Posts Tagged ‘tma-cha’

Joanna Grodnicka Celebrates 13 Years with TMA

Joanna with flowers

Joanna joined TMA-CHA Architects in 2008. One of the advantages of working at a boutique architecture firm is the exposure to all aspects of our practice. Joanna does design, works on drawings (contract documents), attends project meetings, and creates some renderings. She has a keen design sense and is such a terrific asset to our…

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We’re Turning an Office Space into an ASC

Office building in Plano

At TMA-CHA Architects, one of our latest projects includes turning a ground floor office space into an Ambulatory Surgery Center, or ASC. The project is located in Plano at 555 Republic Drive. The existing 5,600SF space will be remodeled to include two operating rooms as well as pre-op and recovery rooms. If you are a…

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North Grove Development in Waxahachie

Development Site Plan

We are excited to have a new mixed-use development project in the works in the growing city of Waxahachie. The project will reflect New Urbanism, a design that promotes environmentally friendly habits that include walkable neighborhoods and a wide range of housing options. The North Grove Development features just that: multi-family units and relevant retail…

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Can You Convert an ER into an ASC? Yes We Can

  TMA CHA Architects was recently retained to convert an emergency facility into an Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC). In 2010, the State of Texas began issuing licenses for these facilities and they began popping up all over the state. Too many were developed for the market, and a number have closed or been purchased by…

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New Location for Amarillo National Bank in Fort Worth

Floor Plan for Amarillo National Bank

At TMA-CHA Architects, we’re working on a remodel of an existing bank into a new location for Amarillo National Bank. This location is a previously closed bank at 4501 Camp Bowie Blvd in Fort Worth. The project involves the design and addition of offices and work areas along with other banking functions. As you can…

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New Lease Space in Irving Shopping Center

Design for Shopping Center Addition

At TMA-CHA Architects, one of our latest projects is designing new lease space for MacArthur Marketplace. The shopping center is located along Interstate 635, just west of MacArthur Blvd in Irving, Texas. The additional 5,000 SF space will host two tenants, including Farm2Cook.  The design will feature accent canopies over large window segments as well…

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Update on Texas Kidney Consultants

Texas Kidney Consultants

Construction is nearing completion on a new location for Texas Kidney Consultants in Fort Worth. Structures & Interiors is the general contractor. They’ve finished all exterior metal panels and the metal roof. Fencing is being added as is a parking canopy, parking lot striping, and landscaping and irrigation. The two-story building totals 11,000 SF and…

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Redevelopment Near Texas Wesleyan University

Plans for 1411 Wesleyan

We enjoyed working with Local Homes Fort Worth on a redevelopment project in the old part of Wesleyan. The three apartments are located at 1411 Wesleyan in an older building. They now have exposed brick walls and open ceilings. Renters are going to enjoy living in this mixed-use building that is right across the street…

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Physicians: Looking to Convert to an Ambulatory Surgery Center?

Inside Ambulatory Surgery Center Operating Room

The process of converting a space to an Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC), or building a new ASC, has become a particular area of interest and expertise for our firm. There are many factors to consider – whether it’s an existing treatment facility or an existing layout that allows for more flexibility. There are several driving…

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Evolution of Architecture for Pets

Pet Resort

When you think about the pet industry, it’s amazing to think that a basic doghouse and Purina pet food once ruled the market. Today, there are organic pet treats, spacious doghouses with windows and a porch, pet outfits, and community dog parks. The American Pet Products Association (APPA) crunched the numbers and found that we…

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