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  • DESIGN Problem Solving CONSTRUCTION METHODS BIM Solution Driven SYSTEM INTEGRATION AGGREGATE PROJECT LIST OF PROFESSIONAL WORK STEPHEN THOMAS HINES
  • PROJECT LIST TABLE OF CONTENTS ACADEMIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 02 ANIMAL CARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 06 COMMERCIAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 08 COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 ECCLESIASTICAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 FORENSIC ARCHITECTURE REPORTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 HISTORIC PRESERVATION AND RESTORATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 HOSPITALITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 HOUSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 INDUSTRIAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 LIBRARIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 MEDICAL CLINICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 RECREATIONAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 RESEARCH LABORATORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 RETAIL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 SUPPORTING LEED INITIATIVES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Tom Hines Table of Contents - 1 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ACADEMIC K-12 ‘ Classroom and Gymnasium Addition to Caldwell Middle School - McKinney ISD  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design, Contract Documents, Specifications, Bidding, Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - MEP and Structural Consultant  Project Highlights: ˜ Replacement after fire burned fifty year old gymnasium ˜ Four Classrooms, Teacher Lounge ˜ Restrooms and Junior High Gymnasium ˜ 9,200 SF - $550,000 ‘ Our Mother of Mercy Catholic School - Diocese of Fort Worth, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Complete Project Responsibility  Project Highlights: ˜ Demolition of the existing Pre-World War II Facility ˜ New Facility is for K through 8 ˜ 8 Classrooms, Library, Music Room, Cafeteria Commercial Kitchen, Administration Offices ˜ 16,000 SF - $2.4 Million ACADEMIC COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY ‘ Planetarium Renovation and Upgrade for Somerville Junior College - Somerville, New Jersey  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Consultant to Architect of Record ˜ As-Built Conditions Drawings and Report, Program  Project Highlights: ˜ Restore of usage the existing planetarium, Light Locks, Projector Boxes, Seating, Mechanical Systems. Control Systems, Install new Star and Sky Projector System and Computer ‘ Replacement of Three Cooling Towers - Texas A&M University - College Station, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Civil Engineering Consultant, Physical Plant Central Shop Forces  Project Highlights: Tom Hines 2 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ Develop “As-Built” Drawings of buried piping system ˜ Removal and Replacement of three domestic water well cooling towers, controls and platform repairs ˜ Phase 1 of a four phase replacement and repair project of towers located in the university’s domestic water well field. ˜ $1.3 Million ‘ Asbestos Abatement Program For Campus and Steam Tunnels  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Project Team: 2 Staff in addition to Abatement Consultant and Physical Plan Central Shop Forces and User Coordinator  Project Highlights: ˜ Seven Phases with Assessment Report ˜ Removal and Replacement of damaged and deteriorated crysatile asbestos pipe insulation in the steam tunnels; ˜ Encasement of damaged pipe insulation in several classroom buildings ˜ Removal of damaged and deteriorated vinyl asbestos floor tile and mastic ˜ $6.7 Million ‘ Restroom facility for Omar Smith Tennis Center - Texas A&M University - College Station, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Design, Interiors, Construction Documents, Bidding, Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - 2 Staff in addition to User Coordinator  Project Highlights: ˜ Men & Women Restroom with open security gates ˜ P.E. Department Storage Room and Covered Classroom ˜ Utility Infrastructure and removal of two tennis courts ˜ $70,000 ‘ Re-roof of 10 Buildings - Deferred Maintenance - Texas A&M University - College Station, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Design, Construction Documents, Bidding, Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - 2 Staff in addition to the various building User Coordinators  Project Scope Included ˜ Removal of debris and the repair of damage to structure Tom Hines 3 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ Clean existing membrane and apply new polyurethane foam system with aromatic or acrylic coating ˜ 500,000 SF - $2.5 Million ‘ Removal and Replacement of 300 Feet of Cast Iron Sanitary Sewer Below the Commons Dining Facility Concrete Floor “On-Grade” Via Tunneling - Texas A&M University  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Construction Documents, Construction Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - 3 Staff in addition to Physical Plant Central Shop, User Coordinator  Project Highlights: ˜ Removal and Replacement of portions of the suspended concrete floor structure ˜ Removal of soil fill material and tunneling along the path of the deteriorated cast-iron sewer pipe that had failed due to the chemicals used in the facility’s dishwasher. ˜ Replacement of the pipe with Schedule 80 PVC ˜ Install tunnel support structure to remain in place; install sump pump in elevator pit, install a constant fan ventilation system for tunnel. ˜ $1.7 Million ‘ Renovation of floors 7, 9, &10 of Rudder Tower - Texas A&M University  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Design, Interiors, Construction Documents, Bidding and Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - 4 Staff in addition to MEP and Abatement Consultant, and User Coordinator  Project Highlights: ˜ Abatement of all asbestos contaminated material ˜ Demolition of the existing construction ˜ Renovate and upgrade for new administrative offices for the President and Vice-President of the University ˜ Inner and outer offices, reception, fire egress passage, conference rooms, storage and library ˜ 12,000 SF - $625,000 Tom Hines 4 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Renovation of Farrell Hall for Student Activities Center - Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Specifications, Contract Administration ˜ Project Team: MEP Consultant  Project Highlights: ˜ Renovate the existing facility from the campus commercial laundry facility ˜ Provide Washateria with 100 washers and 50 dryers, Student Lounges, Food Court ˜ Re-roof, New MEP Systems ˜ 21,000 SF - $1.9 Million Tom Hines 5 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ANIMAL CARE ‘ Animal Shelter for the City of McKinney, Texas  Project Architect ˜ Program, Design  Project Highlights: ˜ Proposed by a private firm to build and operate for the city. ˜ Public Lobby, Manager’s Quarters with Bath ˜ Animal Receiving, Scrub Room, Humane Sleep Room ˜ Small Animal Kennel with Sick Areas ˜ Large Animal Kennel with Sick Areas ˜ 6,200 SF - Not Built ‘ Hoof Research Lab - Veterinary Medicine (VetMed) Facility - Texas A&M University - College Station, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Design, Interiors, Construction Documents, Bidding, Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - 5 Staff in addition to VetMed Staff, MEP Consultant, Physical Plant Central Shop Forces, General Contractor and User Coordinator  Project Highlights: ˜ Incorporate and existing abandoned horse barn with existing relocated corral fencing into Lab facilities ˜ Renovate the two facilities and provide additional construction ˜ Two Labs with 18' High Ceilings, One Room to have Stock and Ceiling Mounted Winch; New MEP Infrastructure ˜ Cleaning Room, Office, Restroom with Shower, Feed Storage ˜ Covered Loading Entry and Site Work ˜ 3,100 SF - $230,000 ‘ New Stallion Barn Center - Texas A&M University - College Station, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Design, Interiors, Construction Documents, Bidding, Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - 2 Staff in addition MEP Consultant and User Coordinator  Project Highlights: ˜ Ten. Stalls, Two stalls have an operable partition for mare with foal ˜ Equipment Room and Silo ˜ Water Spray Cooling System for fly control; ventilation system ˜ 4,100 SF - $320,000 Tom Hines 6 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ New Range Science Research Lab - Range Science Department - Texas A&M University  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Design, Interiors, Construction Documents, Bidding, Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - 2 Staff in addition to MEP Consultant, User Coordinator  Project Highlights: ˜ Three Classrooms, Restrooms, Offices, Storage and Large Shop Area ˜ 8,000 SF - $750,000 ‘ Chicago Veterinary Emergency Services - Chicago, Illinois  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Completion, Construction Documents  Project Highlights: ˜ Five Exam Rooms. Lobby and Business Administration, Treatment Area, Dual Surgical Suite, Holding Kennel, Conference Room, Offices, Employee Lounge. ˜ 7,400 SF - $1.3 Million ‘ Vet At The Barn - Chestnut Ridge, New York  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager/Project Architect ˜ Design Completion, Planning Board and Architectural Review Board Exhibits.  Project Highlights: ˜ Eight Exam Rooms. Lobby, Retail Sales, Treatment Area, Surgical Suite, Boarding Kennel, Offices, Employee Lounge Staff Area, Product Storage. ˜ 9,400 SF - $1.5 Million ‘ Ann Arbor Animal Hospital - Ann Arbor, Michigan  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager/Project Architect ˜ Design Completion, Design Development, Construction Documents  Project Highlights: ˜ Eight Exam Rooms, Special Procedures Room, Lobby, Treatment Area, Boarding Kennel, 2 Surgical Suites, Doctor Offices, Below Grade Parking Garage, Exotic Animal Ward, Isolation and Recovery Wards, Bulk Food Storage and Retail Sales. ˜ 25,200 SF - $3.5 Million Tom Hines 7 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST COMMERCIAL ‘ Addition and Remodel to the National Headquarters of Fox and Jacobs Homes - Carrollton, Texas.  