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Multi-family design

New Development Coming to Waxahachie

At TMA-CHA Architects, we have been hired to design a new 250-unit multi-family project in Waxahachie. The city located south of Dallas, along I-35E, is booming. With the developer located in California, and the general contractor in the Waxahachie area, we’ve been working with all interested parties via online meetings. The developer has been terrific,…
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Architect for Retail Center

Working Virtually with Our Clients

While we continue to practice social distancing, we have started working with our clients almost exclusively electronically. Like many of you, we were reliant on face-to-face meetings, but the effects of the coronavirus have changed the way we do business. Now, we are successfully navigating client meetings via Zoom, email and phone calls. Because we…
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TMA CHA Office

Thriving in Our New Normal

On March 16th, at the urging of Project Architect John Reeser, our office made the decision to have our employees work from home. This meant that Sophie (my sweet dog and office mail retriever) and I were the only two at the office each day. It was a drastic change, and it was very strange.…
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ASC design

Triangular-Shaped ASC? We Can Do That

The owner of Cardiovascular Labs of America requested a design for a state-licensed Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC). At TMA-CHA, we specialize in creating ASC’s, but this was an unusual request because their office is shaped like a triangle. Physicians and physician groups looking to add an ASC know there are a number of guidelines set…
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Development in Fort Worth

Developing Property in Fort Worth

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 remaining and we’re in the process of sub-dividing the open…
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A Message from TMA-CHA Architects

During these challenging times, we are doing everything we can to protect the health of our employees and clients. Our office remains open, and we’re practicing frequent hand washing along with sanitizing commonly used surfaces. If an employee is not feeling well, we are asking them to stay home. For our clients who need regular…
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