Corgan

Corgan is a leading architecture and design firm with a human-centered approach, a deep technical experience and a reputation for great service to our clients, our people and our communities. Consistently ranked as one of the top five architecture firms, we listen to our clients and transform their insights into structures and spaces that inspire, inform and innovate. For eight decades, Corgan has developed special expertise in aviation, commercial, data centers, education, healthcare and interior design projects. Our approach to all these spaces is singular: to create unique environments where our clients thrive. We’ve planned and designed places where people live, work and play. At Corgan, we believe we are part of something greater than ourselves and that our work should have a positive impact on the world. We combine a sound functional business approach with a sensitivity to aesthetic value, sustainability, and human experience that leads to highly successful, lasting environments.

Argyle ISD—Argyle Middle School

Argyle ISD—Argyle Middle School

New 2-story Middle School including Educational space, Library, Band hall, Competition & Practice Gymnasiums and Outdoor Practice Field with Track for 1,000 students.

Arlington ISD—Diane Patrick Elementary

Arlington ISD—Diane Patrick Elementary

New elementary school for 900 students, with outdoor play areas (play courts, two playgrounds and grass play field). The school has a STEM curriculum focus.

Arlington ISD—Sandy McNutt Elementary

Arlington ISD—Sandy McNutt Elementary

New ground-up two story Elementary School includes academic classrooms, collaboration areas for both students and faculty, Gymnasium, Cafeteria, Media Center, grand learning staircase, and exterior courtyard with fabric shade canopy & tiered seating.

Denison ISD–Denison High School

Denison ISD–Denison High School

New construction of a two-story, replacement High School including classrooms, library, cafeteria, three gymnasiums, a 640 seat Auditorium, fine art spaces, an Indoor Athletic Center, and out door baseball, softball, track, soccer and tennis facilities.

Denton ISD—Rodriguez Middle School

The 176,000-square-foot Rodriguez Middle School amplifies freedom of choice through flexible environments and transparency to create successful, well-rounded learners. Each grade level is separated into its own classroom wing, including adaptive collaboration spaces and a learning stair, which can be used for small group projects, lecture seating or an independent study area.

Duncanville ISD—Willam Lee Hastings Elementary

Duncanville ISD—Willam Lee Hastings Elementary

New Replacement 2-Story Elementary School including Education Space, Library & Learning Courtyard.

Frisco ISD—Charles Pearson Middle School

Frisco ISD—Charles Pearson Middle School

New middle school with grade level classroom communities, outdoor courtyard and supporting spaces

Frisco ISD—Coy Miller Elementary

Frisco ISD—Coy Miller Elementary

New Elementary School with Gymnasium, Cafeteria, Library and Classrooms

Frisco ISD—Debra Nelson Middle School

A fast-growing school district with more than 55,000 students currently enrolled has built more than 30 schools in the last ten years. To support this fast growth, Nelson Middle School is a progression of a school prototype, accommodating 1,000 sixth through eighth grade students. The school includes classroom communities, an outdoor courtyard and supporting spaces that support the district’s focus on individual student success.

Grand Prairie ISD—Ellen Ochoa STEM Academy at Ben Milam Elementary

Grand Prairie ISD—Ellen Ochoa STEM Academy at Ben Milam Elementary

A new PK-5 STEM Academy. This project is a replacement school combining two existing campuses and an existing gymnasium was incorporated into the new design.

Grand Prairie ISD—Grand Prairie High School

After a years of makeshift additions and renovations, the district commissioned this project to create one unified campus: a destination for the community and a center for innovation and opportunity, with a clear identity and sense of place. Key to its success was the removal of hierarchical barriers and the creation of shared spaces that foster the social and creative skills required for success in today’s professions.

Keller ISD—Keller Center for Advanced Learning

Seeking to create a career technology education center that would support the local community and advance student opportunity, an underutilized school was converted into the 190,000-square-foot Center for Advanced Learning. The building simulates a professional environment with a focus on real-world application, featuring maker spaces, collaborative and experimental learning zones. Seamless integration between renovated and new spaces creates a cohesive and modern learning environment.

Northwest ISD—V.R. Eaton High School

Northwest ISD—V.R. Eaton High School

New comprehensive high school for 2500 students, with an attached Indoor Activity Center and athletic facilities (baseball field, softball field, tennis courts, two practice fields, and competition track). Within the school there are two academies with a curriculum focus; the Academy of Business Management and Entrepreneurship, and the Academy of Aeronautics and Aviation Sciences.

Tyler ISD—Career & Technology Center

Tyler ISD— Career & Technology Center

The Tyler Career Technology Center supports the district high schools where core classes and athletics are held. Two 400 student sessions are accommodated per day. Career pathways emulating real-world environments and STEM curriculum include Business & Industry, Technology, Arts & Hospitality, Healthcare and Public Service.