Offices

Mansfield Parks Offices – Mansfield, Tx.

The City of Mansfield desired to create a new stat e of the art office building for their expanding Parks Department and Visitors Bureau. The new office building is sited in one of the premier park settings in Mansfield, Elmer Oliver Nature Center. The 9,100 s.f structure has a rustic stone and timber look to compliment the existing park landscape elements. The program called for a new community meeting room with extensive covered porches for major events the city may host. The project is scheduled for completion in early 2019.

Escalante Golf Offices – Ft. Worth, Tx.

This Golf Resort Management Company needed to expand from 2,500 s.f. to 5,500 s.f. to support the rapid growth of their staffing. The project took over standard existing office spaces. The transformed interiors take on a new special look of all glass walls and brick wall textures in 2014. Another expansion of 6,000 s.f. is in the planning stages for 2019.

Hidden North Offices – Southlake, TX.

A mixed use office project located on a prominent corner of Southlake Boulevard, the project is still under design and city approvals. When construction begins in early 2016 it will become a premier location for professionals in this very affluent community.

Wonderland Mixed Use Project – Carrollton, TX.

The 9,600 s.f. mixed use project is located on several acres fronting West Hebron Parkway. The building has a corporate office with asmall retail frontage on the North West. The exterior design had to comply and blend in with a larger master planned development style. Stucco, brick and stone are once again the materials of choice. A variety of metal awnings and suspended canopies are used over most windows and entries. The project is currently under construction with completion estimated as early 2016.

Heritage Office Center – Colleyville, Tx.

A cluster of five brick and stone buildings of 26,000 sf which offers individual business owners a portion of the project for purchase. Cost of the project was about $ 2,900,000.00 in 2008. Tenant finish outs are still progressing with attorneys, orthodontists , family counselors and insurance executives in place.

Millhaven Office Center – Hurst, Tx.

A brick and stone building of 10,275 sf was awarded an “ Excellence in Design” recognition from the City of Hurst. Cost of the project was about $1,100,000.00 in 2007.

Remax Realtors Office Center – Arlington, Tx.

An office center for one of Arlington’s premier realty companies of about 15,000 sf in two buildings. The center’s exterior is composed of stucco, natural stone and tinted glass . Cost of the buildings and site work was about $ 1,620,000.00 in 2005.

Gateway Office Center – Colleyville, Tx.

A cluster of two brick and stone buildings of 10,275 sf which offers individual business owners a portion of the project for purchase. Cost of the project was about $ 1,100,000.00 in 2005.

Visoski Insurance – Arlington, Tx.

A small multi tenant building of 4,600 sf executed in a contemporary two color brick with cast stone accents and green glass. In 1998 the cost of the project was about $ 350,000.00.

Ebert Law Offices – Hurst, Tx.

A contemporary style brick building of 4,400 sf to house the law practices of a pair of attorneys. Cost of the project was about $ 420,000.00 without furnishings and equipment in 2004.

Colleyville Chamber Centre – Colleyville, Tx.

An upscale complex of multi tenant buildings totaling 10,200 sf. The exteriors are brick, natural stone with cast stone accents and slate roofing. Cost of the project was about $ 900,000.00 in 1998.

Southwest Office Complex – Grapevine, Tx.

Twin multi tenant traditional style buildings totaling 20,000 sf with a heavily landscaped courtyard. The exteriors are brick with cast stone accents and awnings.Cost of the project was about $ 1,450,000.00 in 2000.

Whitsell Building – Arlington, Tx.

A small multi tenant building of 6,100 sf executed in brick with a stone watertable. Large cast stone columns grace the entries. Cost of the project was about $ 480,000.00 in 1999.

IDN Corporation – Grapevine, Tx.

A small corporation headquarters building of 5,100 sf on a heavily wooded site along a creek. The exterior has brick and cast stone accents with stucco entry features. Cost of the project was about $ 400,000.00 in 1998.

K. E. Andrews Office Center – Rowlett, Tx.

An office center for K. E. Andrews Co., a property tax consultant firm. The 22,600 sf three story structure is placed on a peninsula between Lake Ray Hubbard and Dalrock Road. The owner desired the building to have a mountain lodge character. The exterior has ample heavy timber, rough wood siding, metal roofing and native rock. The eastern elevation has large expanses of glass to bring the lake views into the interiors. The project was completed in late 2008.

919 Travis Center – Fort Worth, Tx.

This is a mixed use project located in the heart of a rejuvenating urban village located near the hospital district in Fort Worth. Adhering to the urban design guidelines created by Fort Worth South Inc., the project has a unique character. The first floor has 5,200 sf of medical office space and the second floor has a 1200 sf residence. The project was completed in early 2009.

Hidden Lakes Offices – Keller, TX.

A cluster of five brick and stone buildings of 23,000 s.f. which offers individual business owners a portion of the project for purchase. The project has a unique exterior with large scale entries of stone and timber. Construction of buildings and tenant finish outs are still progressing with doctors, designers, family counselors and insurance executives in place.

Coast Southwest Offices – Arlington, TX.

The 30,000 s.f. office & distribution center project was located in the Great Southwest Industrial District.The project utilized an existing concrete wall industrial building. The interior was completely demolished out.An all new interior was designed and constructed with an ultra-modern style. The exterior was greatly enhanced with new windows, stone, stucco and metal canopies. The project was completed in 2013.