New Television Studio
Fort Worth, Texas
The 75,000 square foot building combines two NBC 5 Studios facilities. The vast new newsroom has 108 workstations, each equipped with three computer monitors where writers, editors and producers for NBC 5 and KXTX/Telemundo 39, which broadcasts in Spanish, will gather the news daily. Adjoining the newsroom is a 1,000 square foot Media Operations Center where news staffers will control and see images from more than 500 sources on monitors. NBC 5 and Telemundo each have 2,600 square foot sets across a hallway from each other. From the lobby, visitors can look beyond two sets of glass doors directly into the newsroom, the core of the facility.
New Television Studio
Fort Worth, Texas
The technologically advanced facility is specifically designed to provide the resources for journalists to collect, interpret and report the news and information most relevant to North Texans 24-hours each day on multiple distribution platforms.
The 75,000-square-foot building combines two NBC 5 facilities to the 8.1 acre site in Fort Worth.
The vast new newsroom has 108 workstations, each equipped with three computer monitors, where writers, editors and producers for NBC 5 and KXTX/Telemundo 39, which broadcasts in Spanish, will gather the news daily.
Adjoining the newsroom is a 1,000-square-foot Media Operations Center where news staffers will control and see images from more than 500 sources on monitors.
From the lobby, visitors can look beyond two sets of glass doors directly into the newsroom, the core of the facility.
NBC 5 and Telemundo each have 2,600-square-foot sets across a hallway from each other. The technology includes touch-screen monitors and LED lighting, among other things. NBC 5’s studio has four weather areas where meteorologists can work at one time.
Sales and marketing are also in the building, including one of four national sales offices for NBC Universal Syndication Group and ArtWorks, a 24/7, 30-employee operation that provides graphics to NBC Universal-owned stations nationwide.
New U.S. Headquarters
Kubota’s new corporate headquarters campus is a 25-acre project in Grapevine, Texas. The project consists of a three-story, 125,000 square-foot office building, a two-story, 68,000 square-foot research and development facility, and a three-story, 106,000 square-foot parking garage. The campus will house more than 400 workers, and the location provides the opportunity for further expansion.
New North American Headquarters
The plans for the 100-acre, $350 million Toyota corporate campus include a data center, a massive eight-building office complex with a grand entrance off Headquarters Drive, and four technology buildings to the west of the campus.
In order to meet Toyota's minority participation requirements for tax incentives by the state, the project was divided between two firms. As the local minority partner, AG&E Structural Engenuity is providing structural design on the 7,200 space parking garage, the technology buildings, and the central utility plant. The second firm is designing the remaining office buildings. This entire campus is being designed and constructed to meet LEED Platinum certification.
New Residential Apartments
Located in the heart of Victory Park in downtown Dallas, The Ascent will offer a luxurious high-rise residential lifestyle. The 22-story, 300-unit project features exceptional amenities including an infinity edge pool, semi-private cabanas, fire-pit, multiple resident lounges, and a business/conference center. The rooftop offers a state-of-the-art 24-hour fitness studio and outdoor patio area providing premium views of the Dallas skyline and the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. The development includes approximately 3,500 square feet of retail space on the ground floor including restaurant space just off the American Airlines Center.
New Parkland Hospital
AG&E Structural Engenuity is the prime structural engineer for the new $740 million Parkland hospital. Design began in 2009 encompassing a 1.7 million square foot, 17 story main hospital building with 862 patient rooms.
The hospital is designed to be visitor and staff-friendly with clear pathways, multi-level parking, private patient rooms, and a wellness park accessible through the hospital. Some of the signature structural features of the building were selected by specific programming needs of the hospital. The hospital and the attached Women & Infants Specialty Health incorporate evidence-based design. This project is designed to meet LEED Silver Certification.
Plano Independent School District
Our firm completed design of on the Tom Kimbrough Stadium for Plano Independent School District. The 64,615 square feet stadium is used for college lacross, football and soccer games. It is named for former Plano football coach Tom Kimbrough. The $20 million stadium is a state-of-the-art facility with 9,800 seats, 8-lane track, press box, locker rooms, concessions, synthetic turf, and other ancillary functions.
