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City of El Paso Capital Improvement Department

  • community
  • El Paso, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

6,226 SF building, 2-acre site

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

New

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

CMAR (Dantex Construction)

Parkhill was selected by the City of El Paso to design three new aquatic facilities; Camp Cohen, Chapoteo and Lost Kingdom. Each site incorporates distinct design features that celebrate the culture of the local neighborhoods. Camp Cohen Waterpark, the first one to open, is a camp-themed family aquatic facility in Northeast El Paso, also known as District 4. All the waterparks feature water slides, leisure pools with playground structures and current channels, lap pools with climbing walls, and zero-entry toddler pools. The administration buildings house the ticket offices, lifeguard and staff areas, first aid room, men’s and women’s bathrooms with showers, family restrooms, concessions with a full kitchen, janitorial room, storage, electrical and mechanical rooms. Camp Cohen Waterpark is a part of the Reimagining Cohen effort to revitalize the Cohen area. The project was intricate and includes many camp-themed features. For example, the design of the administration building conforms to a modern cabin with a wood rain-screen veneer with Corten steel and metal panel accents. The waterpark details are also reminiscent of camping; with themed flags atop the rock-columned entry area, canoe-shaped signage, decorative barrels, wild animal prints around the deck areas, and custom camp designed themed slide tower and play structures. Amenities include a satellite grille, shaded eating area, lockers, shaded cabanas with lounge furniture, and rentable party cabanas.


The site for “Lost Paradise” is in District 2 in Central El Paso and is located west of Ross Middle School. This park has a Mayan history theme. Some themed features include fire bowls at the main entry, a sandblasted concrete Mayan calendar surrounded by stone columns, Mayan architectural elements on the building, slides that resemble snakes and a family slide.


“Chapoteo,” which means “splash” in Spanish, was designed with a fiesta theme for District 7. It will offer a unique experience based on celebrating the community culture of the Mission Valley. It will feature string lights, a Mexican fountain, sandblasted Papel Picado flags on the hardscape, custom signage, a bell tower and Mexican lantern light fixtures on the building for a fun fiesta ambiance.


“It’s a great place; it’s brand new; it’s well designed; it has something for everybody in the family.” - District 4 City Representative Joe Molinar

Services Provided

Master planning, full A/E design


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| Frisco, Texas

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City of Frisco

  • community
  • Frisco, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

30,000 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

New

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Design-Bid-Build

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Active Adult Center

The Grove at Frisco Commons is a new 30,000 SF active adult center in Frisco Commons Park. The Grove includes a variety of functions, including a 250-seat multipurpose space, dedicated aerobic and fitness rooms, social activity spaces subdivided for game recreation or group crafts, and commons/circulation space.


As part of the design process, Parkhill created a park master plan that developed a long-term vision for the park. The park master plan set a framework for the successful integration of The Grove’s building into the existing park without compromising the unique amenities and natural resources beloved by the residents of Frisco.


Parkhill designed outdoor sports courts, walking paths, plazas, site hardscape, planting and irrigation, and green infrastructure through bio-swales integrated into the parking lot. The project team worked extensively with city staff and community focus groups to ensure that the expectations of this fast-growing community were exceeded. The project was completed within budget and celebrated with a ribbon-cutting in January 2020.


The Grove at Frisco Commons

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Services Provided 

Master planning, architectural design, landscape architecture


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City of Hereford

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  • 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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| Abilene, Texas

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NCCIL

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  • Abilene, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

10,000 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

Historic preservation and restoration

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Negotiated contract

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Restoration of the exterior, demolition of the interior, and construction of gallery space, classroom, administrative spaces, and support spaces for a unique gallery for original art from children’s books


The National Center for Children’s Illustrated Literature (NCCIL) Board worked with Parkhill, then the Tittle Luther Partnership, to create a venue for celebrating the artwork of award-winning illustrators of children’s books and to preserve the historic Rhodes Building. The center partners with these talented illustrators to produce exhibitions that appeal to all ages, offer free art activities and schedule workshops and meet-the-artist events.


The Rhodes Building was constructed in the 1920s as an automobile garage to support the Grace Hotel. The structure’s original canopies on the east and south facades were replaced, and the original wood roof structure, trusses and skylights were rehabilitated. The NCCIL design provided a historically appropriate exterior which met the Secretary of the Interior’s “Standards for Rehabilitation,” repaired the failing structural elements, and created the flexible exhibit, teaching and administrative spaces. Upon completion of construction in September of 2000, the building took its place as a critical element of the Abilene Cultural Historic District. 


Services Provided 

Programming, architectural and interior design, mechanical, structural and civil engineering, construction documents, construction contract administration


Project Leadership 

Ruppert Rangel, AIA 

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| Abilene, Texas

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Taylor County

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  • 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


Project Leadership


“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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West Texas Food Bank

  • 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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| Odessa, Texas

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West Texas Food Bank

  • community
  • Odessa, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

60,000 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

New

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Design-Bid-Build

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Distribution and volunteer warehouse, staff offices, community kitchen, indoor playground, outdoor garden

Built to replace an aging and undersized facility, the new West Texas Food Bank Odessa Facility is sized to double both the amount of food distributed and the number of personalized client services offered. The WTFB also requested a low-maintenance yet high performing facility that was equally welcoming to their client as it was unique to West Texas.


