When Dallas’ original Parkland Hospital was built in 1894, it was a simple clapboard structure. Today, the New Parkland Hospital spans more than 185,806 m2 (2 million sf) and its façade comprises a proprietary system of metal panels.
Visitors to the Circuit of the Americas Observation Tower and Austin360 Amphitheater are fully immersed in the experience of Formula 1 racing, thanks to red steel tubes evoking the glowing tail lights of a car left behind in the dark.
When Texas State Bank (TSB) opened its headquarters in San Angelo, in 1977, the HVAC on its rooftop was a state-of-the-art chilled water loop system. Three decades later, and annual cooling tower costs were spiraling.
Owners of a shopping mall in Austin, Texas, wanted to improve the shopping experience and add to the high-class ambience of the facility with a landscape renovation and polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) membrane cover for the common shopping area.
Situated on a hill in a Dallas-Fort Worth suburb, Mansfield Independent School District’s Center for the Performing Arts features oversized entrances matched with large, curving spans of glass and aluminum storefront, as well as a curtain wall with sunshades, drawing attention from the students, staff, and community.