Texas A&M University, Mays Business School, CityCentre

Collegiate & Higher Education

Location

Houston, Texas

Size

23,295 sf

Project Features
  • High-end finishes
  • Collaborative space
  • Classrooms
  • Conference rooms
  • Offices

Recently, Kirksey was selected to work to with the Mays Business School to design custom interior space for a 24,000 sf facility in Houston, Texas that houses professional and executive MBA programs. The Business School is utilizing space at CityCentre, a mixed-use, urban-style, development situated on 37 acres.

Kirksey designed an attractive environment for students who are simultaneously working and taking classes to achieve an MBA. The interior of the space boasts high-end finishes and collaborative work space that accommodates both students and professionals. The facility also includes two classrooms, two tiered seating lecture halls, eleven conference rooms, a board room, staff offices and workroom, and a student lounge with accompanying break room. The Mays Business School at CityCentre was custom designed to be the ideal environment for executive learning with input from a team of faculty, staff, and students.

In association with Muñoz + Albin, Kirksey was also the architect of record for the 120,000 sf CityCentre Three Office Building where the Texas A&M University’s  Mays School of Business resides. This building is a part of the City Centre mixed use complex.

Steve Durham, AIA, LEED AP 713 426 7521
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Spearheading collegiate projects, Steve’s experience spans everything from dining halls and academic buildings to athletic facilities and religious institutions. Early in his 17-year career at Kirksey, Steve initiated the Outreach Committee which offers opportunities for staff members to volunteer their time for various local communities and non-profit organizations. He also leads the firm’s membership in The 1%, a program connecting non-profits to architecture firms willing to provide pro bono services.