TSU Student Resident Housing

Project Description

Name: TSU Student Resident Housing
Location: Houston, TX
Completion: February 2016
Value: $41.5 M
Owner: Texas Southern University
Architect: Harrison Kornberg Architects & Lord, Aeck & Sargent
Joint Venture Partner: Horizon International Group LLC

This 800-bed, 308,000 sf residence hall is located on an urban block at the edge of Texas Southern University’s campus and is connected to the main campus via the Tiger Walk, running past the site’s southern border.

The project is a seven-story Student Residential facility for Texas Southern University’s freshman with an open courtyard that includes multi-use academic and social spaces. The building is divided; one half for male students, the other half for female students. Each floor features common spaces with television/gaming areas and smaller study spaces. Each unit will house two enrolled students with a shared bath and WiFi capabilities. Shared laundry facilities are conveniently located on each floor and an exterior terrace for student congregation. First floor has a fully functional cafeteria and other food vendor spaces along with two office reception areas.

 

The City of Houston Traffic Operations Facility

Project Description

Name: The City of Houston Traffic Operations Facility
Location: Houston, TX
Completion: May 2014
Value: $8.9 million
Owner: City of Houston
Architect: Kirksey Architecture

The City of Houston Transportation and Traffic Operations Center includes 15,000 square feet of office space, 25,000 square feet of warehouse space workshop areas, storage, vehicular maintenance and support facilities and a parking for 275 vehicles. The facility also includes a specialized shop area for manufacturing traffic signs on-site and a separate metal canopy wash down area. The building is LEED Gold certified and was completed eight months ahead of schedule.

 

The Center at Pearland Parkway

Project Description

Name: The Center at Pearland Parkway
Location: Pasadena, TX
Completion: November 2014
Value: Confidential
Developer: Stream Realty Partners
Architect: CDA Architects

The Center at Pearland Parkway is the first major retail center for the residents in Pearland, Texas.

The 165,000-square-foot shopping space is situated on a 27 acre site next to FM 518 and Pearland Parkway. Tenants include Palais Royal, TJ Maxx, Ross Dress for Less, Petco, Five Below and Rack Room Shoes.

The center was built using tilt-up construction. Tract 1 consisted of 11 lease spaces totaling more than 125,000 square feet, and Tract 2 consisted of six spaces totaling nearly 19,000 square feet.

Schlumberger Katy Products Center / Dyna-Drill Technologies

Project Description

Name: Schlumberger Katy Products Center / Dyna-Drill Technologies
Location: Katy, TX
Completion: July 2013
Value: $37.4 million
Owner: Dyna-Drill Technologies
Architect: Kirksey Architecture

Previously conducting its operations from several leased facilities in North Houston, Dyna-Drill Technologies, a subsidiary of Schlumberger, needed to consolidate their offices to a new headquarters campus. The 17-acre site features 340,000 square feet of new office, manufacturing, laboratory, and material storage space, as well as separate commons area with full-service kitchen, dining area, fitness room, locker rooms and meeting/training spaces. All this was accomplished by leveraging BIM for above-ceiling and in-wall MEP coordination and bridge crane clash detection in the high bay area. The Katy Products Center is located adjacent to the Schlumberger-owned PathFinder Energy Services campus, a project which our team also completed.

Lone Star College Parking Garage at Fairbanks Center

Project Description

Name: Lone Star College Parking Garage at Fairbanks Center
Location: Houston, TX
Completion: August 2014
Value: $3 million
Owner: Lone Star College System
Architect: Kirksey Architecture

The three-level precast parking structure adds more than 300 spaces to alleviate parking challenges at the Lone Star College- CyFair Fairbanks Center. The project faced multiple challenges from the start: limited funds, a tight schedule with significant long lead time for precast and accessibility of the center to students and the public. The garage was completed within 21 weeks, which was earlier than the original schedule and included all site work, utilities, foundations and elevator installation.

Part of Webber’s strategy was to save money on re-paving by preventing damage to the existing surface lot. Our team prepared a detailed plan to control the flow of construction traffic and designated certain areas for high protection. The plan also included isolating construction activities from the school’s activities to protect the students and public. Through careful coordination of a detailed plan, additional savings were returned to the college at the end of the project.

Katy Taylor High School

Project Description

Name:  Katy Taylor High School
Location: Katy, TX
Completion: August 2013
Value: $32.9 Million
Owner: Katy Independent School District
Architect: Bay-IBI

Knowing that quality facilities can make a big difference in education, Webber renovated more than 300,000 square feet of education space, while facilities were occupied, to ensure students could use the new spaces as soon as possible. The major interior improvements included new science labs, computer labs, locker rooms, an administration area, a renewed natatorium and additional classrooms to ensure all students can be accommodated.

Creekview Elementary School

Project Description

Name:  Creekview Elementary School
Location: Tomball, TX
Completion: August 2015
Value: $17.8 M
Owner: Tomball Independent School District
Architect: PBK Architects

The new Creekview Elementary School is the third K-5 facility in Tomball, Texas. The ISD planned for flexibility and future expansions through a super-pod configuration that includes classrooms, support space and open areas for collaboration. The library is centrally located through the main corridor. Other spaces include a cafeteria, art room, science lab, computer lab, music room, teacher workroom, gymnasium, and a drop-off and pickup loop. On-site improvements and site amenities include parking, covered walkways, utilities, athletic fields and playgrounds. The school opened for the 2015-2016 school year.

Catalyst Houston

Project Description

Name:  Catalyst Houston
Location: Houston, TX
Completion: 2018
Value: Confidential
Owner: MP Block 52, LLC
Architect: Ziegler Cooper

As the second building in Marquette Cos.’ Catalyst Collection, Catalyst Houston is a 28-story luxury high-rise in the Central Business District of Houston. The community provides unique opportunities to live in urban environments. Catalyst Houston will include 361 luxury apartment homes with studio, one, two and three-bedroom units that feature hardwood flooring, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, 10 to 13-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and a private balcony or terrace that open to views of downtown and Minute Maid Park. High-end amenities include an outdoor pet area, an amenity deck with panoramic views of the city and a resort-style outdoor pool deck, complete with cabanas and outdoor kitchen space.

The facilities also include a night club, wine storage and tasting room overseeing Minute Maid Park, a full-service gym and meeting rooms. An attached 8 level 549 space parking garage is also part of the 727,380 square feet construction footprint.