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Job Captain ˜ Design, Contract Documents, Field Observation, Interior Design coordination. ˜ Project Team - 4 staff in addition to MEP, Structural and Civil Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Two story office addition with Board Room ˜ Restrooms, and President’s Office ˜ Gallery as transition space ˜ Renovation of existing space included Landscape Office, Kitchen and Break room, Restrooms, and Computer Facilities ˜ 8,000 SF - Remodel, 12,000 SF Addition ˜ Budget including furnishings and equipment - $4.25 Million ‘ New Offices for Mike Motto Advertising - Mountainside, New Jersey  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Project Team - 3 Staff in addition to MEP and Structural Consultant  Project Highlights: ˜ Offices for Account Managers, Business Offices, Reference Library, Graphic Design Studio, Design Studio, Lease Space, Conference and Media Room ˜ Restrooms, Mechanical, Elevator, Storage, Site Work, Landscaping ˜ Furniture and Interior Design ˜ 20,000 SF - $3.2 Million ‘ Centerplace Office Building - Jackson, Wyoming - First Design  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Specifications, Presentation to Planning Board and Town Council ˜ Project Team: MEP, Structural, Civil and Landscape Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ 3,900 SF Speculative Office Space - Two Floors, 1,700 Common and Support ˜ 5,600 SF - $800,000 - Not Built Tom Hines 8 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Centerplace Office Building - Jackson, Wyoming - Second Design  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Specifications, Presentation to Planning Board and Town Council ˜ Project Team: MEP, Structural, Civil and Landscape Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ 9,600 SF Speculative Office Space - Two Floors ˜ 1,000 Common and Support ˜ 10,600 SF - $2.2 Million - On Hold to Seek Tenant ‘ New Offices for Sotheby’s International Realty - Jackson, Wyoming  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Preliminary Design of existing building exterior ˜ 9,700 SF - $1.3 Million - Not Built ‘ Rockwall Honda - Al Lamb - Dallas, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Design and Contract Documents ˜ Project Team: MEP, Structural Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ 12,000 SF Motorcycle Showroom and Parts Facility ˜ 25,000 SF Strip Shopping Center Addition ˜ Landscape and Irrigation ˜ Sitework, Civil ˜ $4.1 Million ‘ MIS Facility Renovation Haggar Clothing, Co. - Dallas, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Design and Contract Documents  Project Highlights: ˜ 30, 000 SF Renovation of Existing Facility ˜ Space Planning of 15,000 SF Landscape System ˜ $1.9 Million Tom Hines 9 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Girls Incorporated of Metropolitan Dallas - West Dallas Facility  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect ˜ Programming, Design Development, Contract Documents  Project Highlights: ˜ 2,000 SF Addition ˜ 4,100 SF Renovation of Existing Facility ˜ Structural Systems include structural steel frame, single-ply membrane roof, EIFS Exterior ˜ Site Work, Parking, Landscaping ˜ 6,100 SF - $320,000 ‘ Courtesy Dealership - McKinney, Texas  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Design and Contract Documents ˜ Project Team: MEP, Structural Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Two Complete Side-by-Side Automobile Dealerships ˜ Seven Buildings ˜ Site work, Civil ˜ 94,000 SF Total - $10 + Million ‘ Dye Building - Lewisville, Texas  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design and Contract Documents  Project Highlights: ˜ Renovation and Adaptive Re-use of Existing Building in the Old Town Center ˜ New Facade, Interiors, MEP Systems ˜ 2442 SF - $175,000 ‘ Guest Wing and Office Space Addition to Television Building “C” - Life Outreach International - Euless, Texas  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Director and all Project Requirements  Project Highlights: ˜ Guest and Program Host Dressing Rooms, Green Rooms, Conference Room, Kitchen, Garage. Post Production Suite, Administration Offices, Toilet Rooms ˜ Two story addition ˜ 17,000 SF - Cost withheld Tom Hines 10 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT ‘ Park Maintenance Building for Plano Parks and Recreation Department - Plano, Texas  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Specifications, Construction Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - MEP and Structural Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Superintendent Offices, Storage and Equipment and Three Maintenance Bays ˜ Concrete Tilt-up Walls and Steel Roof System, Storage over offices ˜ 3,200 SF - $220,000 ‘ Renovation and Addition to Main Offices for Plano Parks and Recreation Department - Plano, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Specifications and Construction Contract Administration  Project Highlights: ˜ Renovate and Addition to existing facility ˜ Prepare existing conditions report, design, contract documents. ˜ Office Addition, Employee Break Room, New Restrooms  4,400 SF - Not built. ‘ Fireman Training Facility - Jointly between the City’s of Richardson and Plano  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Interior Design and furniture selection.  Project Scope: ˜ Training Room, Kitchen, Sleeping Quarters, ˜ Restrooms, Storage, Administrative Offices ˜ 3,200 SF - $202,000 ‘ Fire Station #5 - City of Plano, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design, Construction Documents, Specifications, Interior Design and Construction Contract Administration  Project Highlights: Tom Hines 11 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ Three apparatus bays ˜ Day Room, Kitchen, Watch Room, Dorm Area, Dressing and Showers ˜ Equipment Storage, Site Work ˜ 6,000 SF - $555,000 ‘ Public Works Maintenance Facility for the City of Plano - Plano, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Team Member ˜ Design, Contract Documents, Specifications, Interior Design and Finishes ˜ Project Team - 2 Staff, MEP, Structural and Civil Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Complete the construction and design of an existing facility ˜ All offices for Public Works Department ˜ Restrooms, Conference Room, Library, Employee Break room, Reception ˜ Vehicle maintenance bays, lifts, equipment and wash bay ˜ Sign shop, Welding Shop, Parts, Storage and Equipment ˜ Vehicle parking and storage ˜ Material storage for all departments ˜ 20,000 SF - $2.1 Million ‘ Development of the Fifth Floor Courtrooms for the Collin County Courthouse - McKinney, Texas, Collin County Commissioners Court  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Captain ˜ Design, Contract Documents, Project Administration ˜ Design Team - 2 Staff, MEP Consultant  Project Highlights: ˜ Add three Courtrooms, Judges Chambers, Jury Room, Clerk Offices and Support, Public Spaces, Restrooms, Extend the MEP Systems ˜ 10,000 SF - $752,000.00. ‘ County Court at Law Courtroom for Sub-Courthouse - Plano, Texas, Collin County Commissioners Court.  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design, Contract Documents, Bidding, and Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - MEP Consultant  Project Highlights: ˜ New courtroom and Judges Chambers ˜ Jury room, Interior and Exterior Court Landscaping Tom Hines 12 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ 5,300 SF - $335,000 ‘ Housing and Community Development Department Offices - Grand Prairie, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Contract Documents and Specifications  Project Highlights: ˜ Renovation of the former Lone Star Gas Office Building ˜ New Facade, Entrance and Roof ˜ New Interiors, Restrooms, Systems and Offices ˜ New Landscaping, Irrigation System and Parking ˜ Architect’s Estimate $670,000 Bid Price: $517,000 Tom Hines 13 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ECCLESIASTICAL ‘ Full Gospel Assembly of God - McKinney, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design, Contract Documents, Field Observation, Interior Design coordination. ˜ Project Team - MEP, Structural and Civil Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ 600 Seat Auditorium ˜ Choir with Baptistery ˜ Restrooms and Entry Foyer ˜ Parlor & Conference ˜ Education Wing ˜ Family Life Center ˜ 20,000 SF ˜ Budget including furnishings and equipment - $4.25 Million ‘ St. Michael’s Catholic Church - McKinney, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Project Team - MEP and Structural Consultant  Project Highlights: ˜ Classroom addition with 8 rooms to open up into Fellowship Hall ˜ Restrooms, Mechanical, Elevator, Storage, Site Work, Landscaping ˜ Furniture and Interior Design ˜ 4,000 SF - $1.1 Million ‘ Denton Bible Church - Denton, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, ˜ Project Team: MEP  Project Highlights: ˜ 3,500 SF Single Building for Worship and Classrooms ˜ $200,000 Tom Hines 14 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Rush Creek Christian Church - Arlington, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Program and Preliminary Design  Project Highlights: ˜ 600 Seat Auditorium ˜ 8 Classrooms ˜ Family Life Center ˜ 10,600 SF - $2.2 Million - Not Built at that Time ‘ Westminister Presbyterian Church - Bryan, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Preliminary Design for Site Master Plan to include new 700 Seat Auditorium, Classrooms and Renovation of Existing Facility ‘ First Christian Church - McKinney, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development  Project Highlights: ˜ 22,000 SF Family Life Center Addition ˜ $4.1 Million ‘ Mount Gilead Baptist Church - Keller, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Contract Documents, Specifications ˜ Project Team - MEP, Structural and Civil Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ 1,000 Seat Auditorium ˜ Choir, Baptistery and Choir Practice Room ˜ 16,000 SF Classroom Facility ˜ 3,100 SF Administration Wing ˜ 17,000 SF Family Life Center ˜ Restrooms, Elevator, Site Development, Foyer ˜ $6.7 Million Tom Hines 15 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Inspiring Body of Christ (IBOC) - Dallas, Texas  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Director - Complete Project Responsibility  Project Highlights: ˜ 4,200 Seat Auditorium ˜ 70,000 Gallon Saltwater Aquarium and two additional 8,000 Gallon cylindrical aquariums at entries ˜ Choir Practice Room ˜ Youth and Adult Classrooms ˜ Fellowship Hall, Dining Patio with Commercial Kitchen ˜ Administration Wing ˜ Restrooms, Elevator, Site Development, Foyer ˜ 172, 167 SF - $32 Million Tom Hines 16 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST FORENSIC ARCHITECTURE REPORTS ‘ Davis-Gary and Moses Dormitories - Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Constructed in 1920  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Primary Investigator - Water in-migration within one year of renovation ˜ Report disclosed poor workmanship in the application of membrane flashings of the cast stone roof copings. ˜ Samples of masonry wall cubes revealed that the cutting and point operations used incompatible mortars and head joints were not filled. ‘ New Addition to Duncan Dining Hall - Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Original Building Constructed in 1930. Addition Constructed in 1988  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Primary Investigator - Water In-migration began within 6 months of construction ˜ Report disclosed poor workmanship in the application of membrane flashings of the parapet walls and improper membrane was used in that the membrane had deteriorated. ˜ Samples of masonry wall cubes revealed that head and bed joints were not filled and that the mortar droppings had filled the cavity bottom not allowing water to drain through the weep holes. ‘ Hass & McFadden Modular Dormitories - Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Constructed