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Our Design for a New Shopping Complex in OK

Shopping Complex Design

At tma-cha architects, we have been master planning for “Market Street at Ardmore.” This a new 300,000 SF shopping complex on 28 acres in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Phase One construction has begun, and will continue in stages, while Phase Two is still on the boards. Panda Express, Academy Sports + Outdoors, and Verizon cellular sales are…

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New Townhomes Coming to Near Southside

We are close to starting construction on a series of townhomes that will be located on S Jennings Ave in Fort Worth. The project will take place in two phases. The first phase will feature six units with three in each building. The second phase welcomes the possibility of six additional units. Our design for each unit…

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We Designed the Sinclair’s Rooftop Bar Enclosure

Rooftop Bar

We were so excited to see the Sinclair hotel featured on the front page of the Star-Telegram. The luxury hotel, featuring an art deco décor mixed with state-of-the-art technology, is under the Marriott Autograph collection. TMA-CHA was tasked with designing the rooftop bar enclosure.   The bar’s glass enclosure covers about 1/3rd of the building’s roof…

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St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Addition and Renovation

TMA-CHA is working closely with St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church in the design for a new Narthex addition and renovation. The proposed addition provides a new main entry to the church, and connection to the parish center. This will help keep the Sanctuary quiet by relocating the existing toilets, and cry room access from…

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Dr. Simmons’ Mixed-Use Building Now Open

Dr. Simmons Mixed-Use Building

Located in the Near Southside neighborhood, Dr. Simmons’ Mixed-Use Building is now open. Our own Fred Cauble worked closely with Dr. Simmons in order to meet the project goals, and programmatic requirements. The first two floors are dedicated to medical and physical therapy offices with apartments on the third floor. Another unique addition is a…

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Have You Considered a Mixed-Use Building?

TMA CHA Office

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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It’s Clear: Glass Can Reduce Building Costs

As a project develops from initial design to final working drawings, materials or assemblies are often analyzed to see if building costs can be reduced. This process is called value engineering (VE). In most cases, VE can be performed during any phase of the project but we recommend an investigation in the early stages –…

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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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