Steven C. Hockstein, AIA, NCARB
Steve was born and raised in New Jersey. His grandfather and father were both building contractors and real estate developers. Steve continues the family tradition in the building industry as an Architect and Building Inspector. After graduating from Rutgers University in 1981, Steve joined his father’s building inspection business and worked full time as a home inspector until 1987 when he returned to school to study Architecture and earned his Masters Degree in 1991 from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. After graduating, he worked for a few different firms to diversify his knowledge in the practice of Architecture. In 1995, he joined Kruger Kruger Albenberg as an employee and in 1998 Jerry and Steve founded Albenberg Hockstein Architects. In 2002, Douglas Miller became a principal in the firm. In addition to his Architecture Licenses in New Jersey and New York, Steve is a Licensed New Jersey Home Inspector and Radon Technician. Steve has also served on the Board of Directors of numerous professional organizations and is a founding member of New Jersey Association of Licensed Professional Home Inspectors (NJALPHI).




Douglas E. Miller, AIA, NCARB
Doug earned his Architecture degree from the New Jersey Institute of Technology in 1995. While in Architecture School, in response to a desire to have a more hands-on knowledge of architecture and building, he successfully started and managed his own painting and construction business. His experiences in working directly in construction helped him to fully understand the inter-relationship between the two practices. With these valuable experiences and skills, Doug joined Kruger Kruger Albenberg Architects. His creativity and dedication, along with his efforts to grow the company led to Doug joining with Jerry and Steve to establish AHM Architects in 2002. Doug frequently attends lectures and symposia to remain updated in current advances in Architecture and Design. In addition to the study of current design trends, Doug is active in historic preservation; he is a member of the Craftsman Farms, and the Victorian Society of America. With his diverse experience and creativity, he strives to push the firm in new directions and explore innovative designs.