Park 4200 is a six story apartment project built over a three story parking garage. Located in Dallas, Park 4200 has over 99,000 square feet of interior floor space. The parking stories are built of reinforced concrete.
New Data Center
This project is a 670,000 square-foot data center in Carrollton, Texas for Cyrus One. It is one of the largest facilities in the state and one of the most energy-efficient in the United States. The modular scale is large enough to hold four football fields or 15 space shuttles. The data center campus at full build will deliver 400,000 square feet of raised-floor data center space and approximately 60,000 square feet of Class A office space. It is designed to meet LEED Silver certification.
Dallas Independent School District
Dallas ISD’s Kathlyn Joy Gilliam Collegiate Academy is an early college high school specifically tailored to prepare primarily first generation college students for academic success in college and beyond.
Along with SHW Group, our firm designed the 110,000 SF facility as a series of academic and social spaces centered around a common area, giving the facility the feel of a multiple-building campus, similar to a college, while keeping the students in a secure environment.
Instead of traditional “home rooms,” faculty offices are located in a “perch,” which is a large, cubic space suspended on the second floor from which faculty can view the various academic spaces.
The facility provides varied academic and social experiences for 9th-10th and 11th-12th grade students. Higher grade levels are housed on the first floor, allowing for more freedom and unstructured time. The lower grade levels are on the second floor, providing a more structured, controlled environment and a more formal learning environment and closer proximity to teachers. Multiple spaces for informal learning are incorporated throughout the building to assert the importance of planning unstructured time.
New Building and Garage
This project entailed the construction of an administration complex containing the President and Vice President’s office, board room/conference room, academic affairs, student development, academics with computer labs, student lounge and bookstore, administrative offices, and the Foundation and Public Relations Offices. The project also included a five story, 361 car parking structure. The garage is a precast prestressed concrete structure with a cast-in-place concrete foundation. The project was completed in 2010 with a total construction cost of $23.5 million.
New Parking Garage
This project included a 4 level, 122,080 square foot parking garage, a 63,500 square foot library, and a 26,000 square foot addition to existing building, as well as site amenities including a clock tower and a 350 car parking lot.
This project was born from a comprehensive city wide needs assessment study developed by Brinkley Sargent Architects. Proposed priority projects included the need to address the deficiencies in the crowded existing City Hall which housed City Administration as well as Police.The redevelopment plan for the City of Mesquite included developing a new Municipal Campus in two phases with Police completed first followed by a new City Hall and Court Building. The buildings were master planned in campus setting adjacent to one another with park elements surrounding the building.
The new Police Headquarters houses police administration, crime lab, evidence processing and storage, holding, records, homeland security, emergency operations center, communications, and an exercise facility. The buildings are designed to meet LEED Silver Certification. Phase Two Mesquite City Hall is currently under construction.
Welcome to the modern American High School, Texas style. Prosper High School is a $113.5 million, 590,000-square-foot behemoth, complete with a medical tech lab, a restaurant-worthy kitchen, a greenhouse, a broadcast studio and, of course, an indoor football practice facility. All this in a still-sleepy town of just 7,000 people. Working under tight deadlines our team completed a new high school, indoor practice facility, natatorium and new sports arena. This is the largest project to date for Prosper Independent School District.
Construction Completion: 2009
Total Construction: $113.5 Million
Designed by top architecture firm Corgan Associates, the new Fossil headquarters building in Richardson, Texas is an energetic place for the fashion giant to call home. Rising out of the shell of the former Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas headquarters, the Fossil HQ measures in at some 535,000 square-feet. In keeping with the brand identity of the company, the ‘vintage modern’ styling of the space comes out in the use of materials like cement, exposed steel, reclaimed wood and exposed brick.
