Brown Reynolds Watford Architects

Brown Reynolds Watford Architects is a creative architecture and planning firm that devises innovative solutions by emphasizing both communication and collaboration throughout the design process. With offices in Dallas, College Station, Houston and San Francisco, BRW has built a powerful portfolio of projects that demonstrates our commitment to meeting and exceeding client expectations while producing quality design.

Arlington ISD—Workman Junior High School

Arlington ISD—Workman Junior High School

The school’s function changed to a junior high school in 1984. During this conversion, the open concept plan was revised to a more traditional classroom making for small classrooms with no windows. The programming effort included community and staff outreach to blend two junior high campuses into a state-of-the-art facility. The new facility includes collaboration spaces, a secure central entry, new STEM labs, right-sized classrooms and an enlarged Dining and Kitchen facility.

Coppell ISD—Coppell Life Safety Park

Coppell ISD—Coppell Life Safety Park

A community, grown over time, had the vision to fund a project, an instrument for teaching and a community based amenity. The mission; to build a unique facility providing hands-on based instruction to school aged children. Life Safety Education is illustrated in a setting, both inviting and familiar to young learners, technology surrounds them and the spaces are creatively scaled to not intimidate them during their experience. It is a one-of-a-kind facility with several ‘hidden’ surprises.

Houston Community College —San Jacinto Memorial High School

Houston Community College —San Jacinto Memorial High School

The scope of the project was to renovate the building, replace all MEP systems and restore the exterior of the building back to its original design. Additions include locker rooms, facilities, new stairs, new MEP and IT systems. Renovations include interior finishes, a state-of-the-art Cardio/Wellness Center, building components, and new modern energy efficient historically appropriate windows. The exterior two-tone masonry coating was removed, restoring the cast stone masonry and limestone.