The Houston Furniture Bank has served the greater Houston area for 25 years. In August 2015 The Furniture Bank suffered a huge loss when it’s original location was destroyed by a devastating fire. The 2-alarm fire destroyed multiple warehouse buildings and all of the Furniture Bank’s inventory. Seeberger Architecture was happy to provide architectural services to help them get back to business.
In 2009, Hurricane Ike devastated the Galveston and Houston areas, causing significant damage to areas developers. Weingarten Realty reached out the Seeberger’s Retail Studio to not only rebuild the water damaged facility, but to also provide remodel services. SA was tasked with giving life back to a popular retail center.
Seeberger’s Retail Studio has planned and designed multi-tenant projects within the Houston and surrounding communities. Each facility was designed to maintain the distinct appearance standards mandated by the Client. The SA Retail Studio worked closely with the developers on large scale multi-tenant retail centers and single tenant build-outs. Each focuses on its own distinctive design, while enabling the individual tenants to express their corporate identity within the structure of a planned retail center.
The Pappas Brothers opened their first restaurant in 1976 and set out to serve only the highest quality food, fulfill their Guest’s every request and make sure everyone who walked in the door felt like family. Since then, they’ve opened more than 100 restaurants and have become a leader in the hospitality industry.
Seeberger Architecture was enlisted to meet an aggressive new store roll out program. For optimal locations, the Retail Studio worked closely with the Client’s Real Estate and Construction Departments. These Preliminary Site Assessments allowed the Architect’s input early on, helping the Client to analyze the suitability, risk, time and cost delta associated with various potential sites.