Gracewood rescues children and their single mothers, ensuring a bright future by providing home, hope and healing. (Learn More)
Gracewood, located in Houston’s Spring Branch, is expanding their facilities to provide additional assistance to single mothers and their children.
Since Gracewood relies on donations to sustain its growth and progress, they have trusted Masa Studio Architects’ Emily Ledbetter and Mark Adkins with their projects. They have recently begun the third building in their expansion plan which includes a new Administrative Building and Community Center. To ensure they’re honoring their benefactors’ and donors’ generosity, Gracewood is very prudent about how they spend the donations and trust Masa Studio Architects to assist them.
As this building will be housing the new administrative offices and community center, energy efficiency and long-term operation and maintenance cost are of paramount importance.
With this in mind, Masa Studio Architecture chose the Bautex Block Wall System for this expansion project as it provides building occupants with a healthier, safer and more comfortable work environment. Gracewood also benefits from the lower cost of operation and maintenance, and long-term asset value ensuring that they receive the greatest value from their donations. Check back as we’ll have new updates about the project in our project spotlight.