The new facility includes a warehouse that will serve to collect, sort, process, store, and distribute millions of pounds of food a year. Volunteers have no worries about child care. A large playroom, a play structure, and a safety surface are provided for their children while they assist the food bank in sorting incoming donations. To serve the clients directly from this facility, a two-story building is attached to the warehouse. This building has a commercial demonstration kitchen and client pantry, as well as a community room used for educational purposes and meeting space. This facility also serves as the headquarters for the West Texas Food Bank. It includes executive offices and the West Texas Food Bank boardroom, which overlooks the demonstration kitchen from the second floor.

 

Recycled materials are unique features of this project. The facility harvests rainwater into an above-ground cistern, so the collected water can be used to water the vegetables in the raised garden planters. One of the building’s signature features is the color green, which represents both freshness and hope. The green is also used as a wayfinding device for visitors, and recycled green glass pieces were placed into the sealed concrete floors.


“The WTFB staff and leadership are visionaries with unwavering commitment to their community. Their excitement and persistence for this project was contagious. The stories behind the clients that they serve and our ability to improve their clients experience while accessing quality food were a constant source of inspiration throughout the process. Being a part of this project was a true blessing for Parkhill Smith & Cooper. We are committed to building community in our area and would be hard-pressed to find a community organization more in line with our commitment to the area than the WTFB.” — Project architect RJ Lopez 

 

Project Feature: West Texas Food Bank from Parkhill on Vimeo

Services Provided 

Architecture, landscape architecture


Sustainability/LEED

Water Collection Tank

 

Project Leadership

Bill Noonan, AIA


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Grover Nelson Zoological Foundation

  • community
  • Abilene, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

6,956 SF

  • 2,400-square-foot, pre-engineered giraffe barn building
  • 4,300-square-foot two-story animal holding building and feeding pavilion
  • 256-square-foot animal holding building, zoo exhibit facilities, landscaping, fencing, and site improvements
Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

New

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Design-Bid-Build

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Zoo exhibit facilities, landscaping, fencing, and site improvements

Planned to replace the original giraffe exhibit, the new Abilene Zoo Giraffe Exhibit was designed by Parkhill to offer personal, up-close interaction between visitors and giraffes. The second level feeding platform was designed to host education sessions with large groups of children attending during school field trips. Also, the second level serves as special event rental space for weddings, community events, and zoo fundraising functions.

 

The upper feeding area is accessible by two gently sloping boardwalks; one for entering the exhibit, and one for exiting the exhibit, with animal observation areas at halfway points. The observation stations are large enough as gathering areas for docent discussions and demonstrations with zoo visitors. The lower level houses heated and ventilated animal holding areas for colobus monkeys, small hoofed animals, animal food preparation areas, and mechanical equipment. 

Structural elements and finishes were selected to be durable yet respond to the zoo’s theming scheme including lumber pole structure, rough plywood paneling, native cedar and eucalyptus fencing and canopies.


The project also included a separate giraffe holding building and yard to house giraffes during inclement weather and breeding isolation. 

Construction included a pre-engineered giraffe barn building; a two-story animal holding building and feeding pavilion; a 256-square-foot animal holding building, zoo exhibit facilities, landscaping, fencing, and site improvements.


Project Leadership

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Abilene Zoo

  • community
  • 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 Entertainment & Performing Arts Association

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  • 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

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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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City of Brownfield

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  • Brownfield, Texas

Parkhill began working with the City of Brownfield and a citizen task force to develop a plan to replace a decades-old swimming pool. The pool had been in service since the early 1950s and was in need of major maintenance work to keep it a viable facility. After studying several options, the citizen task force recommended to the city council that a new state-of-the-art aquatic facility be designed to replace the existing pool and bath house.


Parkhill started developing construction plans and specifications for the new facility that included:

  • Bath house 
  • Restroom and concession building 
  • Zero entry pool with a circulating river 
  • Mechanical building to house all pool equipment 
  • Deep area for diving 
  • Dual slide that consisted of an open and closed tube slide 


In addition, the pool included several water features that sprayed water and allowed younger children to enjoy the pool.


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ER Propco Craig

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  • Amarillo, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

  • 55,773 SF total
  • 32,979 SF renovated area
Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

Healthcare

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Design-Bid-Build

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

31 resident rooms, therapy space and transitional apartment space 

The Craig is an Evergreen Senior Living retirement community in Amarillo, Texas. In 2016, Parkhill was hired to renovate one of the campus buildings to house rehabilitation care. The goal of the project was to modernize the luxurious, resort-style living that is signature to this center. As part of the renovation project, 31 resident rooms and all the associated support spaces were renovated.


In addition, an area was renovated to provide a state-of-the-art space for physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. The renovation created two large spaces for therapists to work with patients in a one-on-one setting or in a small group setting. A working “apartment” space was built to help patients regain the ability to resume everyday activities.


Phase 1 of the construction project, which included the physical therapy areas, was completed in October 2017. Phase 2 of construction involved renovating resident rooms in the second wing and was completed in early 2018.


Services Provided 

Architecture, Interior Design

 

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