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  • 30 MAY 2017 With an office market in limbo, construction costs hold steady
    Houston Business Journal
    Kirksey Architecture's Scott Wilkinson, executive vice president and commercial team leader, talks with HBJ's Cara Smith on commercial construction costs, with a deeper look into Kirksey's 2017 Construction Cost Update report.
  • 25 MAY 2017 Designs in the Sand: Where to See the Best Sandcastles Around
    Houzz
    Who builds the best sandcastles? The editors over at Houzz featured one of Kirksey's winning sandcastles for their "Designs in the Sand" article, and also features other designs from master sand builders all over the nation.  
  • 10 APRIL 2017 The Real Value of Renovation
    NBIZ Magazine
    One of the toughest decisions a client might face is whether they should build new, or renovate an existing structure. Kirksey architects Kathleen Jircik, Megan Irvin and Kapil Upadhyaya explore the real value of renovation and how it can add value in many ways especially in Houston.
  • 06 MARCH 2017 Houston's First Baptist expanding downtown
    Houston Chronicle
    Kirksey Architecture is designing the renovations for Houston's First Baptist Church's new urban sanctuary location in downtown Houston. Houston's First Baptist Church, which for years expanded into the suburbs along with the region's booming population, is making a push back to downtown in pursuit of millennials, college students and growing families inhabiting the urban core.
  • 03 MARCH 2017 Menninger Clinic to construct new outpatient and education building
    Houston Business Journal
    The Menninger Clinic, one of the country’s top psychiatry hospitals, announced March 2 that its board of directors has approved construction a 25,000-square-foot outpatient and education building. Houston-based Kirksey Architecture designed the new single-story building, and a competitive bid process is underway to select a construction firm.
  • 13 FEBRUARY 2017 First Look: Inside The Wilshire luxury condo tower
    Houston Business Journal
    The Houston Business Journal got an exclusive sneak peek inside a two-bedroom, two-bathroom model unit, which spans 1,400 square feet and starts from the $700,000s. Houston-based Kirksey Architects served as the architect for this project.
  • 10 FEBRUARY 2017 Iberia bank finds togetherness in Greenway Plaza
    Houston Chronicle
    Kirksey Architecture designed Iberia bank's new and larger space on a full floor within 11 Greenway Plaza to accommodate growth in the Houston market.
  • 27 JANUARY 2017 Astrodome approved for Texas Landmark designation
    Houston Business Journal
    The Texas Historical Commission voted Jan. 27 to make the Astrodome a State Antiquities Landmark. The Harris County Commissioners Court on Dec. 20 selected Houston-based Kirksey Architecture for the architecture phase and Houston-based Walter P Moore for the engineering phase of the redevelopment, which would raise the Astrodome floor 30 feet to ground level and create two underground levels with 1,400 parking spaces.
  • 25 JANUARY 2017 ULI Names 2017 Developments of Distinction
    BisNow Houston
    Last night, finalists, honorees and guests gathered to celebrate a year of outstanding development in Houston at ULI's 10th annual Development of Distinction Awards. The Town Centre Development, including Queensbury Theatre and designed by Kirksey, was selected as a winner in the for-profit category. The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Houston - Richmond/Rosenberg club was a finalist.
  • 24 JANUARY 2017 ULI Houston names 6 winners in 10th annual Development of Distinction Awards
    Houston Business Journal
    The Urban Land Institute's local chapter announced the winners of hte 10th annual Development of Distinction Awards on January 24. Finalists and winners exemplify best practices in design, construction, economic viability, healthy places, marketing and management. The Moody Rambin Town Centre One development, designed by Kirksey, took home an award in the for-profit category while the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Houston - Richmond/Rosenberg project was selected as a finalist.
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