention to detail and passion for great design delivers facilities that typically enjoy revenues far greater than their competitors and often far greater than expected. Profitability is also a byproduct of creative space planning that “right sizes” interior spaces and delivers efficient operational flow. This proprietary Revenue Based Design™ approach is part of every design assignment.
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Our “best in class” hospitality design experience allows each new client to consider cutting edge food and beverage design trends never contemplated. The firms' retail design experience garnered through working with retailers from Disney, Peter Millar, Bass Pro, and other Top 100 retail shop operators provide Tom Hoch’s team with the knowledge and tools to create truly innovative and revenue-generating environments. The firms' commitment to the patron’s total experience from arrival, to outdoor social and recreational zones, to innovative sports training and entertainment technologies, provides each client with a holistic design approach.

At THD we understand that a project budget must be properly balanced and deliberately assigned to allow each client to obtain the biggest “bang for their buck”. The firm has an experienced, resourceful and prudent approach to the design, selection, and specification of materials. The proper design also should speak to the implementation and sequencing of project improvements that avoid operational shutdowns and avoid wasting project funds on temporary facilities.
We have built our operation to maximize quality and efficiency. Under one roof we have designers who concept and plan, engineers who produce technical drawings and a mill shop full of craftsmen who build, finish and install what has been designed. By integrating these services we can control the process, eliminating the communication problems that can derail a project. Our system can control costs, lend greater efficiency and even allow us to be more nimble to address changes as they come. This forward integration of services is a key feature of our ability to deliver projects on time and budget.
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tomhoch@tomhoch.com
125 NE 38th Terrace, Oklahoma City, OK