Madison High School serves as a major academic hub for 2,100 students and faculty. The 264,000-square-foot facility is constructed on the high school’s existing site and offers career pathways in environmental science professions and robotics. The design concept stems from the desire for the school to be the flexible core of the community, projecting a positive future for its students.
Huitt-Zollars provided professional architectural and engineering services to perform a comprehensive facility condition assessment of the 3-story Harris County Flood Control District’s Administration Building in Houston, Texas. The building is approximately 52,000 GSF. The Project included the architectural and engineering assessment including the following elements: architectural building envelope, roof, and finishes; code and ADA issues; structural assessment and 3D model; parking and site assessment; and mechanical, electrical, and plumbing equipment and systems.
Huitt-Zollars provided professional architectural and engineering services to perform a comprehensive facility condition assessment of the Harris County's Family Law Building in downtown Houston, Texas. The building is seven stories and approximately 110,00 GSF. The assessment included the following elements: architectural building envelope, roof, and finishes; structural assessment; code and ADA issues; and mechanical, electrical, and plumbing equipment and systems.
Huitt-Zollars provided professional architectural and engineering services to the City of Huntsville, Texas for the task of performing a comprehensive facility condition assessment of City-owned facilities. The Project included the architectural and engineering assessment for approximately 101,000 square feet of facilities listed below, including the following elements: architectural building envelope and finishes, mechanical, electrical and plumbing equipment and systems. Visual inspections will be performed at each City facility to document existing conditions, occupancy, parking and defi
Huitt-Zollars was selected as the prime design firm to provide final civil, structural, and architectural design and post-design construction services as part of a design-build team for the downtown segment of the Light Rail Transit (LRT) project. The project includes six separate LRT station platforms. Huitt-Zollars' responsibilities included design supervision to complete the design of rail, roadway reconstruction, storm drain modeling and design, sidewalks, illumination, walls, drainage impact studies, design of one new bridge, design of three additional bridge reconstructions, and permi
Huitt-Zollars provided site development, grading, utility infrastructure, storm drainage, and storm detention services. The City of Austin, Water and Wastewater Division approved utility improvements. Based on a change in use and configuration of the previously platted lots, the project included vacating several utility easements, relocating water and wastewater, fire and domestic services to the property. Utilities were constructed after street cut permits were issued, and all applicable easements and permits were in place.
The 1111 Pennsylvania Ave project is a medical office building in the heart of the Fort Worth Medical District in Fort Worth, Texas. Stacked as two stories of medical offices on top of two stories of parking spaces, and a first floor for retail and additional office space, this distinctive building will replace an aging single-story one. Offering over 63,000 square-feet and 112 parking spaces this building will change the streetscape of Pennsylvania Ave for the better. Huitt-Zollars provided full architectural, engineering, and construction administration services for this project.
As part of an overall campus expansion and update, a new 9-story patient care tower was designed to integrate with the existing 1-story 1970’s vintage hospital and a 1980’s 4-story addition. The Heart and Vascular Institute occupies 93,486 square-feet on three floors of the new 300,000 square-foot tower. Floor seven and half of floor eight have 65 private beds, with the remainder of the eighth floor containing cardiac non-invasive diagnostic capabilities, including nuclear camera, ultra-fast CT, echo cardiology, holter monitoring and trans-telephonic assistance.
Located mid-campus on the Houston Medical Center, the MD Anderson Cancer Center Administrative Building is a significant component of an area slated for substantial expansion. Morris, a Huitt-Zollars company, provided interior architecture design services. The 420,000-GSF build-out on 7 shelled floors provided administrative office functions, shared conference rooms, break rooms and break out spaces. Over 40 separate tenant groups were integrated along with nearly 2,000 staff members from multiple MD Anderson facilities.
The original scope of work included only the Day Room renovation and the addition of a dedicated Pediatrics and Adolescent Seclusion Room. However, before design of the Day Room began, the Huitt-Zollars team worked with the users to understand their ultimate goals and created a master plan of the space, in order to ensure that future needs could be accommodated. The master plan was utilized in a marketing effort aimed at private donors, and was ultimately incorporated into the scope of the project.