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A Look Back: Golden Bank Building 25th Anniversary

A Look Back: Golden Bank Building 25th Anniversary As we close 2018 and look toward our 36th year, we look back at our beginnings and the projects that have made an impact. Being a part of the vibrant, innovative, and the diverse Houston community since 1983, our firm is continually inspired by the growth of the city and the opportunity to create an environment that engages the unique character and vision of Houston. This year marks the 25th Anniversary of one of...

Construction has Officially Started on the Pines at Bellaire

Construction has Officially Started on the Pines at Bellaire Work has officially started on the Pines at Bellaire in Houston. The three-story, 75,000-square-foot assisted senior living community features a memory care wing for dementia and Alzheimer’s patients and flexible spaces for programs designed to promote physical, mental, and spiritual well-being....

Turtlewood Manor Senior Living Condominiums

Construction has started on Turtlewood Manor Senior Living Condominiums. Nestled in the heart of Chinatown, each of the 62-luxury condominium homes provides a lifestyle where you enjoy the freedom of living without the stress associated with owning and maintaining a house. Experience go-to destinations right outside your door and explore Teo Chew Temple, authentic cuisine, coffee shops, hair salons and more. This environmentally-friendly building is designed with high-quality features such as 9-foot ceilings, granite counter tops, innovative technology, and an elegant...

Site Visit – The Pines at Bellaire

Site Visit! The team recently visited The Pines at Bellaire. The assisted senior living community is a three-story, structural concrete building with zero-combustible materials used in construction. All doors and windows will be ADA compliant with pleasant residential-style interiors for the emotional well-being of the residents with one wing for memory care and Alzheimer’s patients. The structural system employs load bearing metal framing to support structural concrete decks allowing a reduction in the overall height of the building for construction...