Xavier Chapel

This massive 400-seat church sanctuary with vaulting octagonal ceilings and detailed limestone walls was built with a completely hidden infrastructure. Indirect light filters in through the numerous perforated aluminum chancel screens and art glass throughout. The $10 million dollar project won the 2013 ABC National and Local Excellence in Construction Awards, 2013 AIA New Orleans Honor Award, 2013 AIA Connecticut Honor Award, 2013 Light & Architecture Design Award, 2013 IESNYC Lumen Award of Citation for the Use of Light to Transform Architecture, and the 2016 AIA Religious Art & Architecture Design Award.

Methodist Hospital – Woodlands

Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital located in The Woodlands, suburb of Houston, Texas is a 470,000 square foot hospital which opened July, 2017 at a cost of $380 million. The project also included a 135,000 square foot medical building. Houston Methodist The Woodlands is the eighth in the Houston Methodist system, offering the community a full-service, acute care hospital with many of the same services as their flagship hospital in the Texas Medical Center.

McCarran Airport

The air traffic control tower at McCarran Airport replaced a 200 foot outdated control tower. The new tower is taller – 352 feet instead of the previous 200 feet – and provides a clean view of the area around the airport, as well as 14-foot-tall windows without support beams getting in the way. At a cost of $99 million, the new tower is one of the tallest in the nation.

Lackland Ambulatory Care Center

The Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center located at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio is the largest outpatient ambulatory care center in the Department of Defense.
The $380 million, state-of-the-art treatment center, which spans almost 700,000 square-feet includes four wings, connected by an airport-style concourse, and houses more than 25 outpatient clinics and clinic services.

Pinnacle

The L’auberge Casino Hotel is a 575-acre tract that Pinnacle Entertainment developed adjacent to the Mississippi River in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Designed to capture the feel of a Southern river lodge, the development includes a 74,000 square-foot gaming facility that floats in a man-made lake next to the river channel. The design specified building the casino on three barges connected by structural steel cross bracings that would float in a man-made lake excavated next to a 20-foot tall, 200-foot wide levee. The $368 million project opened in September 2012.

Moody Center

Moody Center for the Arts is a 50,000 square feet-$30 million project in Houston, Texas located on the campus of Rice University. The multi-disciplinary arts building opened February 24, 2017. Architect Michael Maltzan’s two-story structure combines a substantial jumble of intersecting rectangles clad in charcoal-gray brick and a glass-walled first floor. Cut-outs in two of the building’s corners hold steel sculptures inspired by Rice’s lush tree canopy provide an iconic feature.

Cy Fair HS

Cypress-Fairbanks High School #11 (Cypress Park High School) is a 592,000 square foot high school located in Houston, Texas. The $128 million project consist of four buildings–a three-story academic building, a community building for fine arts and indoor athletics, a dining facility and utility plant building.

Bostco

BOSTCO (Battleground Oil Specialty Terminal Company) 185 acre facility is located in La Porte, Texas on the Houston Ship Channel. Construction began on Dec. 14, 2011, and initial startup of operations was October 8, 2013. The first phase of the project included construction of 51 storage tanks that have a capacity of 6.5 million barrels for handling residual fuel, feedstocks, distillates and other black oils, and 6 storage tanks for holding distillate products. The project includes deep draft docks enabling BOSTCO customers to utilize the largest ships capable of accessing the Houston Ship Channel.

Alvin Stadium

Freedom Field is a $41.4 million football stadium located in Alvin, Texas. The 10,280-seat stadium is under construction and is scheduled to open in the Summer of 2018. The stadium will feature an alumni center in the end zone, a parking lot for 2,500 vehicles and a transportation station for buses. Designs for the stadium feature artificial turf, an open concourse for watching games, a two-story press box for scouts and reporters and a 500-seat alumni center offering choice VIP seating in either an elevated indoor facility or rooftop terrace seating overlooking the field.

Dynamo Stadium

BBVA Compass Stadium is a soccer-specific stadium located in Houston, Texas. It is home to Houston Dynamo, a Major League Soccer club, the Houston Dash of the National Women’s Soccer League and to the Texas Southern Tiger’s football team. The Stadium has a capacity of 22,039 seats, including 34 private suites, 1,100 club seats, Premium Club, dedicated supporters stand, and food court.

Architecturally, the stadium features a faceted facade of expanded metal mesh with orange polycarbonate enclosed entrances and spectator facilities that reflects the industrial heritage of the East Downtown location.

Manhattan Construction broke ground on the $95 million project on February 5, 2011. BBVA Compass Stadium opened on May 12, 2012