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2012

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Project Highlights Provide a new and inviting single point of service for visitors to Texas A&M University Multi-media mini-theatre with 16 screen computer generated program and music Three computer stations for user interactive application providing information to students and visitors about the university, the community and the region Information Desk, Commons Area and Storage. 3,500 SF - $1.3 Million

Project Responsibilities Project Manager/Architect Document existing conditions, construction contract documents Coordinate interior design with Sheraton's Construction Manager Project Highlights Named for the legendary orchestra leader, singer and actor, the room incurred damage from Hurricane Katrina Restoration and renovation work included the ballroom, cabana rooms, corridor and break-out rooms 20,000 SF - cost undisclosed

2009

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Project Responsibilities Project Director - Complete Project Responsibility Project Highlights 4,200 Seat Auditorium 70,000 Gallon Saltwater Aquarium and two additional 8,000 Gallon cylindrical aquariums at entries Choir Practice Room, Youth and Teen Facilities, Classrooms Fellowship Hall to Seat 400 with Dining Patio and Full Commercial Kitchen Administration and Pastoral Suite, Restrooms, Elevator 50 Acre Site Development including parking for 1800 cars, Foyer 172,677 SF - $34 Million Construction Composition 9" tilt-up concrete panels Rigid insulation for panel walls and roof TPO membrane roof for lower roofs - white reflective color 70,000 gallon salt water aquarium used as heat sink Three Trane air-cooled chillers with scroll compressors that will load shed and rampup as required for optimum efficiency Trane EMS to balance and manage energy consumptiongoals which also controls lighting Program accomplishments Building shell energy consumption is 40% better than State of Texas Energy Code requirements Energy consumption to be approximate 25% less than conventional ArchiCAD Software - BIM Infused

2005

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Project Responsibilities Project Manager/Architect Document existing conditions, construction contract documents Coordinate interior design with Harrah's Construction Manager Project Highlights Renovation and Addition enlarging the exsisting restaurant and adjacent public restrooms 2005-2006

Project Responsibilities Project Manager / Senior Architect Project Highlights Prototype facility for a new concept in the development of healthy communities and selling homes utilizing electronic technology to link all the St. Joe communities together 9,800 SF - Cost not disclosed

Project Highlights Stand-alone Brand marquee restaurant for company as showcase image across the I-10 Louisiana Corridor serving Latin American Cuisine 3 dining areas and patio, bar and bar patio; kitchen and office 6,000 SF - $1.4 Million Construction Composition EPS core SIPs for walls and roof deck construction Spray applied Bio-base Urethane Foam insulation for entry stick-built walls 3" Spray applied bio-based Urethane foam roof membrane Mechanical equipment size reduced 25%

Project Responsibilities Project Manager/Project Architect Construction Documents, Specifications, Coordination with Consultants, Construction Administration Project Highlights: 134 Key Timeshare Condominium incorporating four civil war era masonry structures and adding floors up to nine stories All typical amenities Approx. 229,000 SF, $34 million

2003

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Project Scope New Nissan and Buick Automobile Dealerships Side-by-Side Seven Buildings including Showrooms 93,000 SF - $10 Million Program Accomplishments Structural steel system reduced 40% from conventional Energy efficiency was 40% below State of Texas maximum Construction time reduced 30%

Tom Hines

Architect

Our Design Philosophy

“The art of dancing stands at the source of all arts that express themselves first in the human person.  The art of building, or architecture, is the beginning of all the arts that lie outside the person; and in the end they all unite.” - Havelock Ellis
 
Building facilities unique to the owner’s special needs requires creative effort to balance function, aesthetics, durability and affordability in operation.  We help clients move through these challenges and manifest their dreams and desires in tangible form.

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    Fort Worth, Texas 76102