in 1988  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Primary Investigator - Water In-migration within one year of renovation ˜ Report disclosed that construction of the concrete shell modules were not as designed by the engineers resulting in a deflection of the unit ends. The exterior steel stud curtain walls were being pinched allowing wind driven water to penetrate the perimeter joints. Stucco walls were absorbing water, growing mold and leaking into students closets. ‘ Architecture Building “C” - Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Constructed in 1965  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Primary Investigator - Water In-migration through stone cladding ˜ Report disclosed that the stone hangers experienced various stages of deterioration and were not as specified. ˜ Examinations of failed areas indicated that the joint sealants had no attention since construction. Tom Hines 17 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Heldenfelds Hall - Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Constructed in 1982  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Primary Investigator - Units form the masonry veneer were falling from building ˜ Report disclosed poor workmanship in the application of masonry veneer at the locations of steel angle lintels. ˜ Visual investigation revealed that the locations of lintels and floor shelf angles did not aligning with the vertical coursing of the masonry units and the steel was not properly supported. Loading of the steel was passing to the veneers causing the units literally pop off under the pressure. ‘ Bio-Science and Biophysics Building - Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Constructed in 1989  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Primary Investigator - Water In-migration within six month of occupancy. ˜ Report disclosed poor workmanship in the application of membrane flashings and the of the masonry at the soldier belt coursing at the floor shelf angles. ˜ Samples of masonry wall cubes revealed that although the head and joint look good from the exterior, they were not filled thus allowing wind driven water to penetrate. ˜ The cavity at the shelf angle was full of mortar up to 8 inches high restricting water from draining to the exterior. Tom Hines 18 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST HISTORIC PRESERVATION AND RESTORATION ‘ Exterior Restoration of Old Collin County Courthouse - McKinney, Texas, Collin County Commissioners Court - Constructed in 1885. Chamber of Commerce Design Award  Registered Texas Historical Landmark  National Register of Historic Places  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design, Contract Documents, Specifications, Landscape and Irrigation Design ˜ Project Team - 2 Staff  Project Highlights: ˜ Historical Restoration of the exterior and the grounds ˜ Replace roof, Return clocks and clock houses to full working condition ˜ Repair bell housing to chime ˜ Landscaping and benches ˜ Master Plan the surrounding town square ˜ $225,000 ‘ Restoration and Preservation of John Dodd’s Tavern - Lincoln Park, New Jersey. Constructed in 1726  State of New Jersey Historical Landmark  National Register of Historic Places  Project Responsibilities ˜ Consultant to Owner ˜ Advise during design and construction on historic restoration.  Project Highlights: ˜ Historical Restoration of the exterior and the grounds ˜ Adaptive reuse of the interior as a dental office ˜ $525,000 ‘ Smith-Welch Memorial Library - Hearne, Texas. Constructed in 1879  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Existing Conditions Report, Stabilization and Restoration Plan and Budget  Project Highlights: ˜ Historical Restoration of the exterior and the interior ˜ Application and nomination to the State of Texas Register of Historical Landmarks and The National Register of Historical Places ˜ 9,000 SF - $1 Million Tom Hines 19 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ ICTEA Grant Application ‘ Southern Pacific Railroad Depot - Hearne, Texas. Constructed in 1895  Project Responsibilities ˜ Consulting Manager and Architect ˜ Existing Conditions Report, Stabilization and Restoration Plan and Budget  Project Highlights: ˜ Historical Restoration of the exterior and the interior ˜ Application and nomination to the State of Texas Register of Historical Landmarks and The National Register of Historic Places ˜ ICTEA Grant Application ‘ City Cafe - Hearne, Texas. Constructed in 1879  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager Architect ˜ Existing Conditions Report, Stabilization and Restoration Plan and Budget  Project Highlights: ˜ Historical Stabilization of the exterior and roof ˜ Application and nomination to the State of Texas Register of Historical Landmarks and The National Register of Historical Places ˜ 9,000 SF - $30,000 ‘ Hammond House - Calvert, Texas. Old Robertson County Courthouse and Jail. Constructed in 1876  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Existing Conditions Report, Stabilization and Restoration Plan and Budget  Project Highlights: ˜ Phase 1 ‰ Historical Stabilization of the exterior and the interior masonry structure and original standing seam tin roof ‰ $87,000 ‰ $10,000 received from Texas Preservation Trust Fund Grant ˜ Phase 2 ‰ Adaptive Reuse of the building to be a Bed and Breakfast Establishment ‰ Four Bedrooms each with bathrooms, Kitchen, Great Room, Sitting Room, Laundry Room, Storage ‰ New MEP Systems ‰ $425,000 ˜ Phase Three - Stabilization and Adaptive Reuse of the Old Kitchen Building Tom Hines 20 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ Phase Four - Stabilization and Adaptive Reuse of the Carriage House ‘ Old Post Office - Caldwell, Texas  National Register of Historic Places  Project Responsibilities ˜ Consulting Architect ˜ Existing Conditions Report, Stabilization and Restoration Plan and Budget  Project Highlights: ˜ Historical Restoration of the exterior and the interior ˜ Adaptive Reuse Plan for County Commissioners ˜ 9,000 SF - $1 Million ‘ Historical Master Plan for Downtown - Hearne, Texas  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager Architect ˜ Restoration and Re-development Plan  Project Highlights: ˜ Re-Development Plan to include an Historical District ˜ Historical Preservation Ordinance and Plan ˜ Sidewalk Repair and ADA Access ‘ Historical Master Plan for Calvert, Texas  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager ˜ Restoration and Re-development Plan for the existing historical district and an additional historical district ˜ Johanna Favrot Grant Application ‘ Ackermann - Gray Home - Rapid City, South Dakota  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager ˜ Restoration Concept Plan ˜ Johanna Favrot Grant Application Tom Hines 21 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Historic Bowles Home - Grand Prairie, Texas  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager, Architect ˜ Design, Construction Drawings, Specifications  Project Highlights: ˜ Fire Restoration ˜ Historical Stabilization ˜ Deferred Maintenance Tom Hines 22 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST HOSPITALITY ‘ La Belle Maison - New Orleans, Louisiana for Fairfield Timeshare Resorts  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager/Project Architect ˜ Construction Documents, Specifications, Coordination with Consultants Construction Administration  Project Highlights: ˜ 134 Key Timeshare Condominium incorporating four civil war era masonry structures and adding floors up to nine stories; ˜ All typical amenities ˜ 128,000 SF +, $28 million ‘ Restoration of the Armstrong Ball Room - Sheraton Canal Street - New Orleans, Louisiana  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager/Architect ˜ Documentation of existing conditions, restoration construction documents; ˜ Coordinate interior design and with Sheraton’s Construction Manager  Project Highlights: ˜ Restore and renovate to the room played by the legendary singer Luis Armstrong resulting damage caused by Hurricane Katrina. ˜ Work included ballroom, cabana rooms, corridor and break-out rooms ˜ 20,000 SF - Cost not disclosed ‘ Serranos Salasa Company - Lafayette, La.  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager/Architect - Full project responsibilities  Project Highlights: ˜ Stand-alone Brand marquee restaurant for company as showcase image across the I-10 Louisiana Corridor serving Latin American Cuisine ˜ 3 dining areas and patio, bar and bar patio; kitchen and office ˜ Furnishings and Mural over Bar ˜ 6,000 SF - $1.4 Million Tom Hines 23 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Besh Steakhouse - Harrah’s Casino - New Orleans, Louisiana  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager/Architect ˜ Document existing conditions, construction contract documents ˜ Coordinate interior design and with Harrah’s Construction Manager  Project Highlights ˜ Renovation and Addition enlarging the existing restaurant and adjacent public restrooms; ˜ Renovate kitchen, staff areas and dining facilities ‘ Cabo Wabo - Harrah’s Casino for Sammy Hagar - New Orleans, Louisiana  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager ˜ Document existing conditions, design documents ˜ Coordinate interiors  Project Highlights ˜ Convert existing 20,000 SF bus parking area in parking garage into restaurant and entertainment venue at Harrah’s Casino ˜ Provide kitchens, dining areas, Red Rocker Lounge stage and dressing rooms ˜ Placed on hold due to hurricane Katrina ‘ Renovation of the Third Floor Ball Room - Marriott Hotel - Medical District - Houston, Texas  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manger ˜ Document existing conditions, construction contract documents ˜ Coordinate interior design and with Marriott’s Construction Manager  Project Highlights ˜ Complete renovation and upgrades to front of house areas including the main ball room; ˜ All break-out rooms, public restrooms and lobby ˜ 20,000 SF - cost not disclosed Tom Hines 24 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Appelt Aggieland Visitor Center in Rudder Tower, Texas A&M University College Station, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Design, Interiors, Construction Documents and Specifications, Bidding, Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - 4 Staff in addition to Design Consultant, MEP Consultant and Asbestos Abatement Consultant, Multi-media and Technology Design Team and User Coordinator  Project Scope Included: ˜ Multi-media mini-theater with 16 screen computer-generated program and music ˜ Three computer stations for user interactive application providing information to students and visitors about the university, the community and the region ˜ Information Desk, Commons Area and Storage ˜ Asbestos pipe insulation and fire-proofing abatement ˜ 3,500 SF - $1.3 Million Tom Hines 25 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST HOUSING ‘ Speculative Residence - Duncanville, Texas “Best of Show” Award - Million Dollar Home Show - Duncanville Board of Realtors 1975  Project Responsibilities:  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect, Designer for Builder ˜ Design Development Package, Construction Drawings and Specifications. Construction.  