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Project Responsibilities

  • Project Director and Project Manager

Project Highlights

  • Demolition of the existing Pre-World War II Facility
  • New Facility for K through 8
  • 8 Classrooms, Library,Music Room, Cafeteria, Commercial Kitchen, Administration Offices
  • 16,000 SF - $2.4 Million
Published in Academic

Project Responsibilities

  • Project Architect
  • Design Development, Contract Documents and Specifications, Construction Contract Administration

Project Highlights

  • Two Doctor Offices, Combination Library & Conference, Nurse Station, Three Exam Rooms, Minor Surgery
  • Waiting Room, Staff Break Room, Reception and Insurance
  • 2,800 SF - Not Built
Published in Medical Clinics

Project Responsibilities

  • Project Architect
  • Design Development, Contract Documents and Specifications, Construction Contract Administration

Project Highlights

  • Two Two-story Buildings
  • Each Building to have common horizontal and vertical circulation with public atrium
  • Eight Modular Offices Each to have:
    • Doctor Offices
    • Nurse Station, Exam Rooms,Minor Surgery
    • Waiting Room, Staff Break Room, Reception and Insurance
  • 6,400 SF - Not Built
Published in Medical Clinics

Building Highlights

  • Constructed in 1885 
  • Chamber of Commerce Design Award
  • Registered Texas Historical Landmark
  • National Register of Historic Places

Project Responsibilities

  • Project Architect
  • Design, Contract Documents, Specifications, Landscape and Irrigation Design
  • Project Team - 2 Staff

Project Highlights

  • Historical Restoration of the exterior and the grounds
  • Replace roof
  • Return clocks and clock houses to full working condition
    • Repair bell housing to chime
  • Landscaping and benches
  • Msater Plan of the surrounding town square
  • $225,000

Project Responsibilities

  • Project Architect
  • Design, Contract Documents, Field Observation, Interior Design coordination
  • Project Team - MEP, Structural and Civil Consultants

Project Highlights

  • 600 Seat Auditorium
  • Choir with Baptistry
  • Restrooms and Entry Foyer
  • Parlor & Conference
  • Education Wing
  • Family Life Center
  • 20,000 SF
  • Budget including furnishings and equipment - $4.25 Million
Published in Ecclesiastical
01 Sep 2012

Hammond House

Constructed in 1876

Project Responsibilities

  • Project Manager and Architect
  • Existing Conditions Report, Stabilization and Restoration Plan and Budget

Project Highlights

  • Phase 1
    • Historical Stabilization of the exterior and the interior masonry structure and original standing seam tin roof
    • $87,000
    • $10,000 received from Texas Preservation Trust Fund Grant
  • Phase 2
    • Adaptive Reuse of the building to be a Bed and Breakfast Establishment
    • Four Bedrooms each with bathrooms, Kitchen, Great Room, Sitting Room,
    • Laundry Room, Storage
    • New MEP Systems
    • $425,000
  • Phase Three
    • Stabilization and Adaptive Reuse of the Old Kitchen Building
  • Phase Four
    • Stabilization and Adaptive Reuse of the Carriage House

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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  • Phone
    817.706.0114
  • Location
    1407 Texas St. Suite 201
    Fort Worth, Texas 76102