Value

Efficiency, adaptability, flexibility, shared use, cost of ownership, use of materials, and life-cycle cost are some of the considerations in providing building intelligibility and enhanced value. Describe specifically how this project provides enhanced value.

Academy ISD—Academy Intermediate School

Academy ISD—Academy Intermediate School

This compact 61,000 sq foot facility for grades 3–5 shares a site with an existing campus in a rapidly growing community. The project challenge was to design the new campus to meet current and future growth within approximately 10 usable acres without compromising instructional program goals. Designers collaborated with District staff and administration to create innovative solutions and to design a one-of-a-kind facility that will serve students in this community for years.

Deer Park ISD—Deer Park High School North Campus

Deer Park ISD—Deer Park High School North Campus

The High School campus has a rich history and the site is composed of a series of additions over the past 86 years. These additions eventually formed a sprawling facility. The renovation successfully realized the unification of spaces, the modernization of function and learning, and the reduction of its ecological footprint. Elements of the building were preserved and incorporated in unique ways to help join the architectural past with its inspiring academic future.

Pasadena ISD—Dennis L. Shippey Aquatic Center

Pasadena ISD—Dennis L. Shippey Aquatic Center

The Dennis Shippey Aquatic Center is a new building located at the existing Pasadena ISD Veterans Memorial Sports Complex site in Pasadena, Texas. The 24,000 sf facility serves as the competition swimming and diving pool for the District’s aquatic athletics department. The 37-meter pool allows the District to host both high school level swimming and diving competitions simultaneously.

San Jacinto Community College—Maritime Technology and Training Center

San Jacinto Community College—Maritime Technology and Training Center

Community Meeting Spaces; Maritime Introduction, Academic Courses; Training Curriculum with Pilot Simulators; U.S.C.G. Certification Courses. Site features include: U.S.C.G. Aquatic Training Facility with Dressing Rooms, Life Boat: Davit, Boat Ramp & Canal Concrete Bulkhead, Tug Boat Industry Added Docking Pier to Meet Facility Designed Hurricane Codes, Simulation Labs, Radar/Navigation, Full + Mini-Bridge, Galley, Liquid Cargo + Joint Control Rooms.