Project Highlights: ˜ Four Bedrooms, Formal Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Great Room, Game Room, Wet Bar, Breakfast Nook, Kitchen, Loft, Three Car Garage. ˜ 4,300 SF - $460,000. ‘ Speculative Residence - Duncanville, Texas “Best of Show” Award - Million Dollar Home Show - Duncanville Board of Realtors 1976  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect, Designer for Builder ˜ Design Development Package, Construction Drawings and Specifications.  Project Highlights: ˜ Four Bedrooms, Formal Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Great Room, Game Room, Wet Bar, Breakfast Nook, Kitchen, Loft, Three Car Garage. ˜ 4,100 SF - $400,000. ‘ Tyler Square Apartments - Tyler, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Job Captain ˜ Mortgage Package, Contract Documents, Specifications ˜ Project Team - 3 staff in addition to MEP, Structural and Civil Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Club House and Laundry Facilities, 185 Units ˜ Swimming Pools and Site Work ˜ Efficiency, One Bedroom, Two Bedroom and Three Bedroom apartments ˜ Site area: 11 Acres - $4.65 Million ‘ Arramco Housing Complex - Arramco Oil Company - Al Manurah, Saudi Arabia  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Team Member ˜ Contract Documents and Interiors Tom Hines 26 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST  Project Highlights: ˜ Three 8 story mid-rise buildings and one 10 story mid-rise building for employee housing ˜ 560,000 SF - $14 Million Approx. ‘ 300 Unit Apartment Complex for Furr Realty - Lubbock, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Mortgage Package, Design and Contract Documents, Specifications and Interiors ˜ Project Team - 4 Staff in addition to MEP, Structural and Civil Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Club House and three pools ˜ Laundry Facilities ˜ Efficiency, One, Two and Three Bedroom Units, Site work, walk trails, etc. ˜ Site Area - 17 Acres - $8.5 Million ‘ Addition to Greenwald Residence - North Richland Hills, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Complete Design ˜ Manage all Construction ˜ Coordinate with SIP (Structural Insulated Panel) manufacturer  Project Highlights: ˜ Three separate additions utilizing SIPs for floors, exterior walls and roof; ˜ Game Room - 1200 SF; ˜ Three Bedrooms and Bath - 600 SF ˜ Expand Family Room - 400 SF ˜ Added two mechanical systems 1ton each. ‘ Baker Residence and Cattle Ranch - McKinney, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect ˜ Design House and Site; Entrance Gate and All Facilities. Construction Drawings and Specifications, Construction Contract Administration. Interior Design ˜ Project Team: MEP and Structural Consultants and Ranch Construction Contractor  Project Highlights: ˜ Ranch House: ‰ Four Bedrooms, Great Room, Formal Dining Room, Kitchen, Laundry, Tom Hines 27 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST Large Covered Porches Front and Back, Detached Two Car Garage joined by Covered Porch. ‰ Site Work and Fencing ‰ Area: 4,100 SF - $1.3 Million ˜ Ranch Facilities: ‰ Fencing; Show Barn; Corral, Branding Facilities , Horse Barn, Pastures, and Gates ‰ Area: 300 Acres - $2.4 Million ‘ Minton Residence - El Dorado County Club, McKinney, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect, Designer ˜ Design Development Package, Construction Drawings and Specifications, Construction Contract Administration. ˜ Project Team: - MEP Consultant  Project Highlights: ˜ Thee Bedrooms, Formal Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Sun Porch, Enclosed Landscape Courtyard, Kitchen and Two Car Garage. ˜ 2,800 SF - $350,000. ‘ Hines Residence - McKinney, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Complete Design ˜ Manage and Facilitate Construction  Project Scope: ˜ Three Bedroom and Two bath log home ˜ Vaulted Bedroom Ceilings ˜ Open kitchen, eating and family room combined with cathedral ceilings ˜ Carport, Storage and Laundry Room ˜ 1800 SF of heated living space ‘ Jackson Residence - El Dorado County Club, McKinney, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect, Designer ˜ Design Development Package, Construction Drawings and Specifications, Construction Contract Administration. ˜ Project Team: - MEP Consultant  Project Highlights: ˜ Four Bedrooms, Great Room, Formal Dining Room, Sun Porch, Enclosed Landscape Courtyard, Kitchen, Gallery, Sewing Room and Two Car Garage. Tom Hines 28 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ 4,200 SF - $500,000. ‘ 100 Unit Point Apartments for David Construction - Pilot Point, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect ˜ Mortgage Package and Design Development  Project Highlights: ˜ Club House and Pool, Laundry Facility ˜ One, Two and Three Bedroom Units, Site Work, MEP ˜ Project Designed - not built ‘ 600 Unit Apartment Complex - Grahmiear Corporation - Dallas, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect ˜ Design, Construction Documents, Specifications, ˜ Project Team - 1 Staff in addition to MEP, Structural & Civil Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ 3 Club House and four pools ˜ 8 Laundry Facilities ˜ Efficiency, One, Two and Three Bedroom Units, Site work, walk trails, etc. ˜ Tennis & Basketball Courts ˜ Site Area - 28 Acres - $14 Million ‘ Vitz Development - McKinney, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect for Contractor ˜ Design Development of Typical Speculative Units  Project Highlights: ˜ One, Two & Three Bedroom Town homes and Duplexes ˜ Total Units to be 65.  Project Status: ˜ Unit Design Completed - Project not carried forward. ‘ Long Residence - El Dorado County Club, McKinney, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect, Designer ˜ Design Development Package, Construction Drawings and Specifications, Construction Contract Administration.  Project Highlights: ˜ Thee Bedrooms, Formal Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Interior Open Tom Hines 29 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST Atrium Courtyard, Kitchen, Two Car Garage. ˜ 3,400 SF - $450,000. ‘ Prilliman Residence - Carrollton, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect, Designer ˜ Design Development Package, Construction Drawings and Specifications. Construction Contract Administration.  Project Highlights: ˜ Thee Bedrooms, Formal Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Great Room, Kitchen, Detached Shop and Garage ˜ 4,100 SF - $350,000. ‘ Garcia Residence - Carrollton, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect, Designer ˜ Design Development Package, Construction Drawings and Specifications. Construction Contract Administration.  Project Highlights: ˜ Four Bedrooms, Formal Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Great Room, Game Room, Wet Bar, Breakfast Nook, Kitchen, Loft, Gallery and Three Car Garage. ˜ 5,100 SF - $520,000. ‘ Riverdale Apartments - Riverdale, New Jersey  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Designer ˜ Project Team: 5 staff in addition to MEP and Structural Consultants ˜ Development Package, Construction Drawings and Specifications, Construction Contract Administration.  Project Highlights: ˜ 50 Units ˜ Club House and Laundry Facilities ˜ Swimming Pool and Site Work ˜ Efficiency, One Bedroom, Two Bedroom and Three Bedroom apartments ˜ Site area: 6 Acres - $3.5 Million Tom Hines 30 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Dormitory Renovation - Texas A&M University  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Principal Manager & Architect ˜ Project Team - 6 Staff, Mechanical Engineer  Project Highlights: ˜ Renovate Shower and Restroom Facilities ˜ Women’s Ramp Style Dormitory ˜ $125,000.00 ‘ Addition and Remodel of the Vice-President’s Home - Texas A&M University  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Principal Manager & Architect ˜ Project Team - 2 Staff, Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Existing Conditions Report ˜ Documentation of the Existing Conditions including all services ˜ Complete Demolition, Renovation and Expansion of the Kitchen ˜ Complete Remodel and Expansion of the Master Suite and Bath ˜ Complete Expansion and Remodel of the Formal Dining and Living Rooms ˜ Complete Remodel of Guest Rooms and Bath ˜ Complete Replacement of All Windows ˜ Repaint, Carpet and Relighting of the remaining house ˜ House remained occupied during work. ‘ Renovation and Remodel of the Chancellor’s Home - TAMU Systems - Campus of Texas A&M University  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Principal Manager & Architect ˜ Project Team - 2 Staff, Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Repairs to Copper Roof, Patios, Veranda Entries and Formal Entry ˜ Renovation and Remodel of Kitchen, Butler’s Pantry and Guest Quarters ˜ Repairs and Remodel of Master Suite and Bath; ˜ Paint and New carpet remaining house ˜ House remained occupied during work ‘ Autumn Hills at Smoke Rise - Hearne, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect  Project Highlights: Tom Hines 31 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ Retirement Community ˜ 1, 2, & 3 Bedroom Duplexes, Quad-plexes and Town homes, Community Center with Swimming Pool, Management Offices, Shuttle Bus Service ˜ 50 Acre Planned Development  Project Status: ˜ Schematic Master Plan Developed ˜ Residential Units Designed ˜ Project Not Funded ‘ Affordable Housing and Design Technology Competition - City of Winston- Salem, North Carolina  Merit Award, Design chosen to be constructed  Project Highlights: ˜ Three Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms, Entry, Great Room, Kitchen and Dining Combined ˜ Construction System: Pier & Beam Foundation System with Foam Core Panel Floors, Walls and Roof System ‘ Eastside Village Conceptual Development Plan, Five Phases - Houston, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager, Designer ˜ Project Team - 7 including Grant Writer, Cost Estimator, City of Houston Housing and Community Development Staff Member, Owner’s Staff Planner, Program Analysis. ˜ Develop Master Plan, Inventory Existing Structures, Design Housing Unit Types. ˜ Develop Action Plan and Time line Schedule for Construction, Acquisition of Parcels, Architecture and Civil Engineering.  Project Highlights: ˜ Inner City Re-Development of the Eastside Section of the Third Ward of Houston, Texas. ˜ Concept - A Church’s solution to the re-development of an inner-city community in Houston, Texas using a Village Image-New Urbanism Development Approach. ˜ 70 Block Redevelopment of existing and new single family housing units, commercial and retail buildings. ˜ Phase One : Construction of 92 housing units with infrastructure ˜ Phase Two: Construction of 110 housing units with infrastructure ˜ Phase Three: Construction of 98 housing units - Renovate 32 Retail Units with infrastructure ˜ Phase Four: Construction of 276 housing units - Renovate 38 Commercial Tom Hines 32 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST Units with infrastructure ˜ Phase Five: Construction of 208 housing units - Renovate 24 Retail/Commercial with infrastructure ˜ Area: 42 acres - $125 Million ‘ Ganote Residence - Jackson, Wyoming  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Design Corrections, Construction Drawings and Specifications, Construction Contract Administration.  