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    Jane Justin Soccer Field House, TCU

    Jane Justin Soccer Field House, TCU | Graphics | Architecture | Construction Administration

    The Jane Justin Field House transforms the facilities for the Woman’s Soccer Program at TCU housed in residual space under the bleachers into a modern facility for athletes and coaches as well as a landmark building within the athletic complex. It also connects to the existing bleacher seating and fan facilities with an elevated walkway creating premium seating and event spaces.

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    Tennis Center, SMU

    Tennis Center, SMU | Architecture | Construction Administration | Graphics

    The new Tennis Center at SMU features six outdoor courts with spectator seating and an indoor facility with an equal number of courts. There are 417 promenade level seats outdoors and 246 seats at the indoor courts. Space is available for future seating.

    Indoor spaces include locker rooms, fitness and training areas, concessions and administrative offices.

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    Mary Couts Burnett Library Exterior – TCU

    Mary Couts Burnett Library Exterior – TCU | Architecture | Construction Administration | Facility Assessment | Interior Design

    This library addition and renovation includes a 20,000 square foot, three-level addition and renovations to 24,500 square feet on four levels. Through the design, HHS, in conjunction with Cannon Design Group, is providing a new main entrance to the facility and re-skinning the existing facade of the 1980s wing to match the new addition. The design includes a bridge to a new instructional building, scheduled to be completed in August 2014.

    Part of the renovation includes converting the building to a 24/7 facility that can also utilize the connected instructional building for additional study space. The instructional building and the new library space are part of a larger initiative on campus to create the Intellectual Commons.

    TCU is removing 1.3 million volumes of materials to off-site storage in order to create more space for students within the library. There are various types of spaces including small group study rooms, video editing suites, video screening rooms, expanded computer centers, and a “sandbox,” where students are introduced to the latest examples of new technology.

    An emphasis on emerging technology is evident through the New Technology Demonstration areas and an expanded Technology Services office offering hardware and software help for students. The library also includes an improved cafe with indoor and outdoor seating as well as updated archival facilities on-site for the University’s most valuable materials.

    Our team master planned the library for future renovation of the 1920s and 1950s wings to complete a comprehensive renovation of the campus library.

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    Umphrey Lee Center, SMU

    Umphrey Lee Center, SMU | Interior Design

    This project encompasses upgrades to the Umphrey Lee Center on the SMU Campus. The scope includes a dramatic face lift for the Ballroom and Pre-Function space located on the 3rd Floor. Enhancements include not only the aesthetic improvements but architectural elements such as new windows, new restroom design, new mechanical units, lighting, audio-video upgrades, as well as improvements to the 2nd floor public spaces and outdoor landscaping.

    The Ballroom and Pre-Function space will serve not only SMU students but be utilized for outside public events. The design pays careful attention to the campus’ Georgian detailing, while placing importance on durability and maintenance.

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    Brite Divinity School , TCU

    Brite Divinity School , TCU | Architecture | Programming / Strategic Planning | Interior Design | Construction Administration

    Harrison Hall is a 26,600 sf addition to the TCU Brite Divinity School. Located behind the Carr Chapel complex the new building creates a courtyard that provides both a link and gathering space for special events held at either the new Harrison Hall or the Carr Chapel.

    The building is carefully sited to preserve the oldest elm tree in North Texas and as part of the site renovation, a meditation garden is located adjacent to the elm. Harrison Hall Is three stories of classrooms and administrative/faculty offices that compliments the Schools operations in the Moore Building which is part of the Carr Chapel complex.

    In addition to the classrooms and administrative offices the new facility has a multi-purpose room on the first level that can be divided into as many as three rooms for a variety of functions and as a single room can hold 150 people.