Gregg County ArenaGregg County Arena | Graphics | Programming / Strategic Planning | Master Planning
Multi-use Arena to accommodate 6,000 people for rodeo, basketball and multitude of concert venues. The building will also include exhibit space, banquet kitchen and meeting rooms.
Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford is Design Architect for project, teamed with local architectural /engineering firm, Johnson & Pace.
Fort Worth Police Mounted Patrol Equestrian FacilityFort Worth Police Mounted Patrol Equestrian Facility | Architecture | Construction Administration | Facility Assessment | Graphics | Programming / Strategic Planning | Master Planning
Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford designed a facility that houses both offices and stables for the Mounted Patrol unit. The facility has 5,600 SF of office space for officers and staff and 17,000 SF of conditioned barn space for the horses. The office space contains locker rooms, a community room and some exhibit space. The complex, located in northwest Fort Worth along North Las Vegas Trail, is in a rural area with pasture and horse runs adjacent to the building.
“This was an important opportunity to create a new facility for the Mounted Patrol that houses ample stalling capacity for the horses with run-out space as well to ensure the horses can perform their best,” David Stanford, AIA, principal designer, said.
Heart O’ Texas ColiseumHeart O’ Texas Coliseum | Architecture | Construction Administration | Facility Assessment | Master Planning | Programming / Strategic Planning
Prior to renovation, this Coliseum (circa 1950) had been host to rodeo, hockey, and concert events. Project features include a new “ring” addition with updated entrances, administrative, locker areas, concessions, and an expanded observation bar and club.
At the existing facility, HVAC systems were provided, code issues addressed, and updated lighting/ sound systems installed. The exterior of the original coliseum was re-skinned with metal and the addition faced in masonry. The new image of the building is one of a first class events venue that reflects the proud heritage of Central Texas.
This project was the first phase of a multi-phased project for the Heart O’ Texas Fairgrounds. Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford served as Design Architect for this project and Architect-of-Record was RBDR.
Will Rogers Memorial Center Multi-Purpose BuildingWill Rogers Memorial Center Multi-Purpose Building | Architecture | Programming / Strategic Planning | Interior Design | Master Planning | Construction Administration | Graphics
The Will Rogers Memorial Center needed more space for parking and equestrian operations to compete with newer and larger venues nationwide, but with a lack of expansion space at the site, the solution was a multi-level, multi-purpose facility. A new two-story, 105,800-square-foot parking building was designed with a lower level that can support horse stalls and a light-filled upper level that can be configured with practice arenas. The new structure is connected to the existing buildings with a covered area, while an underground tunnel system connecting the buildings allows the movement of animals and equipment.