Project Highlights: ˜ Main House ‰ Four Bedrooms, Formal Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Great Room, Kitchen, His and Her Master Bath, Daylight Basement, Wine Vault, Three Car Garage, Gallery. ‰ Area: 7,100 SF ˜ Guest House ‰ Two Bedrooms, Kitchen, Great Room, Two Car Garage ‰ Area: 1,000 SF ˜ Construction Materials: ‰ Wood Frame Walls, Half Log Siding, Log Roof Purlins and Elements, Interior Full Log Walls, River Rock Wainscot. ˜ $4.4 Million ‘ Teton Ranch LLC Residence - Jackson, Wyoming (Mark Grosvenor)  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect ˜ Design Corrections, Construction Drawings and Specifications, Construction Contract Administration.  Project Highlights: ˜ Main House ‰ Five Bedrooms, Formal Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Great Room, Kitchen, His and Her Master Bath, Wet Bar, Butler’s Pantry, Sauna, Stone Decks, Bridge, Daylight Basement which Included: Wine Vault, Three Car Garage, Multimedia Room, Wine Vault, Swimming Pool (Indoor/Outdoor), Wet Bar, Exercise Room Athletic Equipment Room and Laundry Facilities. ‰ Area: 14,100 SF ˜ Guest House ‰ Three Bedrooms, Kitchen, Great Room, Two Car Garage ‰ Area: 1,000 SF Tom Hines 33 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ Construction Materials: ‰ Foam Core Panel Walls, Half Log Siding, Log Roof Purlins and Elements, Interior Full Log Walls, River Rock Wainscot ˜ Horse Barn ‰ 5 Stalls and Feed Room on Ground ‰ Managers Apartment and Four Guest Rooms on Second Floor ‰ Area: 4,000 SF ˜ $6.4 Million with furnishings and land. ‘ Brooks Bell Residence - Carrollton, Texas  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager ˜ Design and Construction Documents  Project Highlights: ˜ Repairs to the Exterior, New Roof ˜ Enclose Atrium, Interior Repairs and Renovation ˜ $100,000.00 ‘ Capobianco Residence - Dallas, Texas  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager ˜ Construction Documents and Construction Contract Packaging  Project Highlights: ˜ Interior Renovation of 4,000 SF ˜ Addition of 3,800 SF to include: ‰ Media Room and Wet Bar ‰ New Garage and Master Wing ‰ Landscaping ˜ $2,000,000 with Furnishings ‘ Talley Residence - Fayetteville, Arkansas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Architect of Record ˜ Design, Construction Documents  Project Highlights: ˜ Four Bedrooms, Formal Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Great Room, Kitchen, Study, Bonus Room over Garage, Lanai, Pool Cabana, 3 Car Garage ˜ 6,400 SF - $650,000. Tom Hines 34 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Shalom Zone CDC - Duncan United Methodist Church Little Rock, Arkansas  Demonstration House - Title 202 Housing Program  1100 SF 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Family Room, Kitchen and Garage  Construction using SIP’s. (Structural Insulated Panels (Compressed Agricultural Fiber Panels) ‘ Next Generation Industries - Rogers, Arkansas  10 houses to date - sizes from 1100 SF to 4500 SF.  Scope of Work Included: ˜ Design and Construction Drawings; ˜ Fabrication Drawings for Light Gauge Steel Construction ˜ Spray-Applied Bio-Based Urethane Foam Insulation, Tom Hines 35 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST INDUSTRIAL ‘ Aviron Computer Technology, Inc. - Mine Hill Industrial Park, Mine Hill, New Jersey, Phase 1  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Tenant Improvements ˜ Project Team - 4 Staff in addition to MEP, Structural and Civil Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Reception Area, Administrative Offices, Storage Floor, Rehabilitation and Reconfiguration Facility, Loading Docks ˜ Parking, Septic Systems, Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Systems ˜ Structural Systems include structural steel frame and roof, cmu walls ˜ 50,000 SF - $3.8 Million ‘ Aviron Computer Technology, Inc. - Mine Hill Industrial Park, Mine Hill, New Jersey Phase 2  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Tenant Improvements ˜ Project Team - 4 Staff in addition to MEP, Structural and Civil Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Reception Area, Administrative Offices, Storage Floor, Rehabilitation and Reconfiguration Facility, Loading Docks ˜ Parking, Septic Systems, Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Systems ˜ Structural Systems include structural steel roof, 8quot; concrete tilt-up walls ˜ 65,000 SF - $4.3 Million ‘ Gloss-Tex Industries - Mine Hill Industrial Park, Mine Hill, New Jersey  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Tenant Improvements ˜ Project Team - 4 Staff in addition to MEP, Structural and Civil Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Reception Area, Administrative Offices, three 5000 Gallon Solvent Tanks and Overflow Pit, Explosion Relief Panels, Mechanical Exhaust System with Scrubbers, Loading Docks ˜ Parking, Septic Systems, Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Systems ˜ Structural Systems include structural steel frame and roof, 8quot; tilt-up concrete walls ˜ 11,000 SF - $1.6 Million Tom Hines 36 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Garden State Paper Recycle Facility. - Mine Hill Industrial Park, Mine Hill, New Jersey  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Tenant Improvements ˜ Project Team - 4 Staff in addition to MEP, Structural and Civil Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Reception Area, Administrative Offices, Recycle and Collection Floor, Vehicle Scale, Loading Docks ˜ Parking, Septic Systems, Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Systems ˜ Structural Systems include structural steel frame and roof, cmu walls ˜ 20,000 SF - $1.7 Million ‘ Accessories Shop Building - Dallas Airmotive - Forest Lawn Facility - Dallas, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect ˜ Programming and Design Development  Project Included: ˜ 80.000 SF Manufacturing Floor ˜ Breakroom, Restrooms, Clean Room, Offices ˜ Structural Systems include structural steel frame, standing seam metal roof and pre-finished metal panel walls ˜ 90,000 SF - $3.7 Million ‘ Preservation Shop Building - Dallas Airmotive - Forest Lawn Facility - Dallas, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect ˜ Programming and Design Development  Project Included: ˜ Manufacturing Floor ˜ Structural Systems include structural steel frame, standing seam metal roof and pre-finished metal panel walls ˜ 1,200 SF - $160,000 ‘ Main Facility Addition - Dallas Airmotive - Carpenter Freeway Facility - Dallas, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect ˜ Programming and Design Development  Project Included: ˜ Storage; Clean Room; APR Test Cell; Accessories Shop; ˜ Office Remodel, Mechanical Systems Tom Hines 37 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ Site Work, Parking, Landscaping ˜ Structural Systems include structural steel frame, standing seam metal roof and pre-finished metal panel walls ˜ 6,000 SF - $700,000 Tom Hines 38 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST LIBRARIES ‘ Library for the Blind and Visual Handicap - New York City Library System - New York, New York AIA Design Award - Denis Kowal Architects  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Consultant to Architect of Record ˜ As-Built Conditions Drawings and Report, Program  Project Highlights: ˜ Five floors and basement of a existing seven story building constructed in 1920. ERDA occupied the top two floors ˜ Tape library for the blind and visually handicap for New York City and New York State ˜ Stacks, Shipping and Receiving, Listening and Reading Rooms, Recording Rooms, Furnishings, Library Systems, MEP Systems ˜ 30,000 SF ‘ Library Addition to the President’s House - Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Specifications, Contract Administration ˜ Project Team: MEP Consultant  Project Scope: ˜ Library, Office and Reception Area ˜ 1,800 SF - Not Built ‘ College Station Public Library - College Station, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Associate Architect to Hidell Associates Dallas, Texas ˜ Construction Contract Administration and Observation  Project Highlights: ˜ Stacks, Check-out, Community Room, Administration, Book Drop, Staff Offices and Break Room, Security and Mechanical Systems ˜ Park Landscaping and Parking Systems ˜ 16,000 SF - $2.5 Million with furnishings Tom Hines 39 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Library for Drama, Dance and Film at Lincoln Center - New York, New York  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Consultant to Architect of Record ˜ As-Built Conditions Drawings and Report, Program  Project Highlights: ˜ History Sections for Drama, Dance and Film Industries of New York ˜ Stacks for the various media, Viewing and Listening Rooms, Reading Areas, Performance Areas, Administrative Offices, Security Systems, Restrooms and Break room Tom Hines 40 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST MEDICAL CLINICS ‘ Two Doctor Clinic for WeHiBo Corporation - McKinney, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Specifications, Construction Contract Administration  Project Highlights: ˜ Two Doctor Offices, Combination Library & Conference, Nurse Station, Three Exam Rooms, Minor Surgery Waiting Room, Staff Break room, Reception and Insurance ˜ Shell Construction of EPS Core SIPS and PVC 1quot; IG Windows ˜ 2,800 SF - Not Built ‘ Multi-Doctor Clinic for WeHiBo Corporation - McKinney, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents and Specifications, Construction Contract Administration  Project Highlights: ˜ Two - 2 Story Buildings ˜ Each Building to have common horizontal and vertical circulation with public atrium ˜ Eight Modular Offices Each to have: ‰ Doctor Offices ‰ Nurse Station, Exam Rooms, Minor Surgery ‰ Waiting Room, Staff Break room, Reception and Insurance ˜ 6,400 SF - Not Built ‘ Two Doctor Clinic for Surgical Associates of McKinney, PA - McKinney, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents and Specifications, Construction Manager  Project Highlights: ˜ Two Doctor Offices, Combination Library & Conference ˜ Nurse Station, Three Exam Rooms, Minor Surgery ˜ Waiting Room, Staff Break room, Reception and Insurance ˜ Shell Construction of EPS Core SIPS and PVC 1quot; IG Windows ˜ 3,100 SF - $190,000 with furnishings Tom Hines Medical Page - 41 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Addition to Jackson Hole Medical Clinic  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents and Specifications, Construction Manager  Project Highlights: ˜ One Doctor Office, ˜ Nurse Station, Three Exam Rooms, Minor Surgery ˜ Waiting Room ˜ 710 SF - $45,000 Tom Hines Medical Page - 42 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST RECREATIONAL ‘ Nautilus Fitness Center - Red Bird Mall - Duncanville, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Captain ˜ Contract Documents Production, Field Observation  Project Scope Included: ˜ Four racquet ball courts ˜ Weights and exercise ˜ Dressing, lockers, showers