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  • 03 OCTOBER 2014 HBJ Names 2014 Who's Who in Energy

    Houston Business Journal

    The Houston Business Journal has revealed its 2014 Who's Who in Energy recognizing Houston-based key players in the energy industry. Brian Richard, AIA, was named Who's Who in Architecture.

    HBJ Names 2014 Who's Who in Energy
  • 22 SEPTEMBER 2014 How One School Construction Project Is Keeping Old With New

    NPR News 88.7

    In East Houston, demolition crews are tearing down Milby High School to make way for a brand new campus. Except one part of this school will be saved: the historic building on Broadway. Nicola Springer is an architect with Kirksey the firm working on the job.
  • 18 SEPTEMBER 2014 Petroleum Club prepares for new digs after more than 50 years

    Houston Chronicle

    The Petroleum Club hoped to stay put, but the building's new owner is planning a lengthy renovation that would leave the club without a home for several years, board president Tommy Edwards said Thursday during a reception for the new club at its existing space.

  • 05 SEPTEMBER 2014 HBJ announces the 2014 Best Places to Work Finalists

    Houston Business Journal

    For more than a decade, the Houston Business Journal has hosted the longest-running Best Places to Work awards program in the city, honoring top employers for their unique cultures, amenities, benefits and worker-retention and attraction strategies.

  • 12 AUGUST 2014 Meet the Fast 100: Home-grown architecture firm takes on big clients, hiring for a 'litany' of positions

    Houston Business Journal 

    A leader in sustainable design, Houston-based architecture firm Kirksey has designed glittering high-rise office towers, small community theaters and everything in between. But the fact that its project base is so diverse came as no accident.

  • 11 AUGUST 2014 Veteran theater to get new digs

    Houston Business Journal

    A veteran theater company has lowered the curtain on its former name and building with plans to open a new facility next spring. The Queensbury Theatre, formerly the Country Playhouse, has begun construction on its new 21,000-square-foot theater on Queensberry Lane near Town and Country Boulevard.

  • 05 AUGUST 2014 New LEED certification requires more, but can pay off big

    Houston Business Journal

    LEED certification is quickly becoming more common in Houston’s new office buildings, whereby developers can charge higher sale prices and rents. But a new category within the certification process may make it a bit more challenging to attain.
  • 04 AUGUST 2014 Construction begins, more details revealed for Energy Center Five

    Houston Business Journal

    Trammell Crow Co. and Principal Real Estate Investors have begun construction on Energy Center Five, marking the final phase of the companies' Energy Corridor campus. The Class A 18-story office tower is slated to be complete in the second quarter of 2016.

  • 29 JULY 2014 Construction costs soar amid high demand for space

    Houston Chronicle

    Commercial construction costs are up sharply this year and further increases are predicted for the second half, as high demand, labor and material shortages push up prices for building projects.

  • 24 JULY 2014 Video highlights 21st century design concepts for Milby High School

    Houston Independent School District Blog

    The school's community worked together to create a design that will incorporate the historical campus facade portion of the 1926 building to connect to a new building. 

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