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The Baylor CCI Canine Training Center at Irving will establish a refuge to prepare service canines for their roles to assist people with disabilities
th+a’s intelligent design process begins internally. We start by building a strong and balanced team, guided by highly involved leadership and driven by creativity, critical thought and collaboration.
Then we provide tools – such as the th+a Project Process – to ensure that work is consistently completed to a high standard of quality.
Finally, we hone our efficiency through constant evaluation and improvement of our standards and processes.
The benefit to our clients? A team which provides agility, consistency and quality in design.
A properly planned and designed environment is an incredibly powerful tool. When crafted to serve as an active participant in the processes which define it, a building has a remarkably measurable impact – to the point of enhancing the outcome of an inpatient stay, or improving student test scores. The key to achieving a highly fu...learn more >>
VALLEY VIEW EARLY LEARNING CENTER
W. A. BLAIR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Interior design is integral to any project’s success, no matter the size, and may be measured in both visual appeal and practicality of use. When done correctly, the interior design of a space will lend productivity, flexibility and comfort to the user both now and far into the future. th+a’s team of interior designers are ex...learn more >>
Jeanie Borlaug Laube Early Head Start School
BAYLOR HEALTH CARE SYSTEM PROJECTS
Our clients trust us to make the most of their financial, physical and human capital, and to pair their vision with rigorous research, insightful techniques and sustainable opportunities. This responsibility demands a thorough understanding of each client’s business case and target destination, and the ability to synthesize that kn...learn more >>
Castle Hills YMCA
Environmental responsibility is a cornerstone of our practice. As architects, we recognize the significant influence we have on the built environment as it relates not only to the quality of one’s experience within the space, but also to the health of the building’s occupants. We are healthcare experts in that we design healt...learn more >>
ST. JOHN’S EPISCOPAL SCHOOL
Highline Community College Child Development Center
To foster community support and inspire a base of loyal donors, a capital campaign must effectively demonstrate the integrity of an opportunity. Our understanding of a project’s history, design solutions and stakeholders makes th+a a uniquely valuable development resource. Our firm’s leadership, architectural team and graphic...learn more >>
YMCA of Greenville
Todd Howard was honored in College Station, Texas with the Outstanding Alumni Award by the Texas A&M College of Architecture.
He is one of six former students recognized as leaders of their respective fields while making significant public service contributions. Less than one percent of the college’s 15,000 plus former students have been recognized as outstanding alumni, the highest honor bestowed by the college to former students.We'll post more as images and video clips from the October 17 event are made available. In the meantime, learn more about the award from the college's announcement this summer. Congratulations, Todd!
Dedication and resourcefulness were key factors in Jeremy Webb’s successful finish at the Tough Mudder run this month. Of course, these attributes also make him a great project coordinator and future architect. Well done, sir!
So tell us meek and un-athletic folks what the Tough Mudder is all about.
Jeremy: Tough Mudder Dallas was a 10-mile 20-obstacle course designed by British Special Forces. It involved, among other obstacles, a sub-freezing ice bath, an electroshock obstacle and the Mud Mile, which included at least 10 pits of liquid mud about eight feet deep that all “Mudders” had to work together to overcome.
Why on Earth did you want to do it?
To me, Tough Mudder was about taking my physical and mental toughness to a new level; proving to myself that I could do it and help others prove that they c...