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  • 14 AUGUST 2017 New Office Project for Apache in Midland Breaks Ground
    Designed by Kirksey, the new office project in Midland for Houston-based oil and gas exploration firm Apache Corp. has broken ground with Adolfson & Peterson Construction at the helm. The three-story building is adjacent to the company's existing offices, and estimated completion is first quarter of 2018.
  • 10 AUGUST 2017 Photos: Churches Expand with Population Boom Northwest of Houston
    Houston Business Journal
    With residential growth booming, Houston's First Baptist Church expanded in Cypress near the Bridgeland community. Take a behind-the-scenes look at the new Cypress campus designed by Kirksey and constructed by Tellepsen.
  • 14 JULY 2017 The George Hotel sets August opening in College Station
    Houston Chronicle
    College Station's Century Square mixed-used development will get a second hotel with the opening of The George in August. The hotel was designed by Kirksey and Munoz + Albin architects with interiors by Mayfield and Ragni Studio.
  • 13 JULY 2017 The Writing on the Wall: Maker Spaces Encourage Students to Take an Active Role
    Building Design + Construction
    Maker spaces, dry-erase walls, and flexible furniture highlight The Kinkaid School's New Learning Center. Designed by Kirksey Architecture's PK-12 Education Team, the learning center's maker spaces are meant to create a flexible learning environment that veers somewhat from traditional teaching methods.
  • 28 JUNE 2017 Bastrop County to buy $2M building for 911, emergency complex
    Austin-American Statesman
    Bastrop County commissioners approved Monday the purchase of a $2 million building, designed by Kirksey Architecture, in the heart of Bastrop for its new state-of-the-art communications and emergency management center. Construction should begin in July 2018, with the building completed by summer 2019.
  • 22 JUNE 2017 Angleton ISD selects Kirksey Architecture to design new swimming pool facility
    The Facts
    Swimmers can rejoice as Angleton ISD is another step closer to building an indoor pool facility. The Board of Trustees unanimously selected Kirksey Architecture as the firm to design the district’s new natatorium at Tuesday night’s meeting.
  • 21 JUNE 2017 Photos: Hotel ZaZa Memorial City reveals opening date, luxury suite designs
    Houston Business Journal
    Houston's Kirksey Architecture designed the mixed-use project, which will feature 159 rooms and is set to open December 1, 2017.
  • 16 JUNE 2017 Projects add green space to office environments
    Houston Chronicle
    The space between Galleria Place I and Galleria Place II will be transformed into a 1-acre grand lawn with botanical gardens with The Office of James Burnett landscape architecture firm leading the green space design. Located at Alabama and Sage, the $14 million renovation is expected to be complete early next year. Lincoln Property hired Kirksey Architecture to design the building renovations.
  • 08 JUNE 2017 See the Winning Sandcastles from AIA Houston's 2017 Competition
    Houston Business Journal
    Kirksey Architecture and Metzger Construction won the Golden Bucket — the top prize — for the third year in a row. This year, the team’s entry was “Smurf & Turf,” which featured Smurfs battling some recognizable dragons. The entry also won for “Best Traditional Sandcastle” and “Tallest Standing Structure,” with the tallest section reaching 11.3 feet in height.
  • 01 JUNE 2017 Health Clinic to Open in Houston's Historic 5th Ward
    KPRC Channel 2 Houston
    KPRC reports on the new Legacy Community Health Clinic, designed by Kirksey Architecture, that will be opening in Houston's historic 5th Ward on Saturday, June 3. Commonly known as a "health care desert," the community is excited about the opening of this clinic, and Legacy is determined to help increase the quality of health care for nearby residents.
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