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City of Hereford

  • commercial, community
  • Hereford, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

22,000 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

New

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Study, Report, Planning

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Concept design

The Hereford Civic Center is a multipurpose event facility located on the grounds adjacent to the Amarillo College Hereford Campus. The newly constructed project is approximately 20,000 SF and houses a banquet hall, ballroom, conference rooms, outdoor event courtyard, warming kitchen, and catering kitchen. The new facility is capable of hosting multiple types and sizes of events ranging from family gatherings to light-scale trade conventions with 1,000 people or more.

 

The building design makes use of masonry finishes, grey metal paneling, standing seam roofs, and exposed steel arranged around forms that speak to Hereford’s rich heritage as a regional leader in the agricultural industry. 

 

A large centralized spine with high ceilings, exposed steel trusses, and pendant lighting create a dynamic circulation space that separates the service functions from the event spaces. Coffered ceilings, nature-inspired carpet tile, and soft lighting are designed to create a banquet hall for formal events that can be divided by moveable partitions. The smaller, more informal ballroom has exposed structure, high-bay lighting, and polished concrete floors to allow for a larger variety of events. Two large conference rooms are available with full teleconferencing technology and moveable furniture. One serves as a formal executive conference room and the other as a “bull-pen” style collaboration conference room for added variety. Equipped with an outdoor fireplace and audio-visual technology, the centrally located outdoor courtyard can be used as a stand-alone space or an extension of any of the meeting or event spaces available within the facility. 

 

The site design incorporates landscaped drainage swales and depressions that not only prevent stormwater discharge onto neighboring streets but also serve as attractive amenities by separating larger areas of parking and defining entry points at the front of the site.


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| Arlington, Texas

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GSW Rotary-Korean War Memorial Foundation

  • commercial, community
  • Arlington, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

  • 1,200 SF of 5″ concrete paving
  • 800 SF of brick paving
  • 70 LF natural stone seat wall
  • 100 LF natural stone retaining wall
Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

New

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Brick and concrete pathway, memorial statues, flag poles

With generous support and teamwork from the City of Arlington and GSW Rotary-Korean War Memorial Foundation, the Korean War and Korean Defense Veterans Memorial was constructed in Arlington, Texas, near the 103-acre Veterans Park Complex and 14 miles from the Dallas/Fort Worth National Cemetery. The memorial is adjacent to the World War II and Vietnam War Memorials and was dedicated to all those who served in the Korean War and Korean Defense.


The memorial features four large granite rectangular columns, each bearing military branches of service and the respective number of soldiers killed or who were reported missing in action. A bronze statue stands in front of each branch of service column – a helmet, rifle, and boots, which are the international symbol for fallen heroes. A center column will feature an image of the Korean Peninsula.


A memorial brick and concrete pathway wrapped around the memorial also includes a natural stone semicircle bench for viewing and reflection. Three large flagpoles will fly the United States, Republic of Korea and international POW-MIA flags. A bronze statue of a soldier kneeling in prayer was placed in the center of the brick pavilion to honor his fallen comrades.


A ceremonial ribbon-cutting to celebrate the significance of the project took place on September 7, 2019.


Services provided 

Design 



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| Odessa, Texas

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City of Odessa and Eofficial Enterprises, Inc.

  • financial, commercial
  • Odessa, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

287,700 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

New CIP structure, curtain wall envelope (structural metal studs, lightweight concrete decks, cut limestone from a local quarry, EIFS and metal panels)


Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Public-private partnership

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

New hotel, convention center, parking garage and renovation of Ector Theater

As a trusted advisor, Parkhill was selected to assist as the representative for both the City of Odessa and Eofficial Enterprises, Inc. in the completion of the Odessa Marriott Hotel and Convention Center. The hotel is the first full-service, nationally branded hotel with a large conference center and ballroom in this region of Texas. The project honors the past while being a catalyst for development in the future of downtown Odessa as it blends a new 216-room hotel with a full-service convention center and the historic Ector Theater that was renovated as part of the overall development.