The Grand Prairie Public Safety Facility combines Fire Administration, Police Services, & Detention all in a single 149,000 SF state-of-the-art building. The building serves as an anchor to the larger Grand Prairie Central Park, designed along side Brinkley Sargent Architects, serves as an icon for both the park and the city along the new Hwy 161 Corridor. This project has acheived LEED Silver Certification, upholding the city’s commitment to sustainable design for all new facilities.
The 96,000 square foot Orthopedic and Spine inpatient surgical hospital consists of 64 private rooms, 4 ICUs, 8 ORs, 9 PreOps, 15 PACUs, Radiology; equipped with a Central Plant and 1000KW EPS. The full-service specialty hospital is outfitted with a full kitchen with cafeteria, coffee bar, terrazzo flooring, two-story lobby with full glass curtain-wall, stone and metal panels.
Construction Cost: $16 Million
Status: Completion 2012
THE DESIGN CONCEPT
This science building included laboratories for education and research for the Physics Department, Life Sciences Department and Chemistry Department. Departmental Offices and faculty offices for the three departments were included along with offices for student service programs and a planetarium director. The building included three lecture halls, computer services lab, student lounge and café. A one hundred seat planetarium with auxiliary spaces is the main focal point in the building.
New Stadium and Natatorium
The stadium is centered in the heart of the District and features a split, two-level Press Box and a spacious, mid-level concourse that provides a means of entrance and egress from any of the four flanking ticket booths. The spectator grandstands for both Home and Visitors are designed with a slight skew on both ends that give the facility a "bowl effect" for maximum viewing angles for each fan. Additionally, the grandstand seating structure is constructed with three different, yet slight, rise dimensions, again giving each spectator a closer, more intimate seat for viewing.The playing field is situated in a North/South direction slightly angled to the west to take advantage of the prevailing winds and sun angles for participants and is surfaced with the latest, state-of-the-art artificial turf with fully inlaid yard lines and markings. The grounds are modestly landscaped and controlled by a series of ornamental and chain link fences. The office complex is approximately 10,000 square feet and also accommodates a large Community Center that is utilized by the entire district for specialized functions. Both Home and Visitor sides have the use of two full-sized locker rooms that can be subdivided for large soccer tournaments as well as football events and have accommodating showers and dressing areas. Coaches and referees also enjoy separate offices located nearby and a central athletic training facility will also be in close proximity to the locker areas for full-district use. The stadium's split two-level press box is a comfortably-sized 6,000 square foot arrangement that houses a multi-use Community Center, offices, restrooms and full coaching and communication booths for game time events.
The stadium is anchored by the highest of ‘high-tech' scoreboard/message centers in the state of Texas. Modestly referred to as the Jumbotron, it stands over 40-feet tall with a 15-by-20-feet message center viewing screen that enables teams to show school spirit animations, local cable feeds and instant replay. The District partnered with a Methodist Hospital in a venture that included portions of the cost and advertising associated with the Jumbotron. The relationship is evident each time patrons arrive at the stadium as it is aptly named for this joint venture.
Total Construction: $20 Million
Jesse Owens Memorial Complex is a multi-sport complex that was built in 2005 for use by DISD middle and high schools. With a seating capacity of 12,000 at the stadium and 7,500 at the field house, these two facilities are among the largest of their kind in the area and routinely host playoffs for a number of different sports. Each of the modern facilities contains a video board for scoring and replays and areas for concession, John Kincaide Stadium has a 2 level press box with a large open area and several rooms. Ellis Davis Field House contains multiple locker rooms and a meeting room that can seat 90 people. This complex primarily hosts football, basketball, soccer, track and field, and volleyball events, but is capable to host several other sports as well as other activities including concerts.
Relocation and Expansion
Our firm provided structural engineering design on the 59,000-square-foot facility allowing the hospital to expand from 20 beds to 50. The facility features the latest in rehabilitative technology, a therapy pool and specialized programs for patients with complex physical and cognitive needs in more than 6,000 square feet subdivided into three gyms. This facility is located in a popular Triangle district of Austin between North Lamar and West Guadalupe Street. The area is bustling with retail, restaurants and multi-family.