and restrooms ˜ Lounge, offices, reception and storage. ‘ Nautilus Fitness Center - Turtle Creek, Dallas, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Captain: ˜ Contact Documents Production  Project Scope Included: ˜ Eight racquet ball courts ˜ Weights and exercise ˜ Dressing, lockers, showers and restrooms ˜ Lounge, offices, reception and storage ˜ Aerobics and jogging track ‘ El Dorado Country Club - McKinney, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Interior Woodwork Design and detailing for dining rooms, reception, ˜ 19th hole, Board Room, Pool loggia ‘ Recreation Center for City of Lewisville, Texas  Project Responsibilities ˜ Team Member ˜ Design, Contract Documents, Specifications, Interior Design and Finishes  Project Scope Included: ˜ Four racquet ball courts ˜ Gymnasium with regulation basketball court ˜ Craft area and staff workroom ˜ Locker rooms, whirlpool, showers, restrooms ˜ Reception and control desk ˜ 14,000 SF - $1.5 Million Tom Hines 43 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Renovation of G. Rollie White Coliseum - Texas A&M University - College Station, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Design Development and Estimate, Contract Documents and Specifications ˜ Project Team - MEP Consultant and User Coordinator  Project Scope Included: ˜ Demolition of bleachers, existing floor, lighting and deteriorated spectator seating ˜ New Hardwood Floor, Reposition the Basketball and Volleyball Court Striping, New Court side Telescopic Chair and Bench Seating ˜ New Communications Network for Radio and Television Broadcasting; Scorers and Conference Officials Seating and Desks ˜ New Lighting System for Television Broadcasts ˜ Removal of Exterior Windows, Replacement of Deteriorated Existing Bench Seating ˜ $500,000 ‘ Repairs to Southwood Swimming Pool - College Station, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Specifications and Construction Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - City Staff Representative, Pool Consultant  Project Scope Included: ˜ Repairs to Pool Shell and Beach Entry ˜ Install new stainless steel overflow gutter recirculating system (OGRS); ˜ Install Chemical Injection and Monitor System, Flow Meter and Automatic Fill System ˜ Replace Valves and upper layer of sand in the existing Filter System ˜ Service Pumps and replace catch basket. ˜ Pool Size: 145,000 Gallons - $225,000 ‘ Repairs to Thomas Park Swimming Pool - College Station, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Specifications and Construction Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - City Staff Representative, Pool Consultant  Project Scope Included: Tom Hines 44 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ Repairs to Pool Shell and Expansion Joints ˜ New supply piping and Pressure Filter System ˜ Install Chemical Injection and Monitor System, Flow Meter and Automatic Fill System ˜ Replace Valves Service Pumps and replace catch basket. ˜ Pool Size: 165,000 Gallons - $125,000 ‘ Wayne Smith Little League Park - College Station, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Specifications and Construction Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - City Staff Representative, MEP and Civil Consultant, College Station Little League, Neighborhood Citizens  Project Scope Included: ˜ Three Little League Fields, Scoreboard an Bleachers ˜ Facilities Building to include Concessions, Restrooms, Umpire Dressing Rooms and Park Maintenance Storage - 2,100 SF ˜ Parking Lot, Storm water Management, New Sanitary Sewer and Water Lines ˜ Replace Exiting Sanitary Sewer Main. ˜ Shell and Roof Construction of EPS Core SIPS with PVC 1quot; IG Windows. ˜ Site Area: Six Acres - $1.3 Million ‘ Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis - Jackson Hole, Wyoming  Project Responsibilities ˜ Review of application and program review for change to Teton County Land Development Regulations and provide recommendations ˜ Provide Comment and Response to County Planning Staff Report on application  Project Scope Included: ˜ Changes and Repairs to Pete Dye Championship Golf Course ˜ New Conference Center and Hotel - 109,000 SF ˜ 14 two and three bedroom conference bungalows, Employee Housing ˜ Improvements to existing tennis courts and pro shop ˜ New wastewater treatment plant ˜ Improvements to existing county road ˜ Site Area: 70 Acres - $82 Million Tom Hines 45 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST RESEARCH/LABORATORIES ‘ Fifth Floor Lab Renovation - Heep Center - Texas A&M University - College Station, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Design, Interiors, Construction Documents, Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - 2 Staff in addition to MEP Consultant, Physical Plant Central Shop Forces and User Coordinator  Project Highlights: ˜ Renovate three existing abandoned labs into one plant research lab ˜ Replace lighting, lab bench tops and cabinets, flooring ˜ Modify Mechanical Systems for negative pressure, provide Scientific Equipment ˜ 6,000 SF - $220,000 ‘ Three labs in Building ‘C” - College of Architecture - Texas A&M University  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Design, Interiors, Construction Documents, Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - 2 Staff in addition to Physical Plant Central Shop Forces and User Coordinator  Project Highlights: ˜ Demolition of existing lighting, ceiling tile, flooring and cabinetry ˜ Replacement of flooring tile and carpet, paint, and ceiling tile ˜ 8,000 SF - $200,000 ‘ FAST Lab (Polymer Research Facility) - Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Specifications, Contract Administration ˜ Project Team: MEP Consultant  Project Scope: ˜ Renovate two existing labs into one facility ˜ Provide for equipment, structural reinforcement of the existing floor, ˜ Provide new exhaust system to roof of third floor ˜ 2,000 SF - Not Built Tom Hines 46 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Center for Applied Radiation Research (NASA-CARR) - Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Specifications, Contract Administration ˜ Project Team: MEP Consultant  Project Scope: ˜ Renovate an existing facility into lab facility ˜ Gamma Cell Room, X-Ray Diffraction Room, X-Ray Detection Room, High Vacuum Microscope Room ˜ High Pressure Oxidation System Room, Chemical Storage ˜ Offices, Entry, Restrooms, Machine Shop ˜ Upgrade the existing building shell, new mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems ˜ Upgrade site and parking area ˜ 6,000 SF - Not Built Tom Hines 47 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST RETAIL ‘ Duck Creek Shopping Center - Garland, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Job Captain and Design ˜ Construction Drawings  Project Highlights: ˜ Tom Thumb Grocery Store ˜ K-Bee Toy Store ˜ In-fill and satellite sites ˜ Landscaping and Site ˜ 200,000 SF - $17.25 Million ‘ Santa Fe Crossing Shopping Center for Furr Realty - Lubbock, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Captain ˜ Design and Contract Documents for an eight building complex.  Project Highlights: ˜ Existing Furr’s Grocery Store ˜ Toy Store in the main strip with grocery store ˜ 60,000 SF building space for a “Home Depot” type store ˜ 10,000 SF building with a convenience store with gas pump island ˜ Toy Store and Grocery Store were to be assisted with solar power ˜ Site work, parking, etc. ˜ Concrete Tilt-up and Steel Frame Shells with Wood and Tile Facades. ˜ Total and Cost - Unknown ‘ Buffalo Mall for Ainbinder & Associates - Buffalo, North Dakota  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Captain ˜ Design and Contract Documents for an eight building complex  Project Included: ˜ 300,000 SF Mall Center with three anchor stores including J.C. Penney, Bostwick Clothes, and K-Mart ˜ Incorporate store packages into project ˜ Develop mall standards ˜ Site work, utilities, etc. Tom Hines 48 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Renovation and Expansion of David Ford Sales - Pilot Point, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Design Development and Construction Documents  Project Highlights: ˜ Renovation and redesign of the Sales floor and reception; ˜ Renovation of the existing Shop Areas and addition of new shop space ˜ New Parts Department ˜ Convoy Loading and Unloading Area ˜ $120,000.00 ‘ Point Shopping Center for David Construction - Pilot Point, Texas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Design Development and Mortgage Package  Project Highlights: ˜ Strip center continuation on both sides of an existing grocery store ˜ Second Anchor and Satellite stores  Project Status: Not built ‘ Renovation and Addition to Wayne Lincoln-Mercury - Wayne, New Jersey  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Design, Construction Documents and Construction Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - 4 staff in addition to MEP and Structural Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Expansion and Addition to the existing facility ˜ 8,000 SF addition to Showroom and Sales Offices ˜ 20,000 SF addition to the Shops and Maintenance Facility ˜ 3,000 SF Addition to the Parts and Inventory Areas ˜ 2,000 SF Used Car Sales Facility and Offices ˜ Total Area Floor Area: 55,000 SF - $12 Million ‘ Jessica’s Cookie Stores for the East Coast - Division of Mrs. Field’s Cookies - Park City, Utah  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Project Team - 2 staff in addition to MEP Consultant  Project Highlights: ˜ Adapt vendor requirements to mall standard kiosks for mall in Newington, New Hampshire, North Dartmouth, Massachusetts and Terrytown, New York Tom Hines 49 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ Rag Shop Stores for the East Coast - Wayne, New Jersey  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Project Team - 2 Staff in addition to MEP Consultant  Project Highlights: ˜ Adapting company standard store plans into retail mall and strip shopping center tenant spaces. ˜ Project locations included malls and centers in Wayne, New Jersey; Pittscataway. New Jersey; and Riverdale, New Jersey ˜ Average store size - 2,500 SF ‘ Häagén-Dazs Ice Cream Stores for the East Coast - Fort Lee, New Jersey  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Project Team - 2 Staff in addition to MEP Consultant  Project Highlights: ˜ Developing franchise store locations with Häagén-Dazs equipment and criteria. ˜ Project Team - 2 Staff in addition to MEP Consultant ˜ Project locations included Puerto Rico, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York ˜ Average store size 1,200 SF ‘ Rockwall Honda Retail Center - Rockwall, Texas  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Project Team - 2 Staff in addition to Civil, Structural and MEP Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Honda Motorcycle Sales Store - 12,000 SF ˜ Retail Shopping Center - 25,000 SF ˜ Site/Civil, Zoning, Architectural, MEP, Structural ˜ General Contractor Selected by Owner ‘ Nissan of McKinney and Lone Star Buick, Pontiac, GMC - McKinney, Texas  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager and Architect ˜ Civil, Structural and MEP Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Nissan Sales Building, Pre-Owned Sales Building; Carwash and Detail Building; Display Building ˜ Lone Star Buick, Pontiac, GMC Sales Building, Pre-Owned Sales Building, Tom Hines 50 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST Carwash and Detail Building ˜ Architectural Guidelines Submittal, Architectural, MEP and Structural, Specifications ˜ 95,000 SF - $10 Million + ˜ Project under construction ‘ Gun Barrel City Retail Center - Gun Barrel City, Texas - Henry S. Miller and Duane Meyers, AIA Architect  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Architect ˜ Civil, Structural and MEP Consultants  Project Highlights: ˜ Conversion of old Wal-Mart Store ˜ Development of 40,000 SF Multiple Retail Spaces ˜ Addition of 7,000 SF Retail Space ˜ New Facade, Tenant Improvement Design and Construction Documents ˜ Construction Documents ‘ Waxahachie Retail Center - Waxahachie, Texas - Duane Meyers, AIA Architect  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Architect  Project Highlights: ˜ 14,000 SF of Retail Space for 6 Tenants ˜ Construction Drawings ‘ Southwood Welcome Home Center - Tallahassee, Florida for St. Joe Land Company  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager - Complete Project responsibilities  Project Highlights: ˜ Prototype facility for a new concept in the development of healthy communities and selling homes utilizing electronic technology to link all the St. Joe communities together ˜ 9,800 SF - Cost not disclosed. Tom Hines 51 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ‘ WindMark Beach Welcome Center - Port St. Joe, Florida for St. Joe Towns and Resorts.  