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Community Health Center of Lubbock

  • healthcare
  • Lubbock, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

49,785 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

Design-Build

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

New construction

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Exam rooms, dental clinic, eye clinic, business office, administrative suite, education/conference space

Designed to merge several existing facilities into one centralized hub, the two-story Community Health Center of Lubbock was envisioned to better serve the community by providing access to care in a state-of-the-art multidisciplinary facility.


Consisting of a dental clinic, eye clinic, pharmacy, and 30 examination rooms on the main floor, CHCL is able to provide a host of new and updated services. Working with the owner, the designers used a central proven examination room layout to provide timely medical care and enhance the overall patient experience.


The second floor of the health center contains the administration suite, conference room, and wellness and education spaces. All of these spaces were designed with the public in mind. This required the design team to allow the ground floor to be sectioned off for after-hour events and modified working hours. The administration area makes use of an open floor plan with north-facing windows to provide ample natural light and a better overall working environment for the employees.

 

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Architecture, interior design, landscape, structural, MEP, civil


Sustainability/LEED

Skylights, building orientation relative to solar angles, sunshades, Xeriscape, LED interior lighting with daylighting control 


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Grace Clinic

  • healthcare
  • Lubbock, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

27,000 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

Interior finish out

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Design-Build

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Layout and storage in exam rooms, and aesthetics of exam rooms, corridors and family restrooms

Based on original construction in 2005, the second floor of Grace Clinic focuses on women’s services and utilizes core-concept nursing. Using evidence-based design, Grace Clinic and Parkhill worked to improve the priority concept beginning from Phase 1 as well as including improvements in the second floor finish out. There were small revisions to the exam room layout, but the primary patient and staff flow remained the same. The main objectives of both phases of the project were to provide the highest level of communication between physicians and nursing and provide an elegant aesthetic and comfortable atmosphere to both patients and staff.


The exam rooms are designed to offer a hospitality influence to the clinic experience. The rooms are efficient yet calming, showcasing custom built-in banquette seating for guests with storage for medical supplies below. Feature lighting and custom artwork niches highlight the elegant ambiance of the rooms. Warm color tones and texture are strategically placed on wall treatments, custom cabinetry, and upholstery textiles to convey a comfortable and calming environment.


The corridors are designed to serve as waiting spaces for patients and family. The corridors and family restrooms are designed to convey the same patient-centered design exhibited in the exam rooms. Custom ceiling features with specialized accent lighting reflect curvatures featured in the flooring patterns softening the angles of the corridor intersections. Glimmering beaded wall treatments and custom stained wood wainscot embellish the corridor walls. Velvet tufted banquette seating lines the window wall in the main corridor providing a comfortable and plush waiting experience flooded with natural light and views to the outdoors.


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Covenant Health Systems

  • healthcare
  • Lubbock, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

83,000 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

Addition/renovation

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Design-Bid-Build

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Family resource areas, clinical area expansion, reorganization of public waiting areas and meeting rooms, installed new treatment beds and infusion bays

Parkhill’s design services were retained by Covenant Health Systems for an addition and renovation project at the Joe Arrington Cancer Center and Medical Office Building.


The project comprised roughly 83,000 square feet and included the expansion of the radiation oncology department, breast cancer center, outpatient infusion clinic, clinical lab services, adult and pediatric oncology clinics, infusion pharmacy, and a supportive care center.


Parkhill created multiple healing gardens and family resource spaces, reorganized public waiting areas and meeting rooms to maximize comfort, and improved visitor way-finding. This was all in accordance with Covenant’s philosophy of supporting the physical, emotional, spiritual, and educational needs of their patients and families. The new facilities also included the installation of equipment such as treatment beds and infusion bays.


Services provided

Architecture, interior design


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Hendrick Medical Center

  • healthcare
  • Abilene, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

12,000 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

Addition

The Hendrick Health Club was originally designed by TLP as a Sports Rehab facility. In 2003, the facility was remodeled and expanded to include the full spectrum of fitness programs. Spaces are provided for cardio workouts, individual and group exercises, check-in/juice bar, administrative and support spaces, private clinical assessment and consultation rooms, and locker rooms.


