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The Bungalows in Waxahachie

Rendering of The Bungalows

TMA Architects has designed a multi-family development that will be located on Cantrell Street in Waxahachie. The project will consist of two different types of buildings with a craftsman style influence. The development will also include an amenity building featuring a grill house and swimming pool.

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Advantages of Small Lot Mixed-Use Design

Exterior Canon Mixed-Use Building

Small lot mixed-use buildings present opportunities for the end-user and can parallel a city’s development goals. If you consider the Near Southside neighborhood in Fort Worth, the area provides an excellent example of this type of design.   If you’re not familiar with mixed-use design, these types of buildings typically feature a business (retail, medical, professional)…

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Converting a Medical Office into an ASC

Medical Office Exterior

TMA Architects is remodeling an existing medical office building into an Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC). Located on Lancaster Drive in Grapevine, it will be called NexMed ASC. The facility will feature two operating rooms and will total approximately 7,800 SF. Construction documents are in progress.

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A New Design Direction for Multi-Family Projects

North Grove Rendering

I don’t think anyone is surprised that a global pandemic changed the way multiple industries now operate – and that includes architecture and design. At TMA Architects, we are taking a fresh approach to the design of multi-family projects. According to an American Community Survey, the population of Dallas/Fort Worth/ Arlington was just over 7.5…

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New Property Development in Fort Worth

Texas Meadows Rendering

TMA-CHA Architects is teaming with the Bhoomi group to develop six acres at the corner of Bryant Irvin and Dutch Branch Road. The initial purchase was to assist Fort Worth Heart in developing a satellite clinic and a state-of-the-art cardiology surgery center. That left 4.2 acres and we’re in the process of sub-dividing the open…

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Amarillo National Bank Now Open in Fort Worth

Interior Amarillo National Bank

TMA Architects remodeled an existing location for Amarillo National Bank, and they’re now welcoming customers.   Located at 4501 Camp Bowie Blvd in Fort Worth, the location was a previously closed bank. We added offices and work areas — and updated the interior with natural lighting and other amenities.   Our thanks to the team…

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We’re Hiring an Architect or Intern Architect

TMA Architects is looking to hire an Architect or Intern Architect. This is an immediate opening. Please send your resume to Tom Malone at or call (817)846-0368. We are a full-service architectural, planning, and design firm. For more information about who we are and our work, please visit our website. Feel free to share…

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Our Design Philosophy for Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC)

ASC rendering

At TMA Architects, we have been developing Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC) for quite some time. As of today, we have completed 20 ASC’s and have two more on the boards.   ASC’s started popping up in 1998. They were such a new and novel project that the State of Texas did not have a full grasp of…

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The Man House Museum in Mansfield

Front View of Information Center at the Man House Museum

TMA Architects designed the Information Center for the Ralph Man Homestead, a historical museum in Mansfield. The 1,862 SF building will serve as the gateway into the complex and will house the museum staff. Interior work remains but it is very close to completion. Our thanks to the City of Mansfield and the Man House…

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Texas Kidney Consultants Now Open

Exterior of Texas Kidney Consultants

Congratulations to Texas Kidney Consultants on the opening of their new Main Office in Fort Worth. The two-story building totals 11,000 SF and is at 2221 8th Avenue. Structures & Interiors was the general contractor and they did a terrific job bringing our plans to life. We’d like to thank the doctors at Texas Kidney…

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