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager and Architect  Project Highlights: ˜ The second of a new concept in the development of healthy communities and selling homes utilizing electronic technology to link all the St. Joe communities together. ˜ 10,000 SF - Cost not disclosed. Tom Hines 52 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST PROJECTS SUPPORTING LEED INITIATIVES ACADEMIC K-12 ‘ Our Mother of Mercy Catholic School - Diocese of Fort Worth, Texas - 2007  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Complete Project Responsibility  Project Highlights: ˜ Demolition of the existing Pre-World War II Facility ˜ New Facility is for K through 8 ˜ 8 Classrooms, Library, Music Room, Cafeteria Commercial Kitchen, Administration Offices ˜ Construction Materials Š Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) Exterior Walls Š Wood Frame Roof with 3quot; spray applied urethane foam insulation Š Energy Star light fixtures and equipment. 2x4 light fixtures have 3M type reflectors with two T-8 bulbs. Š Cooling and Heating System comprised of split DX systems with horizontal air handlers in attic with SEER of 14. Š All glass is 1quot; double pane Low E. ˜ 16,000 SF - $2.4 Million  Benefit: ˜ Utilizing the ICF’s reduced the shell construction time by three months and provided and integral surface for the EIFS Coating. No additional foam was required. Realized R value of the wall system would be approximately 50. ˜ Spray foam insulation for the roof eliminated attic ventilation and heat above the suspended ceiling thus providing for a fully climatized building. ˜ A climatized attic enable greater operating efficiency of the air handlers and potentially will extend the wear life of the composition shingles. ˜ Cooling loads for the equipment was reduced by 50% because there would be virtually no lose of energy through the building shell. ˜ These systems enabled the project to hold budget.  Energy Savings: ˜ Estimated operating cost of the heating, cooling and lighting package would be about 30-35 percent over conventional shell systems. ˜ Estimated savings could be greater once the school operated of a full year and the staff learn how to manage the building systems. Tom Hines 53 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ACADEMIC COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY ‘ Restroom facility for Omar Smith Tennis Center - Texas A&M University - College Station, Texas - 1991  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Design, Interiors, Construction Documents, Bidding, Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - 2 Staff in addition to User Coordinator  Project Scope: ˜ Men & Women Restroom with open security gates ˜ P.E. Department Storage Room and Covered Classroom ˜ Utility Infrastructure and removal of two tennis courts ˜ Construction System utilized glazed CMU walls and SIPs for roof, gable ends and demising partitions above CMU. ˜ $70,000  Benefit: ˜ Glazed CMU required no additional finishes after installation and virtually no maintenance for the out years. ˜ Utilizing SIPs enabled the building to be enclosed and the roof shingles to be installed the same day. ˜ Utilizing SIPs required a small supplemental electric heater for the plumbing chase and the open design afforded natural cooling during the year. ‘ Lone Star Energy Program Projects - Texas A&M University - 1991  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Provide Design and Construction Support for projects initiated by the Physical Plant Energy Manager.  Project Scope: ˜ Devise economical construction solutions to buildings under going retrofit of their mechanical and fume hood systems. ˜ Funds to retrofit the mechanical systems came from the State of Texas. Other required funding was provided by Physical Plant Sources. ˜ Additional insulation for roofs, and repairs to roof after equipment modification was accomplished by applying a new 3quot; poly-urethane roof system ˜ Additional building insulation at new chases and penetrations utilized polyurethane.  Benefit ˜ One contractor was needed for supplemental insulation, roof system and treat chases. ˜ Physical Plant Central Shops performed the balance of all work. ˜ Central Shops Roof Shop can repair damage to polyurethane roof systems. Tom Hines 54 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ Insulation values and acoustical properties of polyurethane are very good.  Energy Savings ˜ Using the material was a major component in bring each building into compliance with the Lone Star Initiatives. ‘ New Interior Lighting Concept for the Existing Offices of Purchasing and Stores at Texas A&M University - 1991  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager as Associate Director of Engineering Design with Physical Plant  Project Scope: ˜ Retrofit the existing 2'x4' troffer florescent lighting system for remaining 2000 of offices ˜ Resulting from an initial trial of 1000 SF that removed two of the four bulbs in the fixtures and added a polished concaved reflector made by 3M.  Benefit: ˜ Adding the reflector increase the lumens per watt by approximately 90%. ˜ Reducing two of the 40 watt bulbs significantly decreased the amount of required electricity previously required for the 3000 SF open space. ˜ The overall demeanor and attitudes of the employees and customers significantly improved with better quality lighting. ˜ Three year payback  Future Initiatives: ˜ Over the next two years, as part of the Deferred Maintenance Program, Area Maintenance Personnel began retrofitting every building on campus which also supported the State of Texas Lone Star Energy Conservation Program. ANIMAL CARE ‘ Hoof Research Lab - Veterinary Medicine (VetMed) Facility - Texas A&M University - College Station, Texas - 1991  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager ˜ Design, Interiors, Construction Documents, Bidding, Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - 5 Staff in addition to VetMed Staff, MEP Consultant, Physical Plant Central Shop Forces, General Contractor and User Coordinator  Project Scope: ˜ Incorporate and existing abandoned horse barn with existing relocated corral fencing into Lab facilities ˜ Renovate the two facilities and provide additional construction utilizing SIPs for supplemental walls and new roof system. ˜ Two Labs with 18' High Ceilings, One Room to have Stock and Ceiling Tom Hines 55 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST Mounted Winch; New MEP Infrastructure ˜ Cleaning Room, Office, Restroom with Shower, Feed Storage ˜ Covered Loading Entry and Site Work ˜ 3,100 SF - $230,000  Benefits: ˜ Utilizing SIPs enabled the Ag Engineers (VetMEd Staff) to quickly enclose the facility though they were not trained carpenters. ˜ The “Hands-on” project with the Ag Engineers as labor added enabled the project to remain in budget as the labor was at “no cost” to the project.  Energy Savings: ˜ The retrofit fam buildings were not on the campus chilled water loop system and required RTU’s. ˜ Due to the fresh air requirements of the two labs, a single five ton system was added. The labs comprised 2000 SF. ˜ The remaining 1100 SF of Office space is half of what is customary utilizing only 1 ½ tons of cooling with minimal supplemental electric heat strips. ˜ 2x4 Troffer ceiling lighting was supplied with the 3M reflector. COMMERCIAL ‘ Offices for McDermott-Hudson Engineering, Houston, Texas - 1978  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Mechanical Design Technician with Texas Plumbing ˜ System and Equipment Layout ˜ Process Piping ˜ Design and Construction Documents  Project Scope: ˜ Two Pipe Cooling System using ice cells (ice made on site) to cool water to 34 degrees ˜ Two pipe heating system using very large solar array to heat water and back- up natural gas boiler system ˜ Heating and cooling delivered to rooms using Edwards Engineering Valence Convection type radiators. ˜ Ceiling fans in every room ˜ Condensation delivered to underground storage tanks to support landscape irrigation system; ˜ Building partially earth covered ˜ 120,000 SF ± Tom Hines 56 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST  Energy Savings: ˜ Estimated savings on cost to heat and cool building to be approximately $500,000 annually. ˜ Estimated payback to be approximately seven years ECCLESIASTICAL ‘ Inspiring Body of Christ (IBOC) - Dallas, Texas - 2007  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Director - Complete Project Responsibility  Project Highlights: ˜ 4,200 Seat Auditorium ˜ 70,000 Gallon Saltwater Aquarium and two additional 8,000 Gallon cylindrical aquariums at entries ˜ Choir Practice Room ˜ Youth and Adult Classrooms ˜ Fellowship Hall, Dining Patio with Commercial Kitchen ˜ Administration Wing ˜ Restrooms, Elevator, Site Development, Foyer ˜ 172, 167 SF - $32 Million  Benefits ˜ The energy package for the shell was 40% below the energy code requirements. ˜ The Mechanical Systems, utilizing high efficiency Trane Chillers with scroll compressors that ramp up and ramp down with load shedding and the Trane EMS, came in 55% below the energy code requirements. ˜ All lighting is Energy Star and the 2x4 troffers are to be two bulb with 3M type reflectors.  