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| Abilene, Texas

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Hendrick Medical Center

  • healthcare
  • Abilene, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

48,000 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

New construction

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Design-Bid-Build

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Multi-physician clinic suites, emergency clinic, outpatient imaging clinic, outpatient physical therapy, outpatient laboratory services, blood bank and administrative/business suite

Hendrick Medical Center saw the need to bring healthcare to southern Abilene to better serve its growing community. The first phase of this vision is the Hendrick Medical Plaza, a 44-exam-room, 35,000-square-foot freestanding clinic. The team designed the clinic to be a comprehensive healthcare destination with hospital-based and private practice physician suites, including family practice, internal medicine, pediatric, ENT, OBGYN and orthopedic specialties. The facility also provides outpatient laboratory services, a blood center, physical therapy services, and imaging services, including X-Ray, CT scan, echocardiogram and ultrasound.


The second phase added a 13,000-square-foot Emergency Care Center designed to Freestanding Emergency Medical Care Facility (or FEMCF) standards. These include a trauma room, eight exam and treatment rooms, and an MRI with full access to outpatient imaging services.


Phase three adds a comprehensive outpatient Hendrick Wellness Center, including Hendrick Health Club, medical spa, café, pharmacy, additional physician office suites, and expansions to the emergency care center.


To create a favorable patient experience, the design team incorporated several strategies. The first divided the building into four pods that each has its own waiting room and sub-waiting areas served from a central entrance and waiting area. This layout helps with patient flow and reduces wait times because it puts physicians and staff adjacent to their exam rooms for increased efficiency. Adding intuitive wayfinding for ease of navigation also decreases patient and visitor apprehension, improving their overall experience. Another strategy involved providing plenty of daylighting opportunities since it is proven to lower patient anxiety levels.


Services provided

architecture, interior design, landscape, structural, MPE and civil engineering


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Centro De Salud Familiar La Fe, Inc

  • healthcare
  • El Paso, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

21,840 SF Site, 6,158 SF Building

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

Renovation

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Design-Bid-Build

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Exam rooms, offices, large conference/training room, a classroom, pharmacy, and lab room

The La Fe Pediatric Clinic has been renovated into an inviting medical clinic that has become part of a cohesive campus. The original urban site was made up of three shuttered homes, two vacated medical buildings, a single car garage, and a two-story apartment building. The homes were demolished to create additional parking and the remaining buildings were rehabilitated to define a single-use medical complex. The rehabilitation involved complete demolition of all interior partitions, doors, windows and ceilings, a complete re-roof, along with new electrical, plumbing and mechanical systems. Each building had a different floor elevation; therefore, the clinic now has five finish floor grade levels that now transition smoothly within the corridors.


When it was completed the clinic was renamed the José Román MD Pediatric Clinic after a beloved pediatrician in El Paso. The project includes a complete 3,937-square-foot remodel of a one-story and two-story building, and a 2,221-square-foot addition (a portion of which is the Women Infants and Children Program office), along with exam rooms, offices, a large conference/training room, a classroom, pharmacy, and lab room among other amenities. The interior was designed to be durable and low maintenance, yet multicolored and playful. The renovation was completed in July 2008.


One year following the completion of the pediatric clinic, another building was renovated to become an adult clinic. Since the property was limited in area, spatial planning was imperative to provide all the programmed spaces for both clinics and still allow space to accommodate parking and landscaping requirements. The parking lot was designed to be shared by both the pediatric clinic and the adult clinic. The two facilities are now united on the Centro De Salud Familiar La Fe medical campus.



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Regence Health Network

  • healthcare
  • Amarillo, Texas
Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

New

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

 45 examination rooms, a procedure room, 14 provider work areas, 10 dental operatories, and administration space.

Regence Health Network (RHN) saw the need to move out of several aging lease spaces in their Amarillo market and consolidate into a new facility allowing all services to be under one roof. The new clinic’s site was strategically located to be near the largest population of RHN’s patients to afford easy access to the community they serve. The clinic’s final design consists of 45 examination rooms, a procedure room, 14 provider work areas, 10 dental operatories, and administration space.



