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Museums

San Antonio Museum of Art

San Antonio, TX

Additions and renovations that include MEP and facility upgrades for the following projects:

-East Tower, 4th floor renovation

-Auditorium

-First floor restrooms

-Central Utilities Plant (CUP) Project -construction of a new central utility plant for the museum's heating and cooling system.

Jackson & Ryan Architects

Guido Construction

ARUP

The Projects Group           

  


 

The DoSeum
San Antonio Children's Museum

San Antonio, TX

The Museum is currently designing a new facility of approximately 70,000 SF of interior space that will include roughly 30,000 SF of exhibits and an additional 20,000 SF of outdoor learning area.

Project Cost             

$45,000,000

Square Feet:

70,000

Architect:

Lake Flato

CMAR:            

Guido Brothers Construction

Completion Date:  

 Spring 2015

 

 

Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation Center for Conservation

Houston, TX

 

A two story, 30,000 square-foot, state of the art conservation facilitiy to house the work of the Museum of Fine Art Houston's art conservators and scientists. The facility will sit atop the Museum's existing parking garage and will repurpose an underutilized area of the MFAH campus by consolidating previously dispursed operations.

 

Project Cost        

 Confidential

Square Feet:

 30,000

Design Architect:

 Lake Flato

Assoc. Architect:   

 Kendall Heaton

CMAR:  

Completion Date:

 Pending Selection

 Estimated 2017

 

 

 

The Glassell School of Art & The Brown Foundation, Inc. Sculpture Plaza

Houston, TX

 

Replacing the school's existing 35-year-old building, the new, three-story facility will allow for state-of-the-art studios and active social spaces within the 80,000 square foot structure. It will include a 75 seat auditorium, street level cafe/art -supply store and new plaza space. The project will also include a pedestrian tunnel, connecting the school to the new Nancy and Rich Kinder Building.

 

 

Project Cost        

 Confidential

Square Feet:

 80,000

Design Architect:

 Steven Holl Architects

Assoc. Architect:   

 Kendall Heaton

CMAR:  

Completion Date:

 Pending Selection

 Estimated 2017

 

 

 

The Nancy & Rich Kinder Building

Houston, TX

 

Three-story building to house MFAH collection of 20th and 21st century works of art. In addition to creating 54,000 square feet of gallery space, the 164,000 square foot building will provid multiple new spaces for educational programs, a theater, and connectivity to the Glassell School of Art. The building will include a 200 seat theater, restaurant, and underground parking.

 

 

Project Cost        

 Confidential

Square Feet:

 164,000

Design Architect:

 Steven Holl Architects

Assoc. Architect:   

 Kendall Heaton

CMAR:  

Completion Date:

 Pending Selection

 Estimated 2019

 

 

 

Museum of Living Art (MOLA)
Fort Worth Zoo

Fort Worth, TX

 

The Museum of Living Art at the Fort Worth Zoo is 40,000 square feet of ground up construction.  Spacious, humidity-controlled exhibits and state-of-the-art conservation tools, such as quarantine rooms and hibernaculums were designed to facilitate the breeding of rare and critically endangered animals.  Uniquely designed exhibit areas and outdoor classrooms allow hands on education and allow guests to come face-to-face with exotic reptiles such the Fiji Island iguana and view giant South American Crocodiles.

 

 

 

Project Cost          

$24,000,000

Square Feet:

40,000

Architect:

Gideon Toal

CMAR:         

Austin Commercial

Completion Date:

 March 2010

 

 

 

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

Fort Worth, TX

 

The Fort Worth Museum of Science & History is one of the city’s newest museum.  Designed by world renowned architectural firm – Legoretta & Legoretta – the 166,000 SF Museum welcomes more than one million patrons annually.  With interactive exhibits focused on creating a fun and entertaining learning environment, the museum has been an instant success within the community. 

 

 

 

Project Cost

$80,000,000

Square Feet:

166,000 SF

Architect:

Legoretta & Legoretta

Architect of Record:

GideonToal                  

CMAR:

Linbeck

Completion Date:

March 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Cowgirl Hall of Fame

Fort Worth, TX

The national museum is the first project to be completed as part of the Western Heritage Master Plan and is a tribute to the women who helped shape the American West.

 

 

Project Cost             

$20,000,000

Square Feet:

33,000 SF

Architect:

David M. Schwarz

CMAR:            

Linbeck

 

 

Completion Date:

June 2002

 
 
Sid Richardson Museum

Fort Worth, TX

 

This project was a complete renovation that took the existing building exterior from a 1980s store front to a replica 1895 historic building. Improved gallery space, educational space, back of house space, and a museum store were included in the project scope. The renovation expanded the overall square footage from 4,370 to 6,340 and was designed to compliment the pedestrian oriented Sundance Square area in downtown Fort Worth.

 

Project Cost:                $6,000,000

Square Feet:                 6,340

Design Architect:         David M. Schwarz

Architect of Record:    Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford

Competion Date:         October 2006

 
 

Rothko Chapel

Houston, TX