Construction Cost: $16 Million
Status: Completed 2012
Office Building Expansion
Farmers Branch, Texas
Semiconductor manufacturer Maxim Integrated Products invested more than $22 million to build a research and development facility in Farmers Branch. They expanded their campus with addition of a three-story, 139,000 square foot, ground-up tilt wall office space. The project also includes butt-glazed curtain-wall entrances at both east and west, an open office area with space for more than 500 workstations and two-story atrium lobbies. The project is seeking LEED Silver certification.
AG&E provided structural engineering design for Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital of Arlington (BOSHA), a free-standing hospital joint venture between Baylor Healthcare System, USPI and Arlington Orthopedic Associates. It consists of 55,000 square feet of surgical specialties in orthopedics, spine, sports medicine and pain management. The original facility is designed for 6 OR’s and 24 private patient rooms, but can be easily expanded to 8 OR’s and 40 private patient rooms in the future. A full service diagnostic department includes MRI, CT scan and X-Ray/R&F modalities to support the facility.
Construction Cost: $14 Million
Status: Completed 2010
The College of Business at Texas A&M University Corpus Christi integrates carefully into the campus providing a unique identity for the business school. The project includes classrooms, computer labs, executive education, business incubators and faculty and administrative offices. The building’s curved eastern façade embraces the adjacent Lee Plaza and enhances this existing amenity by providing definition to the space. In addition, the primary entry space for the project has been placed on axis with Lee Plaza.
Entries on each side of this space reinforce the geometry of the plaza and create the opportunity to extend its axis through the heart of the new building and out to future Campus development to the west. Because the campus is located on Texas’ Gulf coast, the threat of hurricanes is prevalent. Building orientation and selection of materials that are resistant to both wind and salt are also important design considerations.
Construction Total: $19 Million
First-class asset developed and maintained to the highest standards, this Class A building offers flexible floor plans, high-end finishes, excellent visibility in Dallas North Tollway, meticulous landscaping and an above average parking ratio of 4.53:1,000. Designed by Corgan Architects and developed by Duke Realty, Duke Bridges III consists of cast-in-place concrete/drilled piers, painted concrete panel walls fastened to building steel frame, glass storefront doors with stainless steel hardware, ceiling heights ranging from 9'5" on the third floor to 10' on the first floor, and curtain wall system and aluminum storefront windows
The project consisted of a new 50,000-square-foot administrative office and in-house training facility in Fort Worth, Texas. Galderma’s new facility is located on 4.61 acres adjacent to its US headquarter facility at 14501 North Freeway. The two-story, built-to-suit office building houses up to 100 additional employees. Construction completed in 2009. Galderma products treat major skin conditions such as acne, pigmentary disorders, rosacea and psoriasis.
The new site is equipped with office and conference room space. Additionally, in-house training rooms accommodates up to 100 staff members for local and regional meetings. The building houses additional personnel in Galderma’s new aesthetics and correctives group. Galderma’s current 50,000-square-foot building offices more than 140 Galderma employees. The location also includes a 70,000-square-foot distribution center
New Corporate Headquarters
Plano, Texas 75024
The two-story, 92,250-square-foot office building will sit at 8383 Dominion Pkwy., which is in the heart of the Legacy are
Ft. Worth, Texas
Currently we are providing structural engineering design services for the new 45,000 square feet Sundance Psychiatric hospital located in Fort Worth, Texas.The three level hospital provides both inpatient and outpatient services. The first floor houses the administrative offices, dietary services, outpatient areas and other support services. The second and third floors are for inpatient activity areas and social spaces. There are a total of 48 beds with each floor housing two wings to separate the different patient types.
Construction Cost: $11.2 Million
Status: Completion 2014
New Residential Tower
1900 Cedar Springs is a boutique residential multi-family project within the amenity-rich environment of Uptown Dallas - the urban center of Dallas, Texas. Ideally located at the corner of Harwood Street and Cedar Springs Road, the building will boast superb access and premier views of the spectacular Dallas and Uptown skyline.
