PBK

For more than 35 years, PBK has served as an award-winning pioneer for architectural and engineering design solutions for clients in education, healthcare, sports and corporate business. With more than 500 design professionals in 14 offices, the firm embraces a unique business culture that prioritizes customer service and approaches each project without preconceived notions in order to deliver custom solutions that effectively address the unique needs of each client.

The industry-leading talent of PBK’s teammates, coupled with the firm’s signature service mentality, enables the firm to provide best-in-class programmers, planners, architects, engineers and consultants that always put the client’s wishes first.

Alvin ISD—JB Hensler College and Career Academy

The CTE Center will prepare students for diverse careers that reflect industry needs by providing advanced labs, workshops and specialized learning environments for Culinary Arts, Information Technology, Cosmetology, Health Professions, Veterinary, Criminal Justice, Construction, HVAC, Auto Tech, and Welding programs. Any student in the district can attend to become more career or college ready by obtaining certifications and college credit before enrolling at an institution of higher learning.

Clear Creek ISD—Challenger Columbia Stadium

Clear Creek ISD—Challenger Columbia Stadium

“Stadium is comprised of a closed aluminum deck with structural steel frame, a two story Pressbox, Concourse level behind the grandstands containing concessions, storage and restrooms. Video Scoreboard.All weather turf field for football and soccer and an 8 lane track.  A two story End Zone facility containing Changing Rooms, Team Restrooms, Showers, Offices, First Aid, EMS, Security Office, Storage, Laundry, Custodian, Serving Kitchen, Athletic Offices, Storage, Green Room and Community Room(s)”

Cypress-Fairbanks ISD—Cypress Park High School

Cypress-Fairbanks ISD—Cypress Park High School

 

Cypress-Fairbanks ISD—Sadie Harris Woodard Elementary

Cypress-Fairbanks ISD—Sadie Harris Woodard Elementary

The program for this new elementary pioneers a new direction for primary educational environments in one of the fastest growing districts in Texas. It effectively responds to modern-day teaching and learning applications that are driving Next Generation education. Its unconventional plan aligns perfectly with new educational initiatives established by a user-driven design committee and serves as a prototype for future campuses that will welcome new students to the area.

Dickinson ISD—Lois Lobit Elementary & Elva Lobit Middle School

Dickinson ISD—Lois Lobit Elementary & Elva Lobit Middle School

This “Education Village” consists of an Elementary and Middle School combined on one site with shared commons spaces — Library, Dining Area, Kitchen; Servers 1,400 Students on a 50 acre site.

Fort Bend ISD—James C. Neill Elementary School

The school has a classroom capacity of 850 students and accommodates future growth with core spaces designed for 1,000 students. The program includes 37 general studios, 2 specialized classrooms, music and art labs, an afterhours extended day space, gym, cafeteria, science and media labs, maker spaces and various resource and flex spaces throughout. Outdoor learning courtyards provide added learning opportunities that create connectivity between the school and the residential development.

Houston ISD—Delmar Fieldhouse

The Delmar Fieldhouse holds the office of the district athletic director and staff. Dressing facilities serve officials, 2 football team locker rooms & training rooms. There are 4 locker rooms for basketball/volleyball & they have a press/conference room. The facility is a sports equipment distribution & conditioning center for the district. The arena has 5000 seats with concessions, restrooms & flex areas. The court can be 84’ court or 94’ court to meet high school & collegiate competition.

Houston ISD—Mandarin Immersion Magnet School

This NextGen school supports a 100% dual language magnet program that enables students to participate in rigorous core academic programs that encourage learning by real world work experiences. 50% of a student’s instructional day is spent in Mandarin, while the other 50% is spent in an English. The program effectively immerses each student in a culture-rich environment that allows them to become balanced bi-cultural and bi-literate citizens well prepared for an ever growing global economy.

Katy ISD—Education Village

This innovative Education Village combines the newly constructed Stockdick Junior High (grades 6-8), a Ninth Grade Center, and Paetow High School (grades 10-12) constructed on a sprawling 147 acre site. The collegiate-inspired campus style project showcases learning structures connected by a large “Learning Green” consisting of outdoor walkways, activity areas and teaching amphitheaters. The schools feature a three-story academic wing with classrooms, collaboration areas and additional spaces.

Lewisville ISD—Camey Elementary

Lewisville ISD—Camey Elementary

In a rapidly expanding suburban community sits this very progressive, 1,000-student elementary campus. This brand new, unconventional learning environment was constructed as a replacement to an existing, 1970s-era school facility. Having served as the “heart” of its neighborhood community for more than 45 years, the campus has been completely reimagined to respond to modern-day learning applications with complementary environmental features.

Lewisville ISD—Flower Mound High School 9th Grade Campus

Lewisville ISD—Flower Mound High School 9th Grade Campus

Upgrades were needed at the existing campus in order to bring the buildings up to code, including new fire alarm systems and vault improvements. It also included upgrades to the existing high school, based on new technology and instructional goals of the district. Some of these improvements included, expansion of the existing cafeteria to allow for larger capacity, furniture for the new cafeteria areas, and deployment of wireless access systems with associated infrastructure for the existing HS.

Lewisville ISD—Griffin Middle School

Lewisville ISD—Griffin Middle School

This 181,000-square foot, 1,000-student middle school replaces a 40+ year old campus. It was strategically constructed on the same site without interrupting school operations. The new design abandons all preconceived notions of traditional school environments by showcasing abundant group learning settings, as well as small learning communities that prioritize individual academic strengths. The program includes arts, culinary and robotics, as well as fine arts and a unique learning hub.

Lewisville ISD—Marcus High School

Lewisville ISD—Marcus High School

Lone Star College—Creekside Center

Lone Star College—Lone Star College Creekside Center

This new workforce training facility represents an innovative college development providing much-needed community impact with immense public value. The primary function of the campus is to train workforce candidates for regional support in technical, industrial and energy industries. Programs are designed to yield industry certifications for various relevant workforce skills.

Pflugerville ISD—Weiss High School

The vision began with a need for a fast-growing school district – the school would be the districts 4th high school. Architects were challenged to design a new school to accommodate 2,500 students on a 150-acre site master planned for a future junior high and elementary school expansion. The school CTE components including biomedical, business and tech labs. The school is laid out to accommodate a future ROTC and auto-tech lab. Also included, fine arts wing with auditorium and black box theater.

Spring Branch ISD—Valley Oaks Elementary

Spring Branch ISD—Valley Oaks Elementary School

Demo of old building and addition of new building