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National Center of the Arts, Mexico City

National Center of the Arts, Mexico City

The National Center for the Arts is an institution dedicated to the dissemination, research, training, promotion, debate, and teaching of art, and culture. Its 12 hectares of extension host scenic forums, squares, galleries, and green areas.

Federation of the College of Economists of the Mexican Republic

Federation of the College of Economists of the Mexican Republic

Green Hills, Elementary and High School

Green Hills, Elementary and High School

Autonomous University of Mexico City

Autonomous University of Mexico City

Children´s Interactive Museum of Iztapalapa, Mexico City

Children´s Interactive Museum of Iztapalapa, Mexico City

Construction of Phase 2 includes all Civil Works and Utilities except Foundations. The building has 40,000 m2 of construction surface, sits on a 10,957 m2 lot, and the foundations were built by other contractors. The structure and utilities were re-designed (value engineering). Is a cast-in-place colored reinforced concrete structure with 24,900 m2 of construction (stage 2).

Iztapalapa High School, Mexico City

Iztapalapa High School, Mexico City

Construction and Design for a high school including its cubicles, classrooms, audiovisual rooms, workshops, libraries, computer rooms, medical service, restrooms, cafeteria, auditorium, multiple courts, parking lot, and green areas.

The building was built on a lot of 8,500 m2; made up of 4 levels for a total of 4,020 m2 of construction; a shallow foundation of reinforced concrete; 1,100 tons of structural steel for framing and composite slabs.

Flagship- Kipp Dream North Campus K-5 School Classrooms

Flagship – Kipp Dream North Campus K-5 School Classrooms

Located at 500 Tidwell, this project consisted of 16 new classrooms and two main restroom areas. The new parking lot for 75 spaces was repaved and rehabilitated with newly added drainage.

Kipp Dream North Campus K-5 Gymnasium

Kipp Dream North Campus K-5 Gymnasium

This was a prefabricated canopy conversion where the current canopy was restored and included in the design for building a new gymnasium for the school.

Bauer College of Business- University of Houston

Bauer College of Business – University of Houston

During Hurricane Harvey Disaster, the entire first floor of the college had to be remediated, restored, and rebuilt in four days. We ran 24/7 crews until we were able to deliver within the deadline provided.

Bayou Oaks Dormitory University of Houston

Bayou Oaks Dormitory – University of Houston

The dormitory required mold remediation, abatement, and exterior restoration on all four floors. The scaffolding in this project was complex and intricate amounts of details while working within high-security measures and while students still fully occupied the dorms.

School of Architecture and Design Multi Service Building- University of Houston

School of Architecture and Design Multi-Service Building – University of Houston

The new 67,000SF multi-service building provides invaluable space for the faculty and students at this metropolitan campus in the heart of Houston. The multiservice building is home to the university’s architecture and art departments and includes student workshops, studios and office areas, fine art studios, exhibition rooms, new office space for the faculty, and foodservice establishments. The project was recognized by the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Greater Houston and received the 2020 Excellence in Construction Merit Award for the Institutional – Publicly Funded Greater Than $40 million category.

Student Center South Offices- University of Houston

Student Center South Offices- University of Houston

For the transformation, the 1970s basement was abandoned and in-filled, and horizontal building expansions are planned for both the north and east sides of the original 1960s building. The north side was connected by two 60-foot-long bridges. Both expansions are two stories of steel construction above grade and clad with brick, curtain wall, and metal panels. The north expansion houses offices and commons areas, while the east expansion includes a theater, large event spaces, and a kitchen. Renovations to the 1960s building include a new lounge and a new exterior stair tower. An enhanced outdoor lounge and small stage area will be the home of formal and informal student gatherings for years to come.

Frost Elementary School- HISD

Frost Elementary School- HISD

This consisted of expanding parking as well as a new canopy and bus/fire lane.

Lamar High School

Lamar High School

This was a disaster project as the fire sprinkler system was not functioning and causing city alarms within the entire campus. Our team was able to troubleshoot and organize a team to resolve the issue for which we had to investigate and canvas throughout the campus until the system was restored.