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  • 27 AUG 2013 The Deal Sheet: CyrusOne

    Real Estate BISNOW (Hou)

    CyrusOne is gearing up development of two more facilities on its Houston West campus, which now totals 45 acres. The move will make the property the largest center for seismic exploration computing services in the country (and maybe the world).

  • 23 AUG 2013 Workplace design focuses on collaboration

    Houston Business Journal

    More companies are making the decision to abandon the hierarchical structure, which is an example of architecture reflecting the next generation’s workforce culture, said Brian Malarkey, executive vice president of Houston-based Kirksey Architecture.


    Workplace design focuses on collaboration, technology
  • 22 AUG 2013 PM Realty to break ground on office complex

    Houston Business Journal

    Houston-based PM Realty Group is breaking ground this month on Jacobs Plaza, part of the first phase of Woodbranch Park in the Energy Corridor. Houston-based Kirksey Architecture is the designer for the project, and PM Realty is also managing and leasing the complex.


  • 22 AUG 2013 CyrusOne readies to break ground

    Houston Business Journal

    CyrusOne Inc. (NYSE: CONE) is once again preparing to break ground on its Houston West data center campus, which serves as a data center hub for oil and gas companies.

  • 29 JUL 2013 Woodlands Township Town Hall receives LEED Gold

    Houston Chronicle

    The Woodlands Township Town Hall received Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design Gold certification Thursday, July 25 from the U.S. Green Building Council.


    The Woodlands Township Town Hall receives LEED Gold certification
  • 24 JUN 2013 Moody Rambin to begin work on new office complex

    Houston Business Journal

    Houston-based Moody Rambin will begin construction in September on the 10-story, 250,000-square-foot Town Centre I, on Town & Country Boulevard at Queensbury Lane.

    Moody Rambin to begin work on new office complex
  • 23 JUN 2013 Tall building ahead at west side shopping center

    Houston Chronicle

    The owners of Town & Country Village are planning to add some tall buildings to the sprawling low-rise shopping center on the west side of Houston. Moody Rambin said it will start construction in September on a 10-story office building with 250,000 square feet of high-end office space and a 1,390-car parking garage.

    Tall building ahead at west side shopping center
  • 01 APR 2013 Menninger Wins HBJ Landmark Award

    Houston Business Journal

    The Landmark Awards recognize real estate projects that have made a significant impression on the Houston landscape.

  • 01 APR 2013 Deal of the week: Woodlands office buildings

    Houston Chronicle

    Archway Properties will break ground on the first of two planned buildings in The Woodlands after pre-leasing half of the space to GeoSouthern Energy Corp. Kirksey Architecture designed the property, which features a curved glass design, high-end finishes, and a separate parking garage.

  • 04 FEB 2013 Top 13 Lone Star State Buildings to see in 2013

    Aspiring to move in a more “family-friendly” direction, the YMCA replaced an existing structure in downtown Houston with a new 115,000-sf facility flooded with natural light. Designed by Kirksey Architecture, the LEED Gold-Certified building has a 40-ft fritted-glass curtain wall that serves as a window onto the streets below and a showcase for the healthy activity inside.

    Top 13 Lone Star State Buildings to see in 2013
  • 24 JAN 2013 Noble Energy Planning 20-Story Office Tower

    Houston Chronicle
    Developers are planning a 20-story office tower for Noble Energy, a project that will create a corporate campus spanning nearly 1 million square feet for the Houston-based independent energy firm.

  • 21 JAN 2013 Trammell Crow breaks ground on Energy Corridor

    Houston Chronicle
    Kirksey designed the tower, and Principal Real Estate Investors is a development partner. Wells Fargo Bank and U.S. Bank provided construction financing, and Balfour Beatty Construction is the general contractor. Aaron Thielhorn, Kevin Schmok and Brandon Houston with Trammell Crow and Joe Wanninger with Principal Real Estate Investors will lead the development team. Leasing will be handled by Cody Armbrister and Steve Rocher with CBRE’s Houston office.

  • 23 NOV 2012 Pearland's Healthcare Market Blossoms

    Houston Business Journal
    Kelsey-Seybold Clinic’s $36 million, 170,000-square-foot medical office building on 18 acres should be complete in early 2013. About a mile away, construction started last month on a $15 million, 55,000-square-foot medical office building, designed by Kirksey, on 10 acres...

    Pearland's health care market blossoms
  • 23 NOV 2012 Running Notebook

    Houston Chronicle
    Those partners include local architect and runner Bob Inaba, who had approached the city's Parks and Recreation Department about refurbishing the area this year, not realizing HARRA was considering the project. The two joined forces, and Inaba, an executive vice president at Kirksey Architecture, came up with a design. The new deck, about 30 percent larger than the current 1,100 square feet, will be partially covered by a shade-providing trellis.


    Running Notebook
  • 29 SEP 2012 Deal of the Week: Thriving CityCentre adds 2 more

    CityCentre Three has welcomed Texas A&M University's Mays School of Business as its first tenant. The project team of Muñoz + Albin, Kirksey and Hoar Construction is building CityCentre Four next door.

  • 29 SEP 2012 Deal of the Week: Thriving CityCentre adds 2 more

    Houston Chronicle
    CityCentre Three has welcomed Texas A&M University's Mays School of Business as its first tenant. The project team of Muñoz + Albin, Kirksey and Hoar Construction is building CityCentre Four next door.

  • 23 AUG 2012 2012 TSA Honor Awards: Kirksey is Firm of the Year

    Texas Society of Architects

    The Texas Society of Architects announces its 2012 Honor Awards. The annual awards recognize exceptional members, firms, individuals, and organizations for their outstanding achievements in support of the profession of architecture, the built environment, and the quality of life in Texas.

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    Kirksey named 2012 TSA Firm of the Year
  • 14 AUG 2012 Kelsey-Seybold building expanded clinic

    Houston Business Journal

    Kelsey-Seybold Clinic is building a clinic in Pasadena that will more than double the size of its existing location. Kirksey Architecture is designing the clinic, and Gamma Construction Co. is the general contractor. Construction is expected to be complete in spring 2013.

    Kelsey-Seybold building expanded clinic in Pasadena
  • 13 AUG 2012 Property called a 'once in a lifetime' opportunity

    Houston Chronicle

    John Kirksey / Kirksey Architecture: It could be a transformative development if the buyer has the capital and vision to make it happen, but the field of buyers is narrowed by the size of the initial capital outlay. That buyer would also need the support of the city of Houston in improving the surrounding public infrastructure.

  • 06 AUG 2012 Real estate transactions: HASC

    Houston Chronicle

    The Houston Area Safety Council has broken ground on a safety training campus in Pasadena. Designed by Kirksey Architecture and to be completed in 2013 by Tellepsen Builders, the initial phase will include multiple buildings as part of a 67,000-square-foot campus, including a 220-seat auditorium, a computer lab with 725 workstations and parking for 800 vehicles.

    Real estate transactions: Houston Area Safety Council
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