The patient care area was designed in close collaboration with RHN’s administration and staff, with the primary goal being enhanced patient care. This was defined as designing a facility that aided in decreased wait time, increased staff efficiency, and provided a safe healing environment. The design responded by providing decentralized provider work areas in close proximity to the exam rooms they utilize. This means less walking by providers and more time spent with their patients. Special care was also given to providing a physical environment that promotes a healing atmosphere. Some of the ways this was accomplished were the use of natural light, color selection, and artwork showing photography from the Amarillo area.



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University Medical Center

  • healthcare
  • Lubbock, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

42,000 SF

UMC East Tower Third Floor is an interior finish-out project that adds 45 patient rooms to the high-demand medical hub of University Medical Center.


Patient rooms are universally designed to serve an elevated level of care including Critical Care. Because infrastructure for high acuity care was planned, University Health System can adapt to future needs with minimal, if any, reconstruction. The overarching concept is one of human-centered care, with empathy for all individuals that occupy the Third Floor.


Patient care areas are bright with calming nature tones and high-performance finishes. Each patient room is sized to include a family area, thus providing an environment that nurtures patient-family interaction during a stay experience. Every patient room has a private shower, promoting privacy and dignity. 75% of rooms are equipped with an overhead patient lift to mobilize patients sooner while keeping staff safe from work-related injuries by patient handling. Acoustic assemblies and materials are utilized to dampen noise inherent within a medical setting. Patient room entries from the corridor are angled for visual interest while functionally allowing for increased maneuverability of beds and equipment. Direct observation alcoves are integrated into each room, eliminating unnecessary disruption of patients. A total of four airborne infection isolation rooms are provided to meet regional trends in case types. To further foster relational care, a family consult space offers privacy and comfortable seating.


Nursing areas are decentralized throughout the Third Floor and include space to have collaborative meetings with physicians, ancillary staff, and residency students. Service spaces such as medication rooms are duplicated and planned so that the Third Floor can be divided to serve two independent care units and still meet licensure requirements. Two physician on-call suites are provided for physicians and staff, giving a place to rest and recharge. Administrative suites for each unit are planned with internal circulation to mitigate corridor noise and traffic. Public lobbies are detailed with terrazzo floors and oak wainscoting and positioned to have sunrise and sunset views of Lubbock.


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University Medical Center

  • healthcare
  • Lubbock, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

179,000 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

Expansion

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Design – Bid – Build

Planning for the new East Tower at University Medical Center began after a period of substantial growth in the region. Parkhill developed a Master Plan and the site was selected adjacent to the original hospital and Medical Office Plaza. Parkhill’s preliminary design planning included lean processes for staff efficiency, wayfinding for patients and their families to identify areas of the hospital, and identifying long-term goals for the hospital.


The four-story, 179,000 square foot project connects to the existing building via two corridors on the first and second floors. Labor and delivery is the primary function of the first two stories which include three Surgery/C-section rooms, 17 LDR Rooms, a 41-bay Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, two Well-Baby Nurseries, 44 Post-Partum Patient rooms, Classrooms, and a Fertility Suite specifically designed for In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) procedures. The third and fourth floors are designated as shell space for future expansion.


The HVAC consists of a double duct variable air volume system on each of the floors. The fifth-floor penthouse is the mechanical space for the facility. The two, 83,000 CFM air handling units supply hot and cold air to the first two floors, with space and capacity to add two future air handlers for the third and fourth floor in the future. Hot water is provided by natural, gas-fired, modulating boilers and chilled water is provided by two air-cooled, packaged chillers which are mounted on the roof. Additionally, there is space for two more chillers for the third and fourth-floor projects.


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2013 AIA Lubbock Design Awards – Award of Citation



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Seminole Memorial Hospital

  • healthcare
  • Seminole, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

128,450 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

Addition

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Design-Bid-Build

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Surgery suite on the second floor with 3 operation rooms, renovated and expanded emergency department, imaging suite, laboratory suite, nursing unit, pharmacy suite, respiratory therapy, administration, and public suite and dietary services, and basement with information technology and mechanical support areas, surgical decontamination and storage, and on-call rooms

The growing community in and around Seminole prompted the Seminole Hospital to hire Parkhill for a large expansion and renovation project at Memorial Hospital.