The City of Odessa and Eofficial Enterprises teamed in a public-private partnership to fund and execute the development of the project. Parkhill assisted the two owners in management and coordination with the developer, architect, and contractor who was hired as a design-build team to develop, design, and construct the facility. The role included coordination and review of the facility program, design, schedule, materials selection, and construction. During construction and project close-out and move-in, Parkhill provided on-site representatives to evaluate progress, approve pay applications and assist in communication and coordination.


The public-private partnership was truly about Building Community in Downtown Odessa.


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Jay Edwards, PE

Mike Moss, AIA

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| Abilene, Texas

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Taylor County

  • commercial, community
  • Abilene, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

208,00 SF pre-engineered metal structures

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

Renovations

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Design-Bid-Build

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

  • 168 new livestock stalls
  • 300-yard-long building to house 800 stalls, an arena, concession stand, and veterinary and show offices

The Expo Board and Taylor County Commissioners selected Parkhill to create a comprehensive Master Plan to modernize and expand facilities while creating a state-of-the-art, pedestrian-oriented entertainment venue.


The Expo Center was built in 1953 over the old Abilene airport. It’s located on more than 110 acres at the intersection of Highway 36 and Loop 322, in the southeast portion of Abilene. A range of buildings populate the site from the Expo Coliseum, rodeo competition venues, cattle pens, display and concessions buildings. However, the building locations and their disrepair hampers management’s ability to efficiently run the facility and attract new events.


Three major principles guide the design. The separation of visitors from livestock. The relationships of various venues to one another and the paths and nodes they represent. Lastly, the creation of green space, planters and accent paving to break up the vast expanses of asphalt and concrete. Each strategy helps define and enhance the relationship between each venue and heightens the pedestrian experience. The separation of pedestrians and automobiles also enriches the experience as well as the ability for the Expo to accommodate larger events, which aids in the creation of large-scale and intimate gathering spaces, each connected by major, intermediate and minor walks.


Awards

2016 AIA Merit Award


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“We are really pleased with the working relationship we have established with them (Parkhill). We’re looking forward to Phase II and Phase III.” – Rochelle Johnson, Exec VP/GM of the Taylor County Expo Center in Abilene. 



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| Midland, Texas

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West Texas Food Bank

  • commercial, community
  • Midland, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

  • 7,000 SF renovation
  • 4,170 SF addition
Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

New construction and renovation

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Design-Bid-Build

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Volunteer warehouse, staff offices, demonstration kitchen, outdoor garden with 2 greenhouses, and a playground

With a large and ever-growing number of Midland based volunteers and clients, the new West Texas Food Bank (WTFB) Community and Volunteer Center provides a local physical presence for both those who wish to give help and those who wish to get help. While the Odessa facility serves as both a distribution hub and volunteer center for the 19 counties that the WTFB serves, the Midland facility is able to focus on community engagement through volunteerism and educational resources.


The new facility was made possible through the donation of a 50-year-old abandoned building, along with 1.3 acres of land. The existing metal building was repurposed into a volunteer warehouse with processing rooms and a volunteer break room.


Built adjacent to the existing facility, the new addition serves as the main entry to the building and provides new local offices, a client choice pantry and a demonstration kitchen. The demonstration kitchen will be an integral part of the SNAP-Ed Nutrition Education Program where the community will be invited to the food bank to learn how to prepare healthy meals. The kitchen, which includes four cooking stations, will also be used with other collaborative agencies in the Permian Basin to teach cooking and nutrition classes.


In keeping with the “re-use” eco-friendly ideology, repurposed wood pallets were used as an architectural feature in the lobby and repurposed 50-gallon drums serve as light fixtures in the main hallway. A rainwater collection tank and solar panel system also provide sustainable resources that help reduce overhead cost to the food bank.


