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Directory of Texas Architects Who Design Municipal Buildings

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

Anteno­ra Archi­tects LLP

Austin

ARS-Acces­si­bil­i­ty Resource Spe­cial­ists

Rowlett

Arthur Wein­man, Archi­tect

Fort Worth

Barham Archi­tects, LLC

Tyler

Brink­ley Sar­gent Wig­in­ton Archi­tects, Inc

Dal­las

Brown Reynolds Wat­ford Archi­tects, Inc.

Dal­las

BRW Archi­tects

King­Wood

Camar­go Copeland Archi­tects LLP

Dal­las

Context3

Hous­ton

COTERA+REED ARCHI­TECTS

Austin

Durand-Hol­lis Rupe Archi­tects

San Anto­nio

D|G Stu­dios

Hous­ton

Eng­lish + Asso­ciates Archi­tects, Inc.

Hous­ton

Fish­er Heck Archi­tects

San Anto­nio

Fitz­patrick Archi­tects

Tyler

Halbach*Dietz Archi­tects

Fort Worth

hatch + ulland owen archi­tects

Austin

Hawkins Archi­tec­ture, Inc.

Col­lege Sta­tion

HRO Archi­tects LLC

Cedar Hill

Jen­nings Hack­ler and Part­ners, Inc.

Gar­land

KAHick­man Archi­tects and Inte­ri­or Design­ers, LLC.

Round Rock

Kirk­patrick Archi­tec­ture Stu­dio

Den­ton

Kirk­sey Archi­tec­ture

Hous­ton

Larsen Dye Asso­ciates Archi­tects

Irv­ing

Long Archi­tects, Inc.

Beau­mont

Made­line Anz Slay Archi­tec­ture PLLC

San Anto­nio

Magee Archi­tects, Inc.

Fort Worth

Mayse & Asso­ciates, Inc.

Dal­las

McCall & Asso­ciates-AIA-Archi­tects

San Anto­nio

Mor­ris Archi­tects, Inc.

Hous­ton

Neos Archi­tects

Hous­ton

Ogles­by-Greene, Inc.

Dal­las

Over­land Part­ners

San Anto­nio

Oxley Williams Tharp Archi­tects

Fort Worth

Pat­ter­son Archi­tects, Inc.

Bryan

Quo­rum Archi­tects, Inc.

Fort Worth

Ran­dall Scott Archi­tects, Inc.

Richard­son

Rees Asso­ciates, Inc.

Dal­las

Rit­tiluechai Archi­tec­ture PC

Dal­las

Smith­GroupJJR

Dal­las

Stein­bomer Bramwell & Vrazel, Archi­tects

Austin

The Arki­tex Stu­dio Inc

Bryan

The Bom­mar­i­to Group, Inc.

Austin

Thomas Archi­tects

Plano

Thorn+Graves Archi­tects, PLLC

San Anto­nio

Tit­tle Luther Part­ner­ship | PSC, Inc

Abi­lene

Upchurch Archi­tects Inc

Bren­ham

Van­der­griff Group Archi­tects, PC

Mid­land

VOH Archi­tects

Austin

WKA Archi­tects, Inc.

Dal­las

WKMC Archi­tects, Inc.

Cor­pus Christi

When you are plan­ning a build­ing for a Munic­i­pal Build­ings you have sev­er­al unique needs. In addi­tion to ener­gy effi­cien­cy, sus­tain­abil­i­ty, and safe­ty, Munic­i­pal Build­ings 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 Munic­i­pal 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.