This project grew the original facility by 128,450 square feet and added a second floor. The most crucial part of this project was the addition of a surgery suite on the second floor consisting of three operation rooms – one designated as a cesarean section room for the adjacent, obstetrics suite – a same-day surgery area, clean supply accessible from each OR, storage, instrument sterilization and processing, and full-service pre- and post-operation areas.


For the ground floor, Parkhill renovated and expanded the emergency department, imaging suite, laboratory suite, nursing unit, pharmacy suite, respiratory therapy, administration and public suite, and dietary services. The basement was designed to hold the new information technology and mechanical support areas, surgical decontamination and storage, and on-call rooms.


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University Medical Center

  • healthcare
  • Lubbock, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

3,454 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

Renovation

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Design-Bid-Build

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Elevator lobby and children's play area

Parkhill designed the facilities at University Medical Center’s Children’s Hospital to serve as an identity that would address the special needs of patients and their families. This special opportunity gave Parkhill the ability to design spaces as unique as the children they would be serving.


As soon as the elevator doors open, one is immediately aware of the special nature of the Children’s Hospital by the colorful, kinetic children’s lobby. Playful windows punch through the red carousel wall to the play therapy space. The therapy playroom features soft, cushioned rubber flooring for comfort and easy cleaning. Along the red carousel wall, draperies allow visual privacy above a built-in banquette provided for parents to observe.


The teen room provides a separate technology-laden space with specific attention given the needs of that age group. Adjacent spaces are a child specialist office, a volunteer office, toy storage, cleaning facilities, and a patient library.


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Covenant Health Systems

  • healthcare
  • Lubbock, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

1,000 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

New

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Construction Manager at Risk

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Surgical room including a control room, a sub-sterile room and a large sterile supply room

Parkhill was hired to design a Hybrid Operating Room for Covenant Health Systems. The new, 1,000-square-foot surgical room includes a control room, a sub-sterile room, and a large sterile supply room.


This project was unique for many reasons. First of all, its location within the hospital’s surgical sterile core required an enormous amount of communication between the architect, contractor, and facilities infection control personnel. Additionally, the floor-to-floor heights were minimal, requiring a great deal of planning and coordination by Parkhill engineers. It was imperative that all ductwork, plumbing, electrical service, and structural supports fit exactly within the small space without any conflicts. Finally, the installation of the Phillips-brand C-arm and Stryker-brand equipment booms required a great deal of coordination.


The room’s design reflects its high-tech functionality. The equipment bank is stored behind frosted glass doors that feature color-changing LED lights. The walls are covered with impact-resistant panels with a brushed stainless steel facade. The flooring is seamless rubber with the C-Arm’s field of movement color-coded into it. Parkhill designed the HVAC systems to coordinate with the existing OR system. It includes a brine chiller for rapid cooling and heating of neonatal heart patients.


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Covenant

  • healthcare
  • Lubbock, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

5,000 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

Renovation

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Design-Bid-Build

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Healing spaces

Parkhill helped Covenant Women’s and Children’s hospital continue their philosophy of treating the body, mind and spirit by designing their contemplative and comforting Family Resource Center.


Parkhill understands that being away from home during treatment places a unique hardship on families, removing them from their friends, loved ones and normal pace of life. Keeping that in mind, Parkhill designed the Family Resource Center to serve as a place of refuge. The interiors are filled with comforting colors, scenic photographs and uplifting quotes. The centerpiece of the Resource Center is its Tree of Life sculpture — a place for prayers. Like life, the tree is interactive and ever-changing. Visitors can take and leave prayers as they please — helping others while they help themselves.


The multifunctional space of the Center includes rooms for education about disorders and diseases, both for groups and computer resources for individuals. The serenity area was designed to heal the spirit by fostering quiet contemplation, meditation and prayer. There is also space for group therapy, allowing parents to meet and share with others in similar situations.


