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As the population in Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) continues to grow along with development opportunities we are left wondering what development trends can be anticipated in 2019.

I attended the DFW Industrial and Logistics Outlook Conference to understand the industrial demand in DFW and how local developers are getting more creative with site selection and design elements to stay competitive. Lately, there has been a robust market for industrial companies in DFW. Can...

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Facilities Practice Leader Alfred Vidaurri was elected secretary of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) ​ this past summer at the organization's annual business meeting.

NCARB , which is made up of the architectural licensing boards of 54 states and territories, develops and administers national programs for licensure candidates and architects.

Alfred, a longtime member of the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners , chaired...

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Architecture and special guests toured the nearly completed Tarrant County College District ​Center of Excellence for Energy Technology on July 8. The complex will be the new home for the Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Technology (HART) program and house new associate degree programs in Oil and Gas and Renewable Energy.

The tour, led by Project Manager Allen McRee, included information about design, materials and sustainable design features. Once...

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Congratulations to Transportation Practice Leader Alan Greer, who was recognized by Colleyville Mayor David Kelly for his four years of service as chairman of the City of Colleyville Architectural Review Committee.

This committee provides recommendations to the City Council for exterior and interior compliance with development standards and city matching grants for new and existing building construction.

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Construction on the Tarrant County College Energy Technology Center continues to run smoothly, with substantial completion scheduled for May 7. Freese and Nichols is the Architect of Record for the project.

The complex, which will be the largest facility on the campus, will provide a long-needed new home for the Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Technology (HART) program and house new associate degree programs in Oil and Gas and Renewable...

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A press conference was held last month in Dallas announcing the City’s plans to boost the aesthetic feel of the Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard corridor. The City plans to accomplish this by installing a series of Freese and Nichols-designed towers and streetscape improvements along the intersections of Atlanta Street and MLK, Malcolm X Boulevard and MLK, and also from the DART Station to Fair Park. The design monuments will include illuminated panels and artistic...

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The evolution of downtown Dallas — from a 5 p.m. ghost town to a thriving arts district where people live and work — continues to gain momentum. A new structure pops up every four to six months. But this exciting time leaves some asking about the city’s history. Can legacy buildings stay relevant? The University of North Texas at Dallas with the architects of Freese and Nichols and the designers of Ayers Saint Gross are...

Read More - Architecture Project Marries Dallas' Past and Future

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