TOYO INK – Studies for additions to the Toyo Ink processing plant in Bryan , Texas.  These additions were to the Grauve (ink mfgr.) and to the warehouse.  Both were hazardous ocupancies and required special considerations under the building code.

HTRI is an international company specializing in heat transfer technology. Phase one of establishing their 21 acre campus in Navasota, Texas included constructing a 23,172 sq ft research facility. This research and testing center included a high bay exchanger testing room and associated offices for research support staff. The design posed some unique structural challenges with a 40 foot eave height and rolling crane

MISCELLANEOUS WAREHOUSES – Multiple warehouse projects from simple S1 storage ocupancies to H3 for storage of hazardous materials.  Multiple new buildings from 23.5k sf.

BRYAN TEXAS ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SERVICE CENTER-14 Acre Master plan for Electrical Distribution Services center Office building of 16,000 sf and Warehouse/Vehicle Queuing Building of 62,000 sf . Masterplan completed to allow 7 acres of paving and all site utilities.