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  • 09 NOV 2022 Double Take
    The Credit Human and Oxbow towers bring old-world principles to contemporary sustainable design. 
    Texas Architect Magazine
  • 04 NOV 2022 Kelsey-Seybold Clear Lake Clinic expanding to create 11-acre Bay Area Campus
    Kelsey-Seybold's Clear Lake Clinic at Interstate 45 is being expanded into a three-building campus with a cancer center and an ambulatory surgery center.
    Houston Business Journal
  • 20 OCT 2022 Real Estate Projects Can Help Transform an Entire County
    The story of how Metrocare's Hillside Innovation Center will transform the land, clients, staff, and an entire community is a story worth telling. 
    D Magazine
  • 13 SEP 2022 Construction underway on Kelsey-Seybold Springwoods Village Campus in City Place
    Kelsey-Seybold's Springwoods Village Campus will consist of a 165,000-square-foot building with an ambulatory surgery center and a cancer center.
    Houston Business Journal
  • 29 AUG 2022 Exclusive: Moody Rambin to launch construction of Town Centre Two office building near CityCentre
    Town Centre One, which broke ground in 2013, is a 270,000-square-foot office structure near CityCentre. Its developer, Moody Rambin, is preparing to build a second office building nearby.
    Houston Business Journal
  • 15 AUG 2022 MetroNational tops out on Memorial City office tower
    MetroNational's new office building at 9753 Katy Freeway is expected to be delivered in the second quarter of 2023.
    Houston Business Journal
  • 08 AUG 2022 Kelsey-Seybold Clinic opens new Memorial Villages location, one of its largest
    Kelsey-Seybold Clinic opened its five-story Memorial Villages campus on Aug. 8. It is just north of Interstate 10 at 1001 Campbell Road in Spring Valley Village.
    Houston Business Journal
  • 03 AUG 2022 Why this new San Jacinto College building is getting plenty of attention
    Scheduled to welcome its first students when classes start Aug. 22, a building at San Jacinto College’s central campus in Pasadena stands out from all others on campus — and in the region.
    Houston Chronicle
  • 23 MAY 2022 This ultra-efficient San Antonio office underscores the importance of tight building envelopes
    A report from the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change found that reducing energy consumption by buildings in turn reduces carbon dioxide emissions. One of the best ways to do this is to improve the airtightness of building envelopes, which vary widely in terms of performance.
    The Architect's Newspaper
  • 23 MAY 2022 Creating Opportunities in the Workplace through Agile Planning
    Rarely do we have the opportunity to see the future office as a new paradigm. The layout, ambiance, scope, and metrics of corporate real estate of the future will be quite different from our prior experience.
    CoreNet Global's The Pulse
  • 12 MAY 2022 Climate for Learning

    Two East Austin schools merge to form Norman-Sims Elementary, a new STEAM learning environment focused on discovery and community.

    Texas Architect Magazine
  • 02 MAY 2022 Long-delayed Bellaire Place project on former Chevron campus cleared to move forward
    A long-awaited mixed-use development in the city of Bellaire is moving ahead after receiving approval from city officials.
    Houston Business Journal
  • 18 APR 2022 Construction underway on MetroNational office tower in Houston
    MetroNational, the Houston-based, privately-held real estate investment, development, and management company, announced today that construction is underway for their latest Class-A office building at 9753 Katy Freeway, situated at the southwest corner of Katy Freeway and Bunker Hill. Adjacent to the reimagined Lawn at Memorial City and new luxury high-rise, The McKinley, 9753 Katy Freeway completes a new mixed-use urban development, offering tenants a vibrant and curated mix of nearby restaurants, hotels, retail and entertainment.
    REJournals
  • 07 APR 2022 First look: Trees for Houston to break ground on HQ, education center in Garden Oaks
    Trees for Houston’s new office building at 2001 W. 34th St. will somewhat fittingly be situated in Garden Oaks between the Shepherd Forest and Shady Acres areas. The new headquarters will replace Trees for Houston’s existing offices at 104 N. Greenwood St.
    Houston Business Journal
  • 24 MAR 2022 Healthcare Office Space Transformation

    The idea of a safe space took on a new meaning for Houston’s Legacy Community Health. The organization’s clinics have been a judgment-free zone for LGBTQA+ patients since 1978. Then the pandemic struck, just as the healthcare company began consolidating its administrative offices from three locales to one. Move-in was July 2021. Legacy and its partner, Kirksey Architecture, kept true to their original vision for the $1.4 million transformation of the 67,500-square-foot, three-floor headquarters. 

    Staples Worklife Magazine
  • 16 MAR 2022 A Growing Design Trend - Mass Timber

    Mass timber is going mainstream as more projects incorporate the sustainable building material for both structure and the aesthetics of wood left exposed in the interiors. As demand increases for more environmentally sensitive building practices, design teams and developers are pushing the possibilities of mass timber use in commercial, institutional and multifamily projects.

    Realty News Report
  • 08 FEB 2022 Architect Builds a Sustainable Vision
    John Kirksey created a successful architectural firm in Houston while championing environmental stewardship for the region.
    ENR Texas & Louisiana
  • 13 JAN 2022 At the Car Park
    The Lyric Centre Garage shows that, while often considered a necessary urban evil, the design of a parking garage can positively impact the city that surrounds it.
    Texas Architect Magazine
  • 24 DEC 2021 Prairie View A&M University Fabrication Center / Kirksey Architecture
    The Fabrication Center at Prairie View A&M University is an extension of the existing School of Architecture. Located in Prairie View, Texas this new program is a state-of-art facility that serves its students with the latest technology. As one of the seven HBUC (Historic Black Colleges and Universities) with an accredited architecture program, this new innovative maker space houses a variety of high-tech equipment allowing architectural students to build, develop, and test new ideas.
    ArchDaily
  • 19 DEC 2021 KISD trustees approve revised design for Katy Elementary
    After the board of trustees for Katy ISD unanimously approved the redesign of Katy Elementary School, located at 5726 George Bush Drive, Katy, on Nov. 15, updated changes to the plan were approved Dec. 13. Kirksey Architecture brought the revised rendering of the school, which features a more traditional brick exterior, to the meeting, where trustees unanimously approved the new design.
    Community Impact Newspaper
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