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Covenant Health Systems

  • healthcare
  • Lubbock, Texas
Parkhill Project Size

Project Size

1,900 SF

Parkhill Contruction Type

Construction Type

Renovation

Parkhill Project Delivery

Project Delivery Method

Design-Bid-Build

Parkhill Project Components

Project Components

Healing Spaces

Teenage patients face a variety of special hardships when they are being hospitalized. In upholding the vision of Covenant Women’s and Children’s hospital to treat mind, body and spirit, Parkhill designed Teen Town to be fun and uplifting while still maintaining a clean, safe environment.


Teen Town features several social areas, designed to help teenagers spend time with their friends during treatment. It is very important that they can have fun and relax during their stay. These areas feature a foosball table, movies, video games and a photo booth. The walls display graffiti-style murals and the rooms are filled with edgy furniture. This high-tech area sees around 60 visitors per day. It is truly a healing environment that provides teen patients with a much-needed break from the daily stress of hospital treatment.


“The Parkhill team did an absolutely fabulous job with Teen Town,” Covenant Foundation Executive Director Mikell Bollinger said. “It is way cool and our teen patients and their friends love it. Thank you so much for your creative leadership on this project!”


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Awards

Award of Merit – AIA Lubbock

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Evergreen-senior-living-renovations-at-the-craig | Amarillo, Texas

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First-financial-bank-new-odessa-branch | Odessa, Texas

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The-fields-edge | Midland, Texas

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Flower-mound-heritage-park | Town of Flower Mound, Texas

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Forsan-elementary-school | Forsan, Texas

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Fort-stockton-high-school-renovations-and-natatorium-facility | Fort Stockton, Texas

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Fish-creek-linear-park-expansion-central-section | Grand Prairie, Texas

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Frisco-northeast-community-park | Frisco, Texas

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Frank-kent-dream-park | Fort Worth, Texas

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First-presbyterian-church-midland | Midland, Texas

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Gabe-nesbitt-tennis-center-expansion-master-plan | McKinney, Texas

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Gabe-nesbitt-indoor-tennis-center | McKinney, Texas

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The-green-at-college-park | Arlington, Texas

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Grace-clinic-second-floor | Lubbock, Texas

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The-grove-at-frisco-commons-active-adult-center | Frisco, Texas

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Horizon-high-school-additions-and-renovations | Clint, Texas

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Hendrick-medical-center-health-club-addition | Abilene, Texas

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Hendrick-medical-plaza-and-emergency-center | Abilene, Texas

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Harold-bacchus-community-park-sports-complex-addition | Frisco, Texas

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Horizon-city-comprehensive-plan | Horizon City, Texas

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Hulla-blu-retail-development | Lubbock, Texas

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Dollye-neal-chapel | Midland, Texas

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Hughestrigg-student-center | Dallas, Texas

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Indiana-avenue-baptist-church-addition | Lubbock, Texas

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Jal-elementary-school | Jal, N.M.

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Jayne-ann-miller-elementary-school | Lubbock, Texas

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John-saleh-catholic-student-center | Lubbock, Texas

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Jos-romn-md-pediatric-clinic | El Paso, Texas

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Johnston-elementary-school | Abilene, Texas

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John-b-walker-soccer-complex | Lubbock, Texas

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F-marie-hall-academic-building | Midland, Texas

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Intramural-synthetic-turf-fields | Lubbock, Texas

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Industrial-tech-center | Abilene, Texas

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Olney-junior-high-additions-and-renovations | Olney, Texas

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The-korean-war-and-korean-defense-veterans-memorial | Arlington, Texas

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Lubbock-cooper-isd-2014-bond-central-elementary-school-addition-prototype | Lubbock, Texas

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Lubbockcooper-isd-2014-bond-high-school-classrooms-and-gym-addition | Lubbock, Texas

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Midlothian-community-park-phase-2-preliminary-engineering | Midlothian, Texas

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

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Plains-high-school-gym | Plains, 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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Lobo-stadium | Levelland, 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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Westside-regional-park | El Paso, Texas

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Texas-school-for-the-deaf-master-plan | Austin, 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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Ware-student-commons-lab-renovation-the-underground | Amarillo, Texas

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

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Wiesbaden-high-school | Wiesbaden, Germany

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Young-life-midland | Midland, Texas

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