Energy Savings ˜ It is estimated that approximately 18 months to two years will be necessary for the staff to fully understand the building and energy utilization but upon overcoming the learning curve the energy savings should be between 30% to 40%, depending on usage over conventional systems. HOSPITALITY ‘ City Café - Hearne, Texas. Constructed in 1879 - 1996  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager Architect ˜ Existing Conditions Report, Stabilization and Restoration Plan and Budget  Project Scope: ˜ Historical Stabilization of the exterior and roof utilizing polyurethane foam systems. Tom Hines 57 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ Application and nomination to the State of Texas Register of Historical Landmarks and The National Register of Historical Places ˜ 9,000 SF - $30,000  Benefit: ˜ The spray applied polyurethane foam roof system added 3 inches of insulation over the existing roof system. ˜ The tensile properties of the polyurethane foam system, when applied to the unreinforced masonry walls, acted similar to plastic shrink wrap and strengthens the wall. ˜ The foam was applied to the outside and once painted appears like the original plaster. Moisture in the walls was driven to the unoccupied interior and evaporates over time. ˜ The economics of the systems held budget for the project. ‘ Serranos Salsa Company - Lafayette, La. - 2005  Project Responsibilities ˜ Project Manager/Architect - Full project responsibilities  Project Highlights: ˜ Stand-alone Brand marquee restaurant for company as showcase image across the I-10 Louisiana Corridor serving Latin American Cuisine ˜ 3 dining areas and patio, bar and bar patio; kitchen and office ˜ Furnishings and Mural over Bar ˜ Construction Materials: Š SIPs for exterior walls and roof; Š Double pane, low E glass with balanced shading coefficients Š 4quot; Polyurethane roof system Š Energy star light fixtures and equipment Š RTU’s with SEER of 14. ˜ 6,000 SF - $1.4 Million  Benefit: ˜ Utilizing the SIPs would have enclosed the shell in five days with the urethane roof installed - in the dry in five days taking the roof and shell off the critical path. ˜ Utilizing the SIPs would have reduced the overall construction time by three months. ˜ Utilizing the SIPS and the Polyurethane Roof System brought the building shell 55% below the energy code requirements for the shell. ˜ Because of the nature of the restaurant, the cooling equipment sizes were only reduced by 20% but the overall operating expense of the equipment would be reduced with the exception of the kitchen. Minimal operation of the cooling and heating system would be anticipated after hours, if at all. Tom Hines 58 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST HOUSING ‘ Addition to Greenwald Residence - North Richland Hills, Texas - 1979  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Complete Design ˜ Manage all Construction ˜ Coordinate with SIP (Structural Insulated Panel) manufacturer  Project Scope: ˜ Three separate additions utilizing SIPs for floors, exterior walls and roof; ˜ Game Room - 1200 SF; ˜ Three Bedrooms and Bath - 600 SF ˜ Expand Family Room - 400 SF ˜ Added two mechanical systems 1ton each.  Benefit: ˜ Utilizing SIPS reduced overall cost of construction by 20%. ˜ Cooling reduced by 4 tons. ‘ Hines Residence - McKinney, Texas - 1982  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Complete Design ˜ Manage and Facilitate Construction  Project Scope: ˜ Three Bedroom and Two bath log home ˜ Vaulted Bedroom Ceilings ˜ Open kitchen, eating and family room combined with cathedral ceilings ˜ Carport, Storage and Laundry Room ˜ 1800 SF of heated living space  Design Concept: ˜ Orient plan so the expanse of log walls would absorb the sun’s heat in the winter and pass it into the rooms at night. ˜ Vaulted Ceilings would hold the heat, ceilings fans would move the heat. ˜ The same orientation would reduce the summer heating by having cool rooms during the day. Quarry tile floors would add cooling affect. ˜ Three ton cooling and propane gas heat  Benefit: ˜ Log construction reduce overall construction cost by 20%. ˜ Due to 1 acre corner lot and orientation, thermostat was maintained at 80 degrees during summer and 68 degrees during winter. ˜ Very comfortable inside ˜ Very low maintenance ˜ Total cost of construction including lot $85,000 - $47.22 PSF.  Energy Savings: Tom Hines 59 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ On average electric bills for summer were 30% to 40% lower in the entire 30 house subdivision. Homes averaged 1600 SF. ‘ Affordable Housing and Design Technology Competition - City of Winston-Salem, North Carolina - 1994  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Architect of Record ˜ Design and Construction Drawings and Specifications.  Project Highlights: ˜ Merit Award, Design chosen to be constructed ˜ Three Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms, Entry, Great Room, Kitchen and Dining Combined ˜ Construction System: Pier & Beam Foundation System with Foam Core Panel Floors, Walls and Roof System  Benefit: ˜ Shell construction time should be reduced by three weeks. ˜ Overall reduction in energy cost should be reduced by 30%, ‘ Teton Ranch LLC Residence - Jackson, Wyoming (Mark Grosvenor) - 1998  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Manager & Architect ˜ Design Corrections, Construction Drawings and Specifications, Construction Contract Administration.  Project Scope Included: ˜ Main House ‰ Five Bedrooms, Formal Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Great Room, Kitchen, His and Her Master Bath, Wet Bar, Butler’s Pantry, Sauna, Stone Decks, Bridge, Daylight Basement which Included: Wine Vault, Three Car Garage, Multimedia Room, Wine Vault, Swimming Pool (Indoor/Outdoor), Wet Bar, Exercise Room Athletic Equipment Room and Laundry Facilities. ‰ Area: 14,100 SF ˜ Guest House ‰ Three Bedrooms, Kitchen, Great Room, Two Car Garage ‰ Area: 1,000 SF ˜ Construction Materials: ‰ Foam Core Panel Walls and Roof, Half Log Siding, Log Roof Purlins and Elements, Interior Full Log Walls, River Rock Wainscot ˜ Horse Barn ‰ 5 Stalls and Feed Room on Ground ‰ Managers Apartment and Four Guest Rooms on Second Floor ‰ Area: 4,000 SF Tom Hines 60 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ $6.4 Million with furnishings and land.  Benefit ˜ Utilizing SIPs reduced the construction time of the shell by three months and once enclosed minimal heat was required for a comfortable working environment. ˜ Utilizing SIPs reduced the construction cost 30% eliminating the need for a cold roof system (double roof system) eliminating thermal barrier issues in the walls. ˜ Heating requirements were reduced by 40% and cooling equipment was not necessary. ˜ Large expanses of double pane, low E, glass and balanced shading coefficients afforded wonderful views, and the amount of day-lighting required only supplemental task lighting.  Energy Savings ˜ Estimated annual energy savings to 35%. ˜ Estimated annual heating cost reduced by 25% over conventional systems. ‘ Talley Residence - Fayetteville, Arkansas - 2004  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Architect of Record ˜ Design, Construction Documents  Project Highlights: ˜ Four Bedrooms, Formal Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Great Room, Kitchen, Study, Bonus Room over Garage, Lanai, Pool Cabana, 3 Car Garage ˜ 6,400 SF - $650,000.  Benefit: ˜ Shell construction framing utilizing pre-fabricated light-gauge steel wall panels and roof trusses reduced shell construction by five weeks. ˜ Spray-applied bio-based urethane foam insulation reduced all air infiltration and added structural tensile strength to the steel shell system. ˜ Utilizing pre-fabricated panel and truss system reduced construction cost 35% over conventional wood frame systems.  Energy Savings: ˜ Estimated annual energy savings to 35%. ‘ Shalom Zone CDC - Duncan United Methodist Church - 2004 Little Rock, Arkansas  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Architect of Record ˜ Design and Concept Documents Tom Hines 61 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST  Project Highlights ˜ Demonstration House - Title 202 Housing Program ˜ 1100 SF 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Family Room, Kitchen and Garage ˜ Shell Construction using SIP’s. (Structural Insulated Panels (Compressed Agricultural Fiber Panels - Wheat Straw)  Benefit ˜ Utilizing SIPS reduced overall cost of construction by 20%. ˜ Utilizing SIPS reduced overall time of construction by two months. ˜ Cooling requirement to be approximately 1.5 tons. ‘ Next Generation Industries - Rogers, Arkansas - 2004  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Architect of Record ˜ Design and Shell Fabrication Documents  Project Highlights: ˜ 10 houses to date - sizes from 1100 SF to 4500 SF. ˜ Design and Construction Drawings; ˜ Fabrication Drawings for Light Gauge Steel Construction ˜ Spray-Applied Bio-Based Urethane Foam Insulation,  Benefit: ˜ Shell construction framing utilizing pre-fabricated light-gauge steel wall panels and roof trusses reduced shell construction by 2 weeks. ˜ Spray-applied bio-based urethane foam insulation reduced all air infiltration and added structural tensile strength to the steel shell system. ˜ Utilizing pre-fabricated panel and truss system reduced construction cost 35% over conventional wood frame systems.  Energy Savings: ˜ Estimated annual energy savings to 35%. ˜ Estimated annual heating cost reduced by 25% over conventional systems. MEDICAL ‘ Two Doctor Clinic for Surgical Associates of McKinney, PA - McKinney, Texas 1985  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents and Specifications, Construction Manager  Project Scope: ˜ Two Doctor Offices, Combination Library & Conference ˜ Nurse Station, Three Exam Rooms, Minor Surgery ˜ Waiting Room, Staff Break room, Reception and Insurance ˜ Construction System SIPs for walls and roof Tom Hines 62 May 19, 2009
  • PROJECT LIST ˜ 3,100 SF - $145,000 for site and building (no furnishings)  Benefit: ˜ Utilizing SIPs reduced the overall cost of construction 30% ˜ Building had two zones each with two 2 ton units  Energy Savings: ˜ Heating and Cooling equipment electrical load was metered separately and the annual savings was approximately 40% of conventional. MUNICIPAL ‘ Wayne Smith Little League Park - College Station, Texas - 1996  Project Responsibilities: ˜ Project Architect: ˜ Design Development, Contract Documents, Specifications and Construction Contract Administration ˜ Project Team - City Staff Representative, MEP and Civil Consultant, College Station Little League, Neighborhood Citizens  Project Scope: ˜ Three Little League Fields, Scoreboard an Bleachers ˜ Facilities Building to include Concessions, Restrooms, Umpire Dressing Rooms and Park Maintenance Storage - 2,100 SF ˜ Construction System utilized glazed CMU walls and SIPs for roof, gable ends and demising partitions above CMU. ˜ Parking Lot, Storm water Management, New Sanitary Sewer and Water Lines ˜ Replace Exiting Sanitary Sewer Main. ˜ Site Area: Six Acres - $1.3 Million  Benefit: ˜ Glazed CMU required no additional finishes after installation and virtually no maintenance for the out years. ˜ Utilizing SIPs enabled the building to be enclosed and the roof shingles to be installed in two days. ˜ Utilizing SIPs required a small supplemental electric heater for the plumbing chase and the open design afforded natural cooling during the year. ˜ Snack Bar required cooling and hood exhaust. Tom Hines 63 May 19, 2009