One of the signature features of the building is the use of the color green, which represents both freshness and hope. The green is also used as a wayfinding device for visitors and pieces of recycled green glass were placed into the sealed concrete floors.


Probably the most unique addition to the Volunteer & Community Center are the two greenhouses. While one is designed as a traditional greenhouse, the other will certainly draw attention as it will be used to grow vegetation year-round. Called an earth-bermed greenhouse because it is partially underground, this greenhouse allows cool weather crops to be grown during the winter as well as the summer. The greenhouses will be manned and operated by the Permian Basin Master Gardeners, who will use them to teach and educate the community about growing healthy food in West Texas. Lastly, the outdoor playground will give parents the opportunity to volunteer and have a safe place for the children to play.


Sustainability/LEED

Repurposed 7,000 SF of existing warehouse building, rainwater collection tank, and a 75-kW solar panel system


Services Provided

Architecture, engineering and landscape architecture 


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| Abilene, Texas

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Abilene Zoo

  • financial, commercial
  • Abilene, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

Renovation to an existing 1,500 SF building


New Lemur Holding Building: 575 SF


New Lemur Exhibit: 1,000 SF


New Fossa Holding Building: 200 SF


New Fossa Exhibit: 670 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

Community

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Competitive Sealed Proposal

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

New Madagascar exhibit and renovation of the Outpost

Madagascar is off the southeast coast of Africa and is the fourth largest island in the world. It is home to some of the world’s most interesting animals with about 75 percent of the species found nowhere else on the planet. The Madagascar exhibits will offer visitors fun new viewing experiences while introducing 20 new species of animals to the Abilene Zoo. Eye-catching animals will include exhibits for both lemurs and their predator the Fossa. An indoor/outdoor aviary will house a variety of indigenous birds from Madagascar. Renovation of the Outpost will bring authentic natural materials indoors while displaying iconic Madagascar animals such as a variety of reptiles and insects in jewel box exhibits.



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| Lubbock, Texas

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Lubbock Entertainment & Performing Arts Association

  • financial, commercial
  • Lubbock, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

220,000 SF

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Construction Manager at Risk

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Helen DeVitt Jones Main Theater

The Crickets Studio Theater

Multipurpose Event Center

Ballet Lubbock Pre-Professional Academy

Christine DeVitt Main Lobby

Commercial kitchen and bistro, backstage amenities

The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences will be the cultural hub of Lubbock and the cornerstone of downtown revitalization, in addition to fueling the economy for years to come. This project is not a single-tenant, single-purpose facility. The stakeholders are diverse including Ballet Lubbock, the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, Lubbock Independent School District Visual and Performing Arts, and Broadway producer The American Theater Guild. Buddy Holly Hall is a unique model not found anywhere else in the world. The state-of-the-art campus features two theatres, event space, a full-service bistro, and a ballet academy all under one roof. The facility will accommodate large touring musicals as well as intimate dance performances. It will facilitate education and banquets and be acoustically flexible to adapt to any musical genre.



This 220,000-SF campus includes:


Helen DeVitt Jones Main Theater


2,200 seats comfortably rise over four levels with two VIP lounges

Acoustic rating NC 15

The Crickets Studio Theater


24,225 SF designed with Lubbock ISD’s needs in mind

425 seats, concessions and lounge area, dedicated lobby area, and private west entrance

Acoustic rating NC15

Multipurpose Event Room


6,000 SF of sub-dividable space to function for receptions, banquets, lectures, meetings, and rehearsals

Ballet Lubbock Pre-Professional Academy


22,000-SF dance center, office, and storage space

Food and Dining


2,500-SF commercial kitchen to accommodate all venue catering

2,000-SF bistro with a 100-seat capacity

Christine DeVitt Main Lobby


Visual experience featuring an elliptical staircase; serves as the main entrance to Buddy Holly Hall

