Patterson Architects Projects


Posted on January 01, 2011

The Brazos County Commissioners Court on Tuesday approved moving ahead with plans to advertise a request for proposals from contractors interested in completing Phase III renovations on the courthouse. Commissioner Kenny Mallard said a timeline doesn’t exist for when the selection will happen or when advertising will begin because the court has not received final plans for the project from Patterson Architects.

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Posted on January 01, 2011
First Bank of Snook
New full service two story banking facility, with drive-thru.  Designed the new facility with teller stations, conference rooms, offices, foyer, elevator, parking and landscaping. New modern design to accommodate the new name for one of our local banks. Provided full services thru construction. Design, bid, and build delivery method. [Read more...]

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Posted on January 01, 2011
BMI Defense Systems  Manufacturing Facility
The 35,536 square foot production building was designed with training rooms, offices, shipping and receiving, sewing production spaces, metal works production spaces, and a mezzanine for storage and future soft goods production.  [Read more...]

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Posted on September 06, 2010
Renovations to the Courthouse include the design of courthouse security and new central holding area on the first floor.  Court holding cells were modified or created at each of the new courts on the second, third and fourth floor of the facility.  A security elevator and connection corridor in the basement was designed to accommodate the sheriff's departments need to move the inmates throughout the courthouse without contact with the general public. [Read more...]

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Posted on January 01, 2010
TTI Environmental Chamber Research Facility, Riverside Campus Texas A&M University  2010
Patterson Architects designed the facility to house the Drive-In Environmental Research Chamber, the largest of its kind in the country. The facility consists of a temperature- and humidity-controlled, 75-by-22-by-22-foot chamber housed in a building that also contains a conference room, offices, control room and vehicle preparation area. It's large enough that an 18-wheeler with trailer or a bus can easily drive into the facility. [Read more...]

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