The late 1960’s industrial building was selected based on its central location and potential for becoming the new showroom for the Stewart Organization’s Houston office.
Located at 4300 Malone Drive near the Houston’s Barbour’s Cut and Bayport container terminals, the park provides convenient access to the ship channel and petrochemical complex. The second phase of The Park is will consists of two additional buildings to begin construction in the fourth quarter of 2016.
McShane Healthcare Solutions is launched construction of a 35k SF sports medicine and training facility within the Houston Amateur Sports Park (HASP) at 12211 Kirby Dr. McShane Healthcare Solutions provided development services including the negotiations and management of the land lease to allow the new medical and athletic facility to be constructed on behalf of Competitive Edge Sports (CES). The single-story building houses the Methodist Center for Sports Medicine and the new CES Performance training facility (19k SF). It will also serve as the permanent training center for the Houston Dynamos soccer team.
The Graham Group, Inc. is a full-service real estate firm specializing in the development of medical office buildings. Seeberger Architecture was selected to provide architectural services, starting with design, contract documents and construction contract administration for the Christus St. Catherine Medical Plaza build-out. Site Planning services included several schemes for new building locations within the medical complex. Options included the feasibility of relocating or re-aligning the platted, but not constructed Bishop Dubois drive and two future professional medical building and numerous medical office build-outs.
When a local design firm purchased a 1980’s parallelogram-shaped glass building and decided to retrofit, ideas abounded. The existing floor plan was rigid, with a dark and constricting interior. The design firm desired an open and bright workspace that would allow fluid movement throughout. In order to achieve this, an interior demolition of all 5,000 square feet was necessary. This new office space would promote interaction by breaking down boundaries in a figurative and literal way.