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Metal Construction News – Galveston Transit Terminal

Powers Brown Architecture of Texas LLC specified aluminum composite material (ACM) panels and perforated aluminum panels in its design to renovate Island Transit’s Galveston Transit Terminal for busses. The perforated panels provide a vehicle screen and ventilation. The ACM was used for sunshading components. Galveston Transit Terminal is located in the Strand Historic District in downtown Galveston, which is a National Historic Landmark...
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Dallas developer building another spec industrial project in Houston

Dallas-based Crow Holdings Industrial announced last week that it broke ground on Victory Commerce Center, a spec industrial project in the southeast Houston area.

The project is a 349,050-square-foot Class A, cross-dock, tilt-wall distribution building, according to a press release. It’s at 2851 E. Pasadena Blvd. in Deer Park, near the Port of Houston. The building is expected to be complete in the first quarter of 2019, per the release....
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Powers Brown Architecture promotes Prestenbach

Lauren Amber Prestenbach
Lauren Amber Prestenbach, NCIDQ, LEED AP ID+C, EDAC, IIDA, was promoted to principal of Powers Brown Architecture’s Denver office. Previously, she served as director of interiors of the firm’s Denver office. Her most recent projects with the firm include...
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Hotel breaks ground in massive mixed-use development in northeast Houston

A Courtyard by Marriott hotel broke ground last week in Generation Park, Houston-based McCord Development Inc.’s 4,000-acre master-planned commercial park at the northeast corner of Beltway 8.

Oxford, Ohio-based Hotel Development Services is developing the hotel — the company’s first in Texas — on a 1-acre site, according to a press release. Expo Construction Group is the general contractor, and Mark Carlsen Design and Powers Brown Architecture worked on the project’s design...

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