The building offers ten floors of high-end condominium space sitting atop a six story parking structure. The building’s unique design allows for unexpected outdoor patio areas, floor-to-ceiling glass, contemporary interior and exterior finishes, and a rooftop deck.
The Dallas Cowboys Distribution Facility, a 400,123-square-foot, state-of-the-art warehouse property which serves as the distribution headquarters for the Dallas Cowboys’ global merchandising efforts. Completed in 2009, the facility at 2500 Regent Boulevard in Irving, Texas, is one of the signature properties of the Dallas Fort Worth International Commerce Park, a 500-acre master-planned business park being developed by DFW International Airport. And the facility is much more than an industrial property. It features retail space and, with a full data center, serving as the technological nerve center that runs and backs up the distribution center, Cowboys Stadium and the Cowboys Valley Ranch Headquarters.
The 951,000 square foot building was complete in the summer of 2012 bringing 400 jobs to the area. As part of the company’s continued growth, the site was selected for its proximity which will enable the company to better serve Kohls.com’s Central and Midwest customer base.
The new facility serves as a fulfillment site for Kohls.com purchases.
New Office Park
San Antonio, Texas
The Sonterra Office Park Development is the first class A, speculative office park of its kind in the north San Antonio area. This three-phase project consists of three, eight-story office towers, two hotels, two parking garages and a restaurant.
Phase I is the first office tower and a seven-story parking structure that is seeking Gold LEED certification.
The buildings are oriented in favor of the sun, true east-west orientation, and include shading devices on sides facing the sun. The site boasts a number of large, older trees, most of which are being preserved.
New Data Centers
The Project Bluegrass represents a 200,000 square foot data center program in Louisville, Kentucky to house a corporation’s main data processing facilities. The two identical sites were completed on a staggered 14-month schedule and 80,000 square feet of raised floor. The design team maximized the owner’s budget on the project with an efficient layout system that ultimately minimized de-rating requirements in a challenging thermal environment.
New High School
The new building is designed to serve 1,300 students in grades 10, 11 and 12. This state of the art high school also includes two gyms and a 580 seat auditorium. Besides rooms for core instruction, the four-level, 223,496-square-foot building has areas for a child development program, students with disabilities, a student-run coffee shop and the school’s Junior ROTC program, including a gun range designed to handle fire from .22-caliber weapons.
An expandable auto technology building stands near the main structure, not far from the new tennis courts and athletic fields, under which lie the wells of the school’s geothermal heating and cooling system.
Total Construction: $48 Million
Construction Completed: 2012
New City Hall and Library
The city hall and library facility is the anchor in a mixed-use privately developed commercial center. While holding a strong presence on its own, the design incorporates key elements shared with the overall development. Large windows, open porches, & public plazas further strengthen its connection to the neighboring shops and residences.
New Police and Courts Building
The Forney Justice Center brings an advanced Police Service & Detention facility to the citizens of Forney, TX. The two-story, 32,000 SF Police Buildings flanked by a 6,700 SF Courthouse that doubles as a space for Police Training & Community Services. Located along F.M. 548, the project is surrounded by a burst of new development including a City Park and a new Hospital. The buildings are designed to bring leading edge security while remaining open and inviting to the public.
Our firm designed the new corporate headquarters and distribution center for Traxxas, the popular manufacturer of remote control cars. The project includes a nearly 100,000-square-foot, three-story corporate office facility, a 75,000-square-foot auditorium and car museum and a 90,000-square-foot distribution center on 16-acres of land.
Total Construction: $40 Million
New Residential Tower
The 11-story building is the first in a series of planned developments for the entire city block. The project is geared toward the middle income price range, rather than the luxury market, as most other condominium developments in the area have been. It is one of the first to develop south of downtown.
The 75-unit condominium includes all the major functions of a residence tower, including an amenities deck, pool and two-level parking structure. All interior finishes are minimalist in keeping with the loft style.
Residential Mixed- Use
The West End Station is a five-story mixed-use complex located in Dallas historic West End. The first floor contains approximately 20,000 square feet of available retail and restaurant space. The remainder of the building houses 146 residential units and a two level, 180 space parking garage.
