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ARCHITECTURE P O R T F O L I O F A I T H

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ARCHITECTURE P O R T F O L I O


FAITH ANN HARDCASTLE E D UCAT I O N TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY [ Lubbock, Texas // December 2018 ] Master of Architecture – pending graduation December 2018 Graduating with a Certificate in Urban and Community Design

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY [ Lubbock, Texas // December 2016 ] Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Cum Laude Presidential Scholar and member of Honor Organizations: Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, and Phi Kappa Phi

STEPHENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL [ Stephenville, Texas // May 2013 ] Completion of High School Diploma

MANUAL Sketching Modeling Drafting Lettering

SK I L L S + PR O G R A M S PROGRAMS Revit AutoCAD Rhinocerous Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Adobe Acrobat Pro

I have experience in office programs such as Acrobat Pro, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and the equivalents for Apple Computers.


(254) 592 - 2284 faithannhardcastle@gmail.com 303 Detroit Ave. #306 Lubbock, Texas 79415 INSTAGRAM: @faithannnn @faithfulsummitstudio FACEBOOK: Faith Ann Hardcastle

W ORK EXPE RI E NC E FAITHFUL SUMMIT STUDIO [ Lubbock, Texas // June 2018 - present ] Founder + Owner

Currently, this is a part-time business that I do aside from school and my internship. This business consists of hand lettering, modern calligraphy, and graphic design.

MWM ARCHITECTS, INC [ Lubbock, Texas // May 2017 - present ] Architectural Intern

At MWM, I have been tasked with website design and edits, assisting with construction documents, and meeting with corporate clients. The types of projects I have worked on here have mostly been Corporate Commercial, but I have also assisted on K-12 Education, Food Service, and Urban Planning. Major Projects include: Albertsons Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico (Renovation) Market Street in Las Colinas, Texas (New Build) Lubbock County Expo Center in Lubbock, Texas (Master Planning, New Build) Crosbyton Elementary School in Crosbyton, Texas (Renovation + Addition) Texas Tech Athletic Dining Facility in Lubbock, Texas (Master Planning, New Build)

CoA PRINT LAB ASSISTANT [ Lubbock, Texas // August 2015 - September 2017 ] Print Lab Assistant at the Texas Tech College of Architecture

Print Lab tasks included teaching students and faculty to print over the wireless network, assisting with redesign and layout of informational posters, flush mounting images and posters, and designing and binding books.

TTU FOOTBALL SECRETARY + RECRUITING ASSISTANT [ Lubbock, Texas // August 2013 - December 2016 ] Secretary’s Assistant and Recruiting Assistant at the Texas Tech Football Office At the football office, I wore many different hats, and helped out where needed. My first priority in the office was greeting visitors that came into the office, answering and directing phone calls, and giving tours of the facility. My second priority was creatively addressing envelopes for letters to recruits and interacting with recruits and their families when they visited.


GRADUATE STUDIOS Social Housing [ São Paulo, Brazil ] Rehabilitation Center [ Plano, Texas ]

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UNDERGRADUATE STUDIOS Riverfront Public Space [ Triana, Sevilla, Spain ] Writers’ Retreat [ Santa Fe, New Mexico ] Rest Stop [ Palo Duro Canyon, Texas ]

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PROFESSIONAL WORK Downtown Master Plan [ Slaton, Texas ] Lubbock County Expo Center [ Lubbock, Texas ] Market Street + Albertsons [ Multiple Locations ] Abuelo’s Mexican Restaurant [ Tulsa, Oklahoma ]

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TABLE OF CONTENTS


GRADUATE STUDIES

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SOCIAL HOUSING

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INSTRUCTOR: Kristine Stiphany, PhD

This mixed-use project is designed on a disconnected site that is surrounded by several main transportation routes in the center of the industrial Tamanduatei corridor in São Paulo, Brazil. The site currently contains factory ruins, but has been re-designed to hold a school, a recreation center, social housing, and an outdoor market space. The design of this site was driven by a parametric research analysis of two similar-in-type housing projects – Quinta da Malagueira [Alvaro Siza, 1977; Malagueira, Portugal] and Caraíba [Joaquim Guedes, 1976; Caraíba, Brazil]. The analysis resulted in two discoveries: user intervention, through the informal settlements, creates a more structured organization than the formal city. As a result, the residual spaces created by user intervention act as the framework for the urban environment. The outcome of these two findings is a sense of screening through densities within the urban fabric. These research discoveries translated into the design of the mixed-use project. The site needed to become more socially connected due to its prime location within the corridor. Therefore, the residual spaces surrounding the site become appropriated as a social screen to better connect the local with its context, and in turn, the rest of the city. These spaces serve as public services as well as economic opportunities for the new housing program. The southern street is extended to create pedestrian access to the train station lined with market spaces, the north and west street become a linear park to service the residents and students, and the space under the viaducts becomes commercial spaces to serve the public. Programmatically, the screening can be found through the circulation and organization of the units. Physically, the screening is found through the building organization and at the entry of each unit which serves as a threshold between public and private space.

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Analysis of Quinta da Malagueira [Alvaro Siza, 1977]

A n a l y s i s o f C a r a Í b a [J o a q u i m G u e d e s , 1 9 7 6 ] 10


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A p p r o p r i a t i o n a n d Pr o g r a m D i a g r a m s

The sections below show the interaction between the housing project and the public space with which it shares a site, the paths of transportation, and the surrounding context. Section 01 cuts through the central plaza, the area for the public market space, which extends through the linear park to connect to the appropriated space under the viaduct. Section 02 is cutting through the recreation center which gives a verticality to the public realm around the site. The emphasis of this section is showing the connection from the site to the rail line, and across where existing employment opportunities can be found. Through section, it is evident that the project stands tall to show itself as a cultural center for people in the surrounding area.

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Site Plan

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One Bedroom Configuration

Ty p i c a l B a y - 0 1 B e d

E ff i c i e n c y C o n f i g u r a t i o n

Tw o B e d r o o m C o n f i g u r a t i o n 14

Ty p i c a l B a y - S t u d i o + 0 2 B e d


Exterior Rendering from Market Space

Entry into One Bedroom Unit 15


INWARD PERSPECTIVE ADDICTION RECOVERY CAMPUS P L A N O ,

T E X A S

I N ST R U CTO R : J u l i e Zo o k , P h D ADDITIONAL TEAM MEMBERS: Even Cuyler (L.Arch), Hector Aguirre (L.Arch)

Inward Perspective is a campus designed for the treatment of substance abuse disorders. It is organized around the idea that both nature and social support are crucial to patient success. Natural views from the buildings and opportunities to be in a variety of landscape settings provide the respite for patients participating in treatment. At the same time, architectural and landscaped spaces bring people together in spaces for social support. Inward Perspective is a design that is driven by different types of spaces: introverted