Goode Company Kitchen & Cantina
Goode Company Kitchen and Cantina was a 6,333 square foot restaurant located in Houston, TX. The project included many unique lighting concepts, including Mexican pendant lights at the tables and custom lighting design at the bar. This project was a Finalist for the Landmark Awards.
This project was the conversion of the Compaq Center multi-purpose arena into a 16,000 seat sanctuary. Additionally a 200,000 square foot office building was constructed adjacent to provide classrooms and office space. The sanctuary included a functional broadcast facility with integrated audio/visual and production support systems. The renovation of the arena into the sanctuary and building space was completed in a highly congested area of Houston that required intricate coordination and planning.
Memorial Hermann Healthcare System, TMC Heart & Vascular Institute
This 230,000 square foot facility is the most modern hospital of its kind in Texas. The freestanding heart and vascular hospital, the first of its kind, houses 147 patient beds, CVICU cardiology care unit, and 6 cardiac catheterization units, and an electrophysiology lab.
Texas Children’s Hospital (The Woodlands Campus)
The Woodlands Campus of Texas Children’s Hospital is a 548,000 square foot facility on a 22 acre site that was designed to offer inpatient and outpatient in a child friendly atmosphere. The facility includes advanced surgical and ancillary spaces. The project included 120 exam rooms, 32 acute care beds, 28 critical care beds, 25 position ER, 210,000 square foot MOB, and a 335,000 square foot structured parking garage.
St. Luke’s Hospital at the Vintage
St. Luke’s Hospital at the Vintage is located in a wooded site that included a lake and walking path to use as a healing garden for patients and families. This 212,000 square foot facility includes 106 patient beds, 76 surgical beds, 12 ICU beds, and 14 delivery units. The hospital includes 6 operating rooms, 2 endoscopy rooms, 2 catheterization labs, and a cytology room.
Texas Children’s Hospital Neurological Research Institute
The Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute is a research facility operated by Texas Children’s Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine designed to support 30 to 40 basic faculty and clinician-scientists with the goal of developing treatments for childhood neurological diseases. The building is a 13 Story 350,ooo square foot research institute with a 50,ooo square foot sub-grade parking area. The project includes 70,ooo square foot of laboratory space and 25,ooo square foot of vivarium space.
Beltway Lakes I, II, & III
The Beltway Lakes buildings are Class A Office Buildings, all three of which received LEED Gold certification. Beltway Lake I is a 6 story 165,000 square foot office building and was completed in 2007. Beltway Lake II is a sister building that is also a 6 story 165,000 square foot and was completed in 2008. And Beltway Lake III is a 9 story 2700,000 square foot office building completed in 2015 and included 14,000 square foot Amenities Building and a 3 level structured parking garage.