Accommodates 300 seats for banquets, weddings, and galas

Backstage


Loading docks, control rooms, dressing rooms, visiting company offices, conference room, management and administrative offices, performers’ lounges, and storage for sets and costumes

The Buddy Holly Hall is privately funded, owned and operated by The Lubbock Entertainment and Performing Arts Association with 100 percent of all contributions directly funding the construction of the project. Innovative partnerships with local arts organizations, public schools and universities, and private corporations will allow The Buddy Holly Hall to be financially self-sustaining upon opening in 2020. As Buddy Holly inspired the world’s best music and musicians with his unique abilities, the Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences honors that legacy inspiring future generations of artists, musicians, and entertainers.


Project Leadership

Mike Moss, AIA

Richard Minckler, AIA

Matt Laverty, PE

Kelly Knowles, Associate AIA

Bradley Blount, PE

Isaac Aguilar, PE

Chad Davis, RLA

Alan Holly, PE

Britni Wilkens, IIDA

Jared Higgins, PE

Roland Holder, PE

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Northeast-regional-park | El Paso, Texas

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Odonnell-high-school-additions-and-renovations | O’Donnell, Texas

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Old-town-keller | Keller, Texas

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Odessa-marriott-hotel-and-convention-center | Odessa, Texas

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Regional-monument-of-courage-huneke-park | Lubbock, Texas

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Regence-health-network-medical-office-building | Amarillo, Texas

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Jerry-s-rawls-college-of-business-administration | Lubbock, Texas

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Plains-high-school-gym | Plains, Texas

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St-anns-catholic-church-youth-activity-center | Midland, Texas

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Ridgecrest-baptist-church | Greenville, Texas

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Stephen-joseph-headquarters | Lubbock, Texas

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Seagraves-elementary-school | Seagraves, Texas

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Southlake-north-park | Southlake, Texas

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Vicenza-high-school-in-italy | Vicenza, Italy

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Odessa-christian-faith-center | Odessa, Texas

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Roy-e-roberts-and-centennial-elementary-schools | Lubbock, Texas

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Umc-east-tower-third-floor-addition | Lubbock, Texas

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Plains-capital-park-lowrey-field | Lubbock, Texas

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Umc-east-tower | Lubbock, Texas

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Seminole-high-school-performing-arts-center | Seminole, Texas

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Taylor-county-expo-center-master-plan | Abilene, Texas

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Louise-and-gene-rahll-education-center | Dalhart, Texas

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Paso-del-norte-facility-improvements | El Paso, Texas

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Paso-del-norte-reengineering | El Paso, Texas

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Trinity-school-of-midland | Midland, Texas

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Txdot-business-route-i20-landscape-and-visual-aesthetic-enhancement | Midland, Texas

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Westside-regional-park | El Paso, Texas

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Texas-school-for-the-deaf-master-plan | Austin, Texas

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Pebble-hills-high-school | El Paso, Texas

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Willow-park-baptist-church | Willow Park, Texas

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Southeast-services-corporation-russell-long-boulevard | Canyon, Texas

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Royce-and-pam-money-student-recreation-center | Abilene, Texas

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Seminole-memorial-hospital-addition | Seminole, Texas

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Sherwood-park | Odessa, Texas

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Texas-school-for-the-blind-and-visually-impaired | Austin, Texas

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Teague-special-events-center | Abilene, Texas

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Umc-childrens-hospital-floor-renovation | Lubbock, Texas

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Usda-ams-cotton-classing-facility-at-texas-tech-university | Lubbock, Texas

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West-texas-food-bank-midland-community-and-volunteer-center | Midland, Texas

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Ware-student-commons-lab-renovation-the-underground | Amarillo, Texas

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Williams-center-for-performing-arts | Abilene, Texas

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West-texas-food-bank-odessa-facility | Odessa, Texas

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Wiesbaden-high-school | Wiesbaden, Germany

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Young-life-midland | Midland, Texas

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