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 (RTC). 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. Phase two expanded the HRTI campus to include a new office complex with two new freestanding structures. The complex consisted of a dining and training center and an office building accompanied by a pavilion, covered parking, and site amenities. The dining and training center is a new freestanding building of 14,968 sq ft. It offers amenities to the patrons such as an exercise room with associated showers, toilets, lockers, and dressing rooms as well as a catering kitchen, dining area with restaurant style booths. The training room is separate from the dining hall by a folding partition and features a seating area with associated table and chair storage room, lectern area with a fixed projection screen, and a coffee bar area.
Blue Bonnet Country Masterplan– this master plan revision of an existing golf and residential community. This master plan reorganized the 18 hole golf course and improved topography. Also include in the master plan was equine trails, jogging, bicycle trails, golf academy, clubhouse, hotel, convention and meeting center, RV park, B&B buildings, and multiple planned neighborhoods. The entry image and gates were restructured to enhance the new branded image.
Mid-South Synergy – Lone Star Campus– This 37 acre master plan for a new operations center included a 52,000 sf warehouse facility; 20,000 sf vehicle maintenance facility; 19,500 sf product distribution queuing building; an 8 bay fueling station; covered vehicle parking; operations office building 8,000 sf; buildings for data/ fiber distribution; a 10 acre lay-down parts storage yard and an 11 acre storm water holding pond. The site was planned for a 625kw generator. The site required 460,800 sf (11.75 acres) of concrete paving. Site layout considerations included vehicle flow for utility trucks; separated staff parking and vehicle flow; driveway entries to a major TxDot roadway; separate entry and traffic flow for private utility contractor access to warehouse; complete underground utilities for water, sewer, electrical and data pathways. Underground fuel storage (15k gal) and associated piping. Resiliency was of prime concern with regard to natural disasters. Buildings were designed for 200 mph wind loads.