LEED Gold New Construction

Houston, Texas


947,000 sf

Project Features
  • Office space
  • Conference center
  • Energy hubs
  • Fitness center
  • Lounge
  • Auditorium
Situated on a 10 acre campus, this confidential energy headquarters consists of an interiors remodel of a base building and new construction. Kirksey planned, designed and implemented this campus for the Trammell Crow Company. A curving skybridge connects both buildings, allowing easy access to the multi-purpose town hall and shared amenities.

Tower One included 497,000 sf of corporate interiors and base building improvements to an existing building. The project received LEED Gold for New Construction.

Tower Two is a new 450,000 sf partial podium building over an 8-level parking garage. The company prides itself on a healthy work environment, so the town hall easily converts to a full-use basketball court for employees, a banquet hall and a space for company meetings, complete with a large green roof. The custom town hall ceiling is composed of a metal frame “cloud series” system, created from recycled water bottles. The interior space of each tower represents the essence of the company's activitis as the core concept, with abstract designs of the Earth’s strata and rock, and each floor showcases different stone accents for wayfinding. The completed project offers enhanced opportunities for Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Preparedness, Project Implementation, and employee Health and Well-being through the details of the design. Within its peer group, the confidential campus is exceptional.
Paul Newsoroff, AIA 713 426 7444
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Paul has managed more than 50 commercial projects and worked with numerous high profile clients since joining Kirksey in 2004. Paul's deep roots in the commercial office building sector and penchant for unmatched client service make him one of Kirksey's top project managers.

  • ASID Texas Gulf Coast Award, Corporate Office, Best in Show, 2016
  • ASID Texas Gulf Coast Award, Architectural Feature or Element, 2016