Flower Mound, Texas
This project consists of 750,000 sf of industrial distribution space in the heart of the DFW area. Anchor tenants in Lakeside Ranch include electronics retail giant Best Buy. With close proximity to DFW airport, Lakeside Ranch is a highly desired Business Park.
New Student Wellness Center
Wichita Falls, Texas
Featuring resort style workout and pool amenities, this project includes over 51,000 sf of indoor fitness space. It is equipped with more than 75 pieces of free weights and machines and 50 different pieces of cardiovascular equipment each having an entertainment monitor (television). In addition, there is an indoor track, outdoor aquatics area, fully equipped gymnasium, and state-of-the-art group fitness rooms.
Construction Total: $11.5 Million
New Basketball Arena and Football Stadium
Soon after our firm completed a district wide facility assessment with renovations and expansions at DeSoto High School, we began design on the new basketball arena and football stadium. The stadium has long-span concrete raker beams, drop-in precast "L" beams for seating and a three-level cantilevered press box. Total construction for both projects topped over $20 million.
Total Construction: $21.2 Million
New Recreation Pool
The Texas Tech University Leisure Pool features a variety of water recreation activities for both students and faculty in the arid, west Texas town of Lubbock. Some of the refreshing options include a lazy river, 25 meter lap pool, and wet lounge deck. Supporting buildings integrate the complex into the existing campus by incorporating the common Spanish Renaissance style and by engaging cross-campus pedestrian pathways.
Total Construction: $4.4 Million
Expansion of Student Center
The expansion marked the completion of two years of construction to the 43-year-old building. Construction completed in 2012, which includes 42,880-square-foot renovation with lobby/common areas, office space, information center, catering kitchen, student lounge, study spaces, new Senate chambers, meeting rooms and Legacy Hall.
Legacy Hall is a multi-purpose room capable of seating 500 banquet-style or 700 theatre-style.
Design, Development and BIM-LEED assistance for the expansion and additions to the Kelley SUB on the campus. Project was developed by all design team members using Revit Architecture to comply with Texas A&M standards for using BIM software on all design projects. Complete integration of all design systems were used on this project.
Construction Total: $10.9 Million
Located on twenty-three acres of steeply sloping terrain overlooking a golf course, the three-story auditorium is constructed into the hillside and is organized around an atrium that includes public spaces. A non-spectator gymnasium and 500-seat performing arts center were added in 2009, increasing the opportunities for physical education and fine arts programs offered at the school.
Architecturally, the steel-framed building is clad in multiple tones of stone-faced block and composite metal panels, simultaneously representing the geological slice into the hillside as well as the transition from old to new educational systems. Abundant natural light enters through clerestories and sunscreen-shaded windows.
Formerly: The Academy of Irving ISD
New Middle School
New middle school built to house over 575 students in grades 6th thru 8th. The total construction budget was $7 million and was completed in 2002
New High School
Home of the Bronco's this ground up facility totals 537,835 square feet and is built to house 3,000 students. The project included cafeteria, library, performing arts, weight rooms and indoor practice spaces.
Total Construction: $88 million
Construction Completed: 2006
New Middle School
Completed in 2011 with over 123,000 square feet of learning space, this project features a student cafeteria, libraries and performing arts space. Total construction was $16 million and currently houses over 675 students.
Total Construction: $16 Million
New Distribution HUB
Working with business park developer- ProLogis, we designed 1.8 million sq of distribution space for BMW and Pepsi-Co owned Quaker Oats. With additional ProLogis projects on the board, we have consistently been their engineer of preference.
Colocation Data Center
San Antonio, Texas
CyrusOne's 107,000 square foot San Antonio data center is the first enterprise colocation data center established by any provider in this market.
With some of the lowest power cost in the country, this San Antonio data center facility can scale up to 20 megawatts of power from multiple substations. It is situated on over 10 acres of land and conveniently located in the Westover Hills area with easy access to major highways, the airport, hotels, and restaurants.
