March 24, 2017

Directory of Texas Architects Who Design Medical Office Buildings

If you are looking for an architectural firm with plans on building or expanding on a Medical Office Buildings in Texas, here is a directory of architects who are experienced in designing Medical Office Buildings.

An architectural firm with this background has learned what works and what doesn’t. They also understand the unique needs of building in Texas as well as the local building code requirements. This know-how extends beyond the design, to address key factors such as budget constraints, best construction practices and the long-term performance of the building.    

We think you’ll find this list a helpful start.

 

Abell+Crozier+Davis Architects

San Antonio

Acuform, LLC

San Antonio

ALBERS CHANG ARCHITECTS

Houston

AMB Architects

Houston

American Construction Investigations, Ltd.

Houston

ANPH Inc Architects & Planners

Dallas

Archiphy

Dallas

Architectural Concepts, Inc.

Hurst

Barham Architects, LLC

Tyler

Barley & Pfeiffer Architects

Austin

Booziotis & Company Architects

Dallas

Brinkley Sargent Wiginton Architects, Inc

Dallas

CamargoCopeland Architects LLP

Dallas

Cameron Alread, Architect Inc.

Fort Worth

Canada & Associates, Architecture

Fischer

Charles Harper FAIA Architect

Wichita Falls

Condray Design Group, Inc.

Lubbock

Corgan

Dallas

Cornerstone Architects

Austin

Cross Timbers Architects, Inc.

Flower Mound

Daniels & Lovelady Architecture, Inc.

Hurst

De Witt Architects

San Antonio

DLB Architect

Austin

Dorland Carol Shelton, AIA, CCS, Architect

Fort Worth

Downing Ferguson Peeples, LLC

Austin

Drewry Martin, Inc.

San Antonio

Durand-Hollis Rupe Architects

San Antonio

D|G Studios

Houston

EDI International, PC

Houston

Element Architects

Katy

English + Associates Architects, Inc.

Houston

Fehr Grossman Cox Architects, Inc.

Houston

FIRM-K Architecture

North Richland Hills

Fitzpatrick Architects

Tyler

FJLC & Associates

Fort Worth

Gary Baker & Associates, LLC

WIchita Falls

Halbach*Dietz Architects

Fort Worth

Harry Gendel Architects

Houston

HPD Architecture LLC

Dallas

HRO Architects LLC

Cedar Hill

Identity Architects Inc.

Houston

Inventure Design

Houston

Jacobs & Associates

Plano

James F. Tyson, Architect

Kerrville

Jennings Hackler and Partners, Inc.

Garland

JMS Architects, Inc.

San Antonio

KAHickman Architects and Interior Designers, LLC.

Round Rock

Kirksey Architecture

Houston

Kittner & Pate Design Associates

Waco

Larsen Dye Associates Architects

Irving

Laurie Murphy Architect, PLLC

Fort Worth

Madeline Anz Slay Architecture PLLC

San Antonio

Magee Architects, Inc.

Fort Worth

Mayse & Associates, Inc.

Dallas

McCall & Associates-AIA-Architects

San Antonio

MDN Architects

San Antonio

Megamorphosis Architecture & Interior Design

Harlingen

Melvin L. Dryden, Architect

Dallas

ML REID Architects, Inc.

Houston

Morris Architects, Inc.

Houston

Neos Architects

Houston

NoackLittle architecture and interiors

Austin

One Group Design, LP

Irving

Philo Wilke Partnership

Houston

Quorum Architects, Inc.

Fort Worth

Randall Scott Architects, Inc.

Richardson

Rees Associates, Inc.

Dallas

Rhode Partners Architects

Austin

Robert W. Burnham, Architect

Spring

Roe Design Group, LLC

Fort Worth

SG Design, Inc.

Dallas

SLA Architects

Wichita Falls

SmithGroupJJR

Dallas

Stephen J. Kramer Architecture & Design

San Antonio

Sustaita Architects. Inc.

Houston

t. howard + associates architects, inc.

Dallas

The Arkitex Studio Inc

Bryan

The Bommarito Group, Inc.

Austin

Thomas Architects

Plano

Thorn+Graves Architects, PLLC

San Antonio

tma Architecture

Fort Worth

Upchurch Architects Inc

Brenham

Vandergriff Group Architects, PC

Midland

William Peck & Associates, Inc.

Lewsiville

William Tamminga Architects AIA

Austin

Ziga Architecture Studio, PLLC

San Antonio

When you are planning a building for a Medical Office you have several unique needs. In addition to energy efficiency, sustainability, and safety, Medical Office Buildings are designed for a much longer life than most other types of buildings. The innovative Bautex Wall System is designed to meet the needs of Medical Office Buildings. If you are planning a one to three story building you should learn more about the Bautex Wall System to see if it’s a better choice for your project.  Learn more here.


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