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191 Peachtree
BMC Phases 3&4
Enron Building 2
Sacred Heart
Audrey Beck Museum of Fine Arts
George Bush
Presidential Library
Dallas Museum of Art
Rice University Jones
School of Management
University of Texas
Executive Building
Texas A&M Foundation
University of Texas
School of Nursing
Austin New City Hall
and Public Plaza
Sam Nunn Atlanta
Federal Center
Federal Reserve Bank
of Atlanta
Federal Reserve Bank
of Houston
Dell Children's Medical
Center of Central
Memorial Hermann
Medical Plaza
Villa d'Este &
Greenway Plaza
American General
Four Seasons Hotel
Centennial Olympic
Stadium & Turner Field
University of Texas
Houston Sports Arena
(Toyota Center)
Houston Pavilions

191 Peachtree

191 Peachtree Tower is the fourth tallest skyscraper in Atlanta, Georgia. Standing in at 770 feet (235 m) and 50 stories, it is also among the tallest 200 buildings in the world. Designed by Johnson/Burgee Architects and Kendall/Heaton Associates Inc, the building was completed in 1990 and won BOMA Building of the Year Awards the next year, repeating in 1998 and 2003.



BMC Phases 3&4

BMC Software Building Three is a nine-story, 264,600-square-foot office building within BMC's expansive Westchase-area campus. The building features a two-story entrance lobby that provides guests with an expansive view of the campus, and includes the executive briefing center for the entire BMC Software complex. Building Four is a 21-story, 666,000-square-foot office building. Completed in 2001, BMC Software Building Four is handsomely clad in two-tone glass with unique structural elements at the building crown.


Enron Building 2

Originally known as the Enron South Building, this building is a 1.2 million sq. ft., 40-story tower located at 1500 Louisiana. It contained four, 55,000 sq. ft. foot transaction floors that featured 14-foot ceilings with the ability to accommodate 500 transaction desks. According to county records, Enron's headquarters building was owned by Brazos Office Holdings II Ltd., which was one of Enron's more than 3,000 partnerships.



Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral

The Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral is a downtown Houston landmark. Dedicated in 2008, the building is topped by a green dome 117-feet above the surface street, and is punctuated by a 140-foot-tall belltower. The building features a classic design with a free-standing bell tower reminiscent of cathedrals of Italy. It can hold over 18-hundred parishioners underneath its vaulted ceiling and metal dome.



Audrey Beck Museum of Fine Arts

This building houses the John A. and Audrey Jones Beck Collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art, which has been on view in the museum's galleries since 1974. The paintings in the Beck Collection were personally selected by Audrey Beck and her late husband and are a rich selection of Impressionist, Pointillist, and Fauvist works. The Beck Collection contains paintings by artists such as Gustave Caillebotte, Paul Cezanne, Andre Derain, Vincent van Gogh, Henri Matisse, Claude Monet, and Georges Seurat, among others, and is one of the public's most cherished collections of the museum.



George Bush Presidential Library

The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum is the presidential library of George H. W. Bush, the 41st President of the United States. It was dedicated on November 6, 1997 and opened to the public shortly thereafter. The library and museum is located on a ninety-acre site on the west campus of Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.



Dallas Museum of Art

The Dallas Museum of Art recently celebrated one hundred years of connecting art and people. Established in 1903, the Museum features an outstanding collection of more than 23,000 works of art from around the world, from ancient to modern times.



Rice University Jones School of Management

The 167,000-square-foot Jones Graduate School building is located directly across from the Ley Student Center. The building’s façade follows the architectural principles of other buildings on the Rice campus, with its use of classic St. Joe brick and precast concrete construction. The decorative and symbolic iconography included on the building is also in keeping with the style of others on campus.



University of Texas Executive Building

This 500,000-square-foot center will serve the meeting and conferencing needs of the university community and state and national higher education associations. With its comprehensive array of features, it will be among the premier executive education facilities in the nation. Located on the southern edge of the Forty Acres at the intersection of Martin Luther King Boulevard and University Drive, the center will serve as a new gateway to the university.



Texas A&M Foundation Headquarters

Headquarters of the Texas A&M Foundation, the Hagler Center is located on the corner of George Bush Drive and Houston Street on the Texas A&M campus. The Foundation is Texas A&M’s major gift fundraising organization, managing net assets of $1 billion. Its staff of 88 works closely with donors?the majority of who are former students?to support academics, student activities and facilities.



University of Texas School of Nursing

This eight-story, $57-million building encompassing 195,000 sq. ft. facility was designed with a focus on energy efficiency, increased air quality, improved natural daylighting, reduction of polluting emissions and run-off, and increased user satisfaction. The building includes approximately 20,000 sq. ft. of classrooms, a 200-seat auditorium, café and dining room, bookstore, student lounge, student government offices, research laboratory and faculty offices.



Austin New City Hall and Public Plaza

This building received the Green Roof Award of Excellence by the Green Roofs for Healthy Cities organization.



Sam Nunn Atlanta Federal Center

The Sam Nunn Atlanta Federal Center houses 5,000 employees for dozens of federal agencies. The center combines four distinct structural elements in a U-shaped configuration in central downtown Atlanta, near the Georgia Dome and the recreational attraction Underground Atlanta. Construction of the facility was completed in phases, with the first completed in 1996 and the final phase in 1008. The facility was named the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Government Building of the Year for the Southeast Region in 1999.



Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

The Federal Reserve Bank building is a 10-story office building and a factory where millions of dollars worth of currency and checks are processed every day. It is also a conference and education center for economists, bankers and government officials.



