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  • 17 SEP 2010 Case Example: Kirksey Architecture

    CYVIZ Newsletter

    Kirksey Architecture Enhances Project Collaboration: In 2008, Kirksey, a Houston architecture firm, purchased a 2-Channel Cyviz Bizwall. Since then, the Bizwall has revolutionized how meetings are conducted at the firm allowing for more efficient and productive work.

  • 18 JUN 2010 How office space can up 'cool' factor at work

    Houston Business Journal

    Julie Gauthier, an interior designer with Kirksey Architecture, discusses how office space can up the 'cool' factor at work.

  • 26 MAR 2010 Briefs: Life Science Plaza earns LEED Gold

    Houston Business Journal

    The 715,500-square-foot Life Science Plaza is the largest LEED Gold-CS certified building in the Texas Medical Center. Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. provided project and building management services and coordinated with Kirksey Architects to gain the LEED Gold-CS certification.

    Briefs: Life Science Plaza earns LEED Gold
  • 01 MAR 2010 Higher Education Stays Afloat

    Texas Construction

    Enrollment keeps university jobs on books...Kirksey Architecture wove interior and exterior spaces at A&M’s Agricultural Headquarters Building to best portray the agricultural experience.

  • 01 MAR 2010 Architecture Roundup

    Texas Real Estate Business

    Designers talk shop about the future of architecture in Texas. TREB sat down with Kirksey's Scott Wilkinson and two other architects active throughout the state to talk about the current market and the impact of the economic downturn on development.

  • 19 FEB 2010 Malarkey Named AIA 'Young Architect'

    Texas Architect

    Brian Malarkey, AIA, of Kirksey in Houston is among nine honorees in this year’s list of AIA “Young Architects.” The Young Architects Award is given to individuals who have shown exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the profession in an early stage of their architectural career.

  • 01 FEB 2010 Transform Your Parking Lot

    Parking Today

    by Jennifer Walker, Jeff Chapman, and Julie Hendricks

    If Houston is perceived as ugly by many, acres and acres of parking certainly play a key role in that perception. Beauty is important, but in this case it’s only one small aspect of Houston’s parking lot problem.

  • 27 DEC 2009 Deal of the Week

    Houston Chronicle

    Law firm moves to a new home...Kirksey Architects designed Dobrowski's interior space with contemporary lines, incorporating dark wood and textured stone features.

  • 01 OCT 2009 LEED Marches Ahead

    Texas Real Estate Business

    “When the USGBC started out, their mission was to transform the marketplace — the accreditation program being one of the pieces...If you think about it, that’s what they did in the most amazing, effective way by getting everyone involved,” Malarkey says.

    Texas Real Estate Business
  • 01 SEP 2009 Panning for Gold

    Southwest Contractor

    Golden Nugget addition injects economic stimulus into downtown. The 25-story Rush Tower is the first new hotel tower in years for downtown Las Vegas.

    Southwest Contractor: Panning for Gold
  • 01 JUL 2009 A Clear Vision

    Texas Architect

    The Kirksey design team successfully balanced energy, sophisticated client requirements, and ample daylight and visual connections to the exterior in this new glass-wrapped Eye Institute.

  • 15 APR 2009 Galveston's 27-Story Palisade Palms Tops Out

    Texas Construction

    Galveston Island’s Palisade Palms high-rise project recently celebrated a topping out.

    Galveston's 27-Story Palisade Palms Tops Out
  • 01 MAR 2009 TREB's Trends in Architecture Survey

    Texas Real Estate Business

    Current trends in the commercial real estate market. Interview with Bob Inaba, AIA, director of design, and Scott Wilkinson, AIA, commercial team leader, of Kirksey Architecture.

  • 01 FEB 2009 Urban Growth Equals Smart Growth

    Texas Construction

    Redeveloping urban core and mixed-use projects continue to show payoff.

  • 05 JAN 2009 Gulf States Toyota project still rolling

    Houston Chronicle

    Amid a tough environment for car sales, Houston-based Gulf States Toyota, affiliate of Friedkin Cos., is developing a 16-acre corporate headquarters in west Houston to consolidate 600 employees.

  • 16 DEC 2008 Houstonian completes $7.1M guest room makeover

    Houston Business Journal

    The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa has completed a $7.1 million guest room renovation that features energy-efficient updates. The renovation work was overseen by Houston-based Kirksey architecture.

  • 14 DEC 2008 Brazosport College hires architect

    The Facts

    Brazosport College regents approved contracts with Kirksey Architecture to design the Byron and Sandra Sadler Health Professions and Science Building and the Dow Academic Center.

  • 08 NOV 2008 Kirksey gives The Houstonian a warm feel

    Houston Chronicle

    Warm hues, rich fabrics and wood furniture set a residential tone in the newly renovated rooms of The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa in the Galleria area.

  • 10 SEP 2008 Gift to downtown YMCA lets building plans proceed

    Houston Chronicle

    An uplifting gift for downtown Y - A major gift from the Tellepsen family will pave the way for a new building around the corner from the old one; The Houston-based Kirksey architecture firm designed the structure, which will have more than 100,000 square feet and include a teen center, child watch area, pools, a gymnasium with five racquetball courts, community meeting space, exercise rooms and a cafe. A parking garage with more than 200 spaces will be attached to the building.

    Gift to downtown YMCA lets building plans proceed
  • 25 MAY 2007 Green architects awarded for their work

    Houston Chronicle

    Many of the winners of the recently announced American Institute of Architects Houston 2007 Design Awards have gone green with recycled materials, energy-saving features and designs that respect surroundings and tradition.

    Green architects awarded for their work
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