San Antonio is positioned centrally in Texas, away from natural disaster zones, and touts some of the most seismically stable soil in the U.S. The stable power grid makes it an ideal place to locate the high performance computing facilities for which CyrusOne is known.
New Data Center
QTS Richmond is one of the worlds greenest high performance building with a LEED Gold Certification. The facility currently houses over 450,000 sq ft of office space that can be expanded to over 700,000 based on initial greenfield development drafts.
• Total Current - 245,300 sq. ft. Potential - 500,000 sq. ft.
• Building 1 Current - 80,000 sq. ft. Potential - 182,400 sq. ft. (designed by another firm)
• Building 2 Current - 72,000 sq. ft. Potential - 131,300 sq. ft.
• Building 3 Current - 93,300 sq. ft. Potential - 186,300 sq. ft.
Up to 500,000 sq. ft. raised floor with high bay ceilings. It has a central command center and vehicle check stations.
Data Center Retrofit and Expansion
The firm is working with QTS to do a major overhaul of the facility, turning it into a state-of-the-art data center. The design team is currently converting a 40-acre site into one of the largest data centers in the country. Currently we are providing structural engineering services transforming the former 700,000 square foot Maxim semiconductor manufacturing facility into a state-of-the-art data center. Initially the planned build-out is to total over 200,000 sq. ft. of raised floor expandable to support 600,000 sq. ft. of raised floor. Located on a 40-acre campus in the Irving/Las Colinas area, it has the ability to double the footprint on the existing campus to over 1.4 million square feet. At final build out, the construction budget could reach almost $1 Billion.
Total Construction: $420 Million ($1 Billion at final build-out)
Estimated Completion of Phase 1: 2014
New Police and Courts Facility
The Bryan Justice center is part of a master plan that includes four full city blocks near the City’s historic downtown. The new justice center establishes a municipal campus in conjunction with the existing City Hall and the City Utilities building. Additionally, the design supports the goals of “New Urbanism” in re-developing this downtown area.
Free Standing Emergency Clinics
Various Cities, United States
Free standing emergency clinics are the latest trend in healthcare. Our client is one of several companies buying up abandoned retail locations and transforming them into emergency clinics. Our firm has completed 20 facilities this year with another 20 more on the boards. Our small projects team is able to meet the clients aggressive schedule so they can meet the markets high demand.
New Gymnastics Center
The City of Richardson’s new Gymnastics Center is one of the city 's first projects certified LEED® Silver. The new gymnastics facility is approximately 16,000 square feet and will include all the apparatus to gymnasts who aspire to become professionals as well as for children who can bounce, tumble and play while their parents can work or play using WiFi access.
Dallas Independent School District
The 26.1 acre site consisted of an 184,844-sq-ft school, which is designed for 1,250 students in grades six through eight. Also included are baseball, softball and football fields, tennis courts and space for a future running track.
Building information modeling was was used to assist us in showing that our entire team understood what was going to happen where and when, so that we could be as efficient as possible.
This school was designed and built according to a code of environmental standards developed by the Texas Collaborative for High Performance Schools (TX-CHPS).
Construction Cost: $29 Million
Awards: ENR 2012 Best K-12 Project
This project is a new medical office building for Baylor Health. The 12 story, 750,000 square foot building will consist of 175,000 square feet of medical office and six levels of above grade parking. It will also include a pharmacy, optometry, physical therapy, radiology, and a sleep center. MedProvider will be the anchor tenant occupying the top two floors. The total construction is estimated at $52 Million.
New Residential Tower
Hermann Park Residence will feature 311,000 square feet of studios, one and two bedroom units, and five penthouse suites, as well as several amenity spaces for tenant use. These amenities include a 2,600 square foot Sky Lounge on the top level with views of Hermann Park and Centennial Gardens and a 3,600 square foot fitness center on the ground floor that provides immediate access to the trails and golf course at Hermann Park. The project also includes a 12,000 square foot courtyard and a five story, 144,000 square foot parking garage. The luxurious residential tower located in Houston’s Museum District has been designed to meet the City of Houston Local and Green building codes.