Federal Reserve Bank of Houston

This 12-acre property impacted by contamination from an underground petroleum plume was transformed into a state-of-the-art facility for Federal Reserve Bank operations. A partnership among the City of Houston, Harris County, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), and private entities, with assistance from the City of Houston’s Brownfields Redevelopment Program, breathed new life into this once abandoned site. In January 2000, the Federal Reserve Bank acquired the contaminated property for $20 million to construct a new federal facility and relocate its existing Houston banking operations currently handled by the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank. Construction was completed in 2 years and the bank opened for business in May, 2005.



Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas

Driven by the client’s desire to achieve LEED platinum-level certification—unprecedented for an inpatient hospital—the design for Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas began with a distinct vision and commitment to significantly reduce the negative impact of the building on its occupants and the environment. Part of a 722-acre new urbanist development on the brownfield site of a former municipal airport, the planning approach split the site diagonally into town-country, and diagnostic and treatment-inpatient dualities. Positioned in the southern part of the site, the distinctly shaped three-story nursing units offer views of the surrounding healing garden and adjacent park, as well as vistas of Austin’s skyline.



Memorial Hermann Medical Plaza

This 31-story addition to the Texas Medical Center (TMC) offers 500,000-sf of retail, ambulatory surgery, and professional office space. Located at the intersections of Fannin, Main, and McGregor, the building’s design fits an 11-story parking garage, 15 floors of doctor’s suites, and 2 floors of a 100,000-sf Ambulatory Surgery Care Center into a tightly packed area. The design incorporates an illuminated crown that at night becomes a beacon of changing colors. The center includes the Roger Clemens Institute for Sports Medicine, the Memorial Hermann Breast Center, and the Memorial Hermann Imaging Center. Skybridges connect the new tower to surrounding buildings, including the Hermann Professional Building to its west and the UT Professional Building to its south.




Atlantis is a tropical resort and hotel featuring a large marine habitat, marina, restaurants, a spa, and much more. It is located in Paradise Island, Bahamas.



Villa d'Este & Montebello Condominiums

Villa d'Este Condominium embodies the best of Houston's high-rise residential buildings. The classic Texas limestone exterior is complemented by landscaped grounds, underground parking, a swimming pool area, a health club and two tennis courts. Montebello Condo exudes privacy and exclusivity, with meticulously detailed interiors and the elegance of ceiling heights of approximately 9'8" in all living areas.



Greenway Plaza

Greenway Plaza is a master-planned mixed-use development off of U.S. Highway 59 in Houston, Texas. It is Houston's first totally planned business-commercial-residential complex developed by the late Kenneth Schnitzer. Greenway Plaza is owned and operated by subsidiaries of Crescent Real Estate Equities Co. Most buildings within the Greenway Plaza campus are interconnected by environmentally-controlled bridges, and/or tunnels and covered walkways. The complex, composed of 10 commercial buildings, has a total of 4.25 million square feet (395,000 m²) of Class A office space. The commercial buildings in the complex range from 11 to 31 stories.



American General

The American General Center is a 590ft (180m) tall skyscraper in Houston, Texas. It was completed in 1983 and has 42 floors. It is the 18th tallest building in the city. In 2001, the plaza deck was redesigned to provide a place for employees to meet, enjoy their lunches, and exercise--with a beautiful view of the downtown skyline.



Four Seasons Hotel

In the heart of downtown's financial and business districts, Four Seasons resonates with the cosmopolitan elegance and refined Southern charm. Located on the fourth floor of the Hotel, the oval pool is lined with live oak and palm trees and boasts Brazilian Ipe wood decking, a fire pit for family gatherings, a relaxing hot tub, soothing water wall, Turkish travertine tile and a poolside bar.



Centennial Olympic Stadium & Turner Field

Centennial Olympic Stadium was the 85,000-seat main stadium of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta. Construction of the stadium began in 1993, and it was complete and ready for the Opening Ceremony in July 1996. After the closing ceremony of the 1996 Paralympics, reconstruction began to turn the stadium into a new home for the Atlanta Braves baseball team, which was renamed Turner Field. The southwest corner of the stadium was prebuilt and configured to accommodate the baseball infield and seating.



University of Texas Stadium

The north end lower level was completed for the 2007 football season, with the suites, club seating, chair-backs and upper level being added for the 2008 season. The $176 million project was completed in several phases.



Houston Sports Arena (Toyota Center)

The Toyota Center is an indoor arena located at 1510 Polk Street in Downtown Houston, Texas. Named after the Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota, the Toyota Center houses three sports teams: The Houston Rockets of the NBA, the Houston Comets of the WNBA and The Houston Aeros of the AHL. The Toyota Center was the winner of the Allen Award for Civic Enhancement by Central Houston in 2003, the "Rookie of the Year" award by the Harlem Globetrotters in 2004 and was a finalist for Pollstar Magazine’s "Best New Concert Venue" award. Attendance at events during the facility's first year exceeded 1.5 million people.


Toyota Center


Houston Pavilions

Houston Pavilions is a multi-use commercial development in downtown Houston. The development contains 560,000 square feet of space, including 360,000 square feet of retail space in the first two levels of the development. The project covers three 1.4-acre city blocks. Loft office space is available between Fannin and San Jacinto Streets. The Houston Pavilions' garage is located on the corner of Main and Polk.

The project was developed by Texas Real Estate Trust, Inc. and Entertainment Development Group, who also developed the Denver Pavilions in Denver, Colorado.




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