Posts Tagged ‘architect in Fort Worth’

Have You Considered a Mixed-Use Building?

Mixed-use design, or mixed-use architecture, has been around since the 1900‘s.  At that time, the design was unique in that it featured two stories:  the first floor was used for retail, offices or some other kind of business, while the second floor was a residence for rent or a hotel.  From the 1900‘s through the…

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We Are a Full-Service Architectural Firm

From preliminary design to detailed construction documents, tma-cha architects works with our clients to create the best design solution for their needs. Whether you’re looking to maximize a smaller space, create income to help pay for your building, or want a touch of creativity to help your project stand apart, we can help.   For 33…

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Our Entry for Cottage Communities Design Competition

TMA-CHA Architects is pleased to present its entry for Cottage Communities, a design competition organized by the Fort Worth chapter of the AIA. With over 2,000 local individuals who are homeless on any given night, Tarrant County is ever in need of economical solutions for affordable and subsidized housing. In response, a church in the…

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Thank You and Happy Thanksgiving

At tma-cha architects, we’re thankful to be blessed with a heavy work load this year, and we’re looking forward to completing the many projects that are on our boards – a few of which are: Office Building for Dialysis Associates, Fort Worth Offices for Tarrant Centers for Infectious Disease, Dallas Medical Offices for Havalika Partners,…

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New Building for Dialysis Associates in Fort Worth

Construction begins soon on a new location for Dialysis Associates in Fort Worth. The two-story building is located on 8th Avenue near the historic Fairmont neighborhood. The interior will feature exam rooms on the first floor with doctors’ offices on the second floor. We also added 4,500 SF of leasable space on the first floor,…

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PARK(ing) Day in Near Southside a Huge Success

Due to an ominous weather forecast, Near Southside decided to move their PARK(ing) Day to September 28th. It turned out to be a fantastic decision. If you missed our previous article about PARK(ing) Day, this is an international event where designers, students, and community members turn a parking space into a small park for the…

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