Chiram was the architect of the first Beis HaMikdash (Melachim Aleph 5-7), but he is also named as the builder of the City of David (Shmuel Beis 5:11) and Shlomo's palace (Melachim Aleph 9). As a son of a coppersmith and a descendant of Oholiav Ben Achisamach, the co-constructor of the Mishkan, through his mother, the Gemara uses him as a model that one should follow in his parents' footsteps in respect to career (Erchin 16b). In Hebrew his name is spelled חירם (Chiram), and sometimes חירום (Chirome).
Edit: I neglected to mention. He wasn't all that good; ultimately he declared himself to be a god. It was due to him and Nevuchadnezzar practicing self-deification that Hashem decreed death on the world (Bereishis Rabbah 9:5).