University House Austin is a first-class student apartment development with state-of-the-art amenities. This 20 story high-rise student housing project includes 188 apartment units (504 beds) with studio, one, two, three and four bedroom floor plans complete with flat screen televisions and a full private bathroom for each bedroom. Also included is a four level 260-car controlled access parking garage (two levels of which are below-grade), and a 6,000 square foot ground level commercial suite. Features include an expansive clubroom with pool and ping pong tables, wireless gaming & multi-screen TV walls; a terrace-level pool with Jumbotron LED TV; a 2-story Genius Lounge with Mac and PC stations, private study pods and conference rooms with Smart Board technology; 24/7 controlled access throughout; and a state-of-the-art fitness center with integrated media. Also included is a brand new University Lutheran Student Center on the first floor, which replaces the original center, built on the project site in 1971. Located at the northwest corner of West 21st Street and San Antonio, this project was constructed in accordance with LEED Silver certification goals and is an UNO-smart housing development.
Rogers-O’Brien completed a ground-up, two-story, 90,000-SF Neiman Marcus store in the new 270-acre Shops at Clearfork retail development in Fort Worth, Texas. Exterior consists of a one-of-a-kind precast design with multiple architectural elements on each elevation of the building. The interior consists of high-end vendor shops including Zegna, David Yurman, Canali, Chanel, Gucci, Prada as well as several others. The interior lighting package comprised over 4,000 fixtures the bulk of which were installed in Level 5 finished drywall ceilings. The interior finish-out process required numerous coordination meetings with the design team and representatives from the various vendor shops in order to create seamless transitions between the sales floor and vendor shop areas.
A new brick manufacturing complex including multiple pre-engineered metal buildings totaling 400,000 SF under roof. The project consists of the main plant and manufacturing line, clay storage, grinding and grinding storage, reclaimer, maintenance, sorting and wrap station, fuel tank area, loading dock and sales office.
The project was completed under a Design Build contract. The Owner came to Rogers-O’Brien with their civil engineering partner Freese and Nichols that provided programming and conceptual design and civil engineering services for the project. We were given their prototype engineering drawings and manufacturing line schematics and directed to work with our subcontractor partners to provide full service design, engineering and construction (design-assist). Brick manufacturing commenced January 2016.
This 227,421 project for Parkland Health and Hospital System is a 5-story, outpatient clinic with 171 exam rooms and 12 treatment room serving Urology, Neurology, ENT, Imaging, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Pre-Anesthesia and Surgical Exam services. To further support the clinic services there are multiple MRI, CT and X-ray rooms. Construction included connecting an existing second story pedestrian tunnel.
This project was a joint venture with JEDunn Construction.
Part of the Cypress Waters development in Dallas, Texas, this 327,000 SF 4-story shell tilt-wall office and parking garage serves as a new regional headquarters for CoreLogic bringing 1,300 local employees from the existing Westlake and Richardson locations. The embedded CoreLogic logo on the building was achieved through the use of a fritted glass technique whereby the color is integral of the glass and not a decal or applied sticker. Rogers-O’Brien documented 49 weather-delay days during the construction of this project. The entire building site was matted to prevent sinking and sandbags used. Even with significant weather delays the building was delivered on time. Through buy-out savings Rogers-O’Brien was able to return $640,992 to the owner which they used for tenant-improvement upgrades.
Building II started as site retaining walls only for two new building additions adjacent to the current site and then evolved into the entire Building 2 facility including data center ft up complete in 7.5 months. This tilt-wall and precast structure houses a single tenant (Fortune 100 client) with 18 MW of critical load, totaling 188,617 SF. With a 7.5 month schedule, this ground-up project was completed on time from start to a fully commissioned data center with 4 months of around-the-clock construction. To reduce noise to an adjacent residential neighborhood and two separate utility yards, 30’ tall sound barrier walls were installed on the entire west side of the project site. These walls consisted of poured-in-place concrete, tilt panels and precast at various areas of the building to remain within the sound ordinance levels.
The Methodist Richardson Medical Center Bush/Renner Hospital includes a 266,250 SF acute-care hospital to complement the existing physician office building, emergency room and cancer center. The 4-story hospital initially opened with 125 beds, with shell space for 50 more. The hospital features a Women’s Pavilion, a Level III neonatal intensive care unit, as well as labor, delivery and recovery services. The hospital also offers advanced cardiac care, including catheterization procedures and electrophysiology as well as surgical services. A radiology department utilizes the latest in imaging technology to better diagnose and treat medical conditions. The project received the 2014 Topping Out Community Impact Award.
Renovation & upgrades to the Ford Stadium included the addition of eight new suites / 163 new seats, and a new 228-seat Hall of Champions Club, in time for the 2013 season and SMU’s move to the BIG EAST. Among the great features of the new Club and suites is their indoor/outdoor design which will allow fans to enjoy the comfort of indoor amenities as well as the excitement of sitting out in the bowl and hearing the roar of the crowd and the hard-hitting action on the field.
1400 Hi Line is a 340,000 SF, 23-story residential tower with a concrete frame and a glass and stucco exterior façade. The building offers 314 multi-family rental units and approximately 27,000 SF of street-level retail.
The one-acre rooftop park includes an infinity edge pool, fire pits, cabanas and outdoor grills. Residents enjoy the adjacent indoor pool-side recreational lounge with floor-to-ceiling glass capturing dramatic views of the Dallas skyline, a full catering facility for private parties and a 3,000 SF state-of-the-art fitness center.
The Angelika Theatre interior finish out incorporated high-end materials that resulted in a sophisticated, luxurious venue. The 20,000 SF theatre features Angelika’s signature crystal chandelier and a free-standing radius stairwall with stainless steel rails and decorative concrete steps to match the stained concrete on the second floor concession lobby. The glass elevator is trimmed in brushed stainless steel and the elevator face on the second floor features walls fabricated from the same Israeli-imported granite that is used on the first floor.
The floor and columns on the first level of the theatre are crafted of polished bamboo. The concession stands on the second floor were made of exotic woods imported from Australia. Rogers-O’Brien installed all the equipment for concessions. Two of the theatres were designed for conference room capabilities, with dimming lights, podium and computer/Internet connectivity that ties into the theatre sound system. The team installed stereo sound systems in the entire theatre complex.