At-Large Position 2
Council Member David Robinson
David W. Robinson is currently serving 2.3 million citizens of the City of Houston in his second term as City Council Member for the At-Large 2. David was appointed chair of the Transportation, Technology & Infrastructure (TTI) Committee of the Houston City Council in the spring of 2018. He served as vice chair of the Quality of Life (QOL) Committee under Mayors Parker and Turner since taking office in 2014. He is also vice chair of the Regulation and Neighborhood Committee since 2016 under Mayor Turner. Since 2014, David serves on the Houston First Corporation Board as co-chair of the Joint Tourism Committee. He was appointed by Mayor Sylvester Turner to represent Houston Galveston Area Council (HGAC) Transportation Policy Council and currently serves that 8-county regional authority as officer and second vice chair.
Early in his architectural career, David worked on the design of the U.S. Embassy in Amman, Jordan. He later contributed to the master plan for the campus of Houston’s Texas Children’s Hospital. Since then he has worked on various healthcare projects in the Texas Medical Center (TML), around Texas and beyond. In 1999, he started his own company as a sole practitioner with a broad, diverse portfolio that presents work completed on health care facilities, commercial businesses, individual residential projects and other related commissions. As a small business owner, David maintains a list of projects mostly located in the Houston area and has taught a graduate-level course for Texas Tech University in their Houston Practicum called "Infrastructure in the Urban Environment”, and currently serves on Rice Architecture’s William Ward Watkins Council. More ...