Midway has started construction on the second phase of the Century Square mixed-used development which brought retail, multifamily, office space and two hotels to a prominent site near Texas A&M University. Midway’s project team for Phase II includes Kirksey Architecture, architect; OJB Landscape Architects, landscape architect; Keys & Walsh Construction, general contractor.
As students report for a new school year Aug. 15, its first high school class of ninth graders will head to the new back building — dubbed Steadfast Hall — for their classes. Construction on the latest project began in 2020 during the pandemic from a $30 million capital campaign.
Chevron Phillips Chemical will conduct a $60 million renovation at its new six-story headquarters in The Woodlands, according to an Aug. 1 filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. Kirksey Architecture will take on the renovation, which will encompass almost all six floors, or 324,000 square feet of the property.
In 2018, the Round Rock School District passed a bond proposal that included funding for a competitive swimming pool facility. Located in a northern suburb of Austin, Texas, the project would serve a large school district that for many years has been one of the fastest-growing districts in Texas. Michael La Nasa is Associate Vice President, director of K-12 Projects at the Central Texas office of Kirksey Architecture, the firm that was hired by Round Rock ISD to design its new pool facility.
As Central Texas directors, Dalton and colleague Kathleen Jircik oversee professionals for Houston-based Kirksey in both Austin and San Antonio. Sustainability is a major emphasis for the firm, which can be seen in its design of the Alamo City offices of credit union Credit Human, which has solar panels on the roof and a water recycling system that reclaims 100,000-plus gallons of water, reducing the building's potable water usage by 97%.
Comal County’s new public health and emergency operations center is expected to begin construction in October, architects told county officials on Thursday. The $25.2 million project will expand the Goodwin Annex near Business 35 and Loop 337.
Yellowstone hosted a ribbon-cutting celebration on its newly-remodeled 4-acre campus, which includes more than 50 classrooms, learning centers, playgrounds and green spaces, two multipurpose centers, a library, music room, art studio and innovation hub.
The University of Houston is preparing to unveil its newly renovated and expanded on-campus hotel following a $30.4 million construction project. The project was designed by Houston-based Kirksey, and California-based DPR Construction served as general contractor.
The Pearl is expanding again. A city panel on Wednesday approved new plans by the redevelopers of the former brewery campus for a mid-rise apartment tower north of the property. The multifamily project is planned for a 2-acre industrial site at 102 E. Josephine St., which sits along the Museum Reach of the River Walk in the booming Tobin Hill neighborhood.
The Watermark at Houston Heights, the firstÉlan Collection in Texas, presents an independent and assisted living senior community aimed at residents seeking a vibrant and active lifestyle up to, well, as long as they can. Highly tech-enabled , the concept focuses on aging in place, rewarding healthy living, access to senior and longevity resources, and top healthcare providers under one roof.
Houston-based Kelsey-Seybold Clinic began 2023 with the opening of a new location in The Grid, the 192-acre mixed-use district developed on the site of the former Texas Instruments campus in Stafford. The two-story, 33,000-square-foot facility is at 11211 Nexus Ave., just off the Southwest Freeway. Houston-based Kirksey Architecture and Gamma Construction Co. worked on the facility, a Kelsey-Seybold spokesperson confirmed. The clinic currently employs 41 people, including nine physicians, and plans to have approximately 75 staff at full capacity.
The Lexington, a 40-unit condo building at 2419 Mimosa, is around the corner from another project by Pelican, which has developed condos and townhomes in Houston for decades. The company announced plans to break ground on The Lexington in the first quarter, after recently completing sales at The Revere.
The buildings, located just east of Kirby Drive and south of San Felipe next to The Huntingdon condo tower, are among four recent developments designed in collaboration with Houston-based Kirksey Architecture.
Mays Business School is committed to becoming the preeminent public business school in the nation—and its new Business Education Complex (BEC) is a key part of that effort. In addition to the Wehner Building, the complex will include a new state-of-the-art building and inviting outdoor spaces.