Texas Wild! Presents the wildlife of Texas in six exhibits representing the major, broad geographic regions of Texas: The Hill Country, Texas Town, Short Grass Prairie, Pineywoods and Swamps, Coastal Marsh, Brush County and Mountain & Desert. All of the Buildings in their landscape settings are meant to give the ambiance of end-of-the nineteenth […]
After writing a successful THC Courthouse Emergency grant for the County, Komatsu Architecture specified and oversaw the restoration of the historic windows. The windows were restored in place and have increased the overall energy efficiency of the building, as well as improved the aesthetics of the exterior and interior.
Historic preservation and new construction.
4,400 sf – Master Plan, Full Restoration, Construction Administration. The depot has been adapted to be used as a visitor’s center and transportation museum. Interior elements were made compliant with ADA standards.
36,000 sf – Master Plan, Full Restoration and Expansion, Construction Administration. Design of child care center in lower level, renovation of residence floors for underprivileged women and administrative spaces, as well as the renovation of a ballroom that generates income for the YWCA’s community programs.
12,900 sf – THC Grant Support, Preservation Master Plan, Complete Interior and Exterior Restoration, Construction Administration. One of the five oldest County Courthouses still in use in the State of Texas, the building was restored with the original historical integrity and upgraded to continue supporting fully-functional county operations.
After writing a successful THC Courthouse Emergency grant for the County, Komatsu Architecture completed the comprehensive restoration of the 48,000 SF courthouse. The restoration included master planning, feasibility studies, work sessions with the Judge and County staff to determine the best approach to space planning, and a full interior and exterior phased restoration, all while […]