“It’s a rich building, in a building type that is rarely rich. The standard of professional competency is really, really high.”
— Brad Cloepfil, AIA

Location Fort Worth
Architect Corgan
Design Team Joe Haver, AIA; Chuck Armstrong, FAIA; Cory Dear, AIA; Nate DeVore, AIA; Justin Dowhower, AIA; Marti DuBuisson; Emily Ronck
Contractor Adolfson & Peterson Construction
MEP Engineer Telios
Structural Engineer Ponce-Fuess
Civil Engineer Pacheco Koch
Technology Moye Consulting
Landscape Architect OJB
Acoustics Jaffe Holden
Commissioning IMEG
Waterproofing Stone & Glazing Consulting
Furniture WRG/Herman Miller
Demountables bkm/Steelcase
Signage D|G Studios
Door Hardware Allegion
Roofing Jim Whitten Roof Consultants

This LEED Gold certified headquarters is the cornerstone of a new corporate campus for a client connected to the aviation industry. The project responds to the bioclimatic conditions of the site while maximizing transparency and views. A hybrid stormwater management strategy, which includes vegetated bioswales and dry creeks, enhances the natural hydrology of the site. The facade is complemented with a custom frit pattern and sun-shading louvers, creating a cost-effective and unique building identity. These data-driven design moves relate visually to the theme of aviation while also functioning efficiently to provide visual and thermal comfort for the occupants.

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