Jason Holuby, FAIA, LEED AP

Executive Vice President & Native American Market Principal

An instrumental leader in our Native American market and a Native American himself, Jason is passionate about working with tribal leaders to support community development through beautiful facilities that offer needed services and celebrate each one’s unique heritage. He brings well-respected problem solving, leadership and consensus-building to every project.

Jason’s deep understanding of Native American cultures and issues allows him to provide innovative solutions, streamline processes and rapidly respond throughout a project’s life cycle. A member of the Muscogee Nation, his professionalism and client relationships have created ongoing, multi-project legacies for FSB with multiple tribes.

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“Architecture is my passion, and my role as principal allows me to be involved from the beginning to the very end. I love everything about the process, especially the opportunity to serve and build relationships with our Native American clients. I love the challenge of working with different tribes and I am honored to assist tribes in achieving their goals.”

OKLAHOMA CITY – When Choctaw Nation Chief Gary Batton was put into office in 2014, his goal was to bring more economic diversity to the Durant-based tribe. He kept the office in the 2015 election. He has overseen the tribe’s expansion of its business ventures with new travel plazas, a Chili’s franchise, additional amenities at its casino resort, and even opening […]

The Groundwork In 2013, Choctaw Nation leadership invited FSB architects and engineers to visit land the tribe had begun developing for use by its leadership, employees, members and cultural tourists. The tribe was considering enlisting FSB’s master planning services to guide future construction at the site. At the time FSB was consulted, two buildings had […]

In August of 2014, a group of nearly 30 people traveled from Oklahoma City to Durant, Oklahoma for a cultural immersion workshop with the Choctaw Nation. The group sampled tribal food, listened to storytellers, participated in dances and learned from members of the tribe about the language, pre- and post-removal history, art, values, clothing and […]

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