LEED Silver New Construction

Aldine, Texas


42,000 sf

Project Features
  • Call center
  • Communications tower
  • Geothermal HVAC system
  • Low Impact Development stormwater retention

Kirksey programmed and designed the new 42,000-sf Harris County 911 Call Center located in the Aldine area, which will serve Houston for the next 25 years. The call center is part of a larger planned development of the 90-acre East Aldine District's Town Center. The building and building systems will be designed to operate before, during, and after a hurrican with winds up to 155 mph. A 400 ft communications tower and an innovative geothermal HVAC system are also featured, along with an on-site Low Impact Development system for stormwater retention.

Benito Guerrier, AIA 713 426 7407
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Benito oversees Kirksey’s Government Projects and business development efforts for all public projects in Texas, and has dedicated his decades long career at Kirksey to ensuring the satisfaction of our client base. He frequently interacts with policy makers and government officials when managing the firm’s public projects, thereby promoting firm awareness and environmentally responsible design. Benito has also been involved with several community organizations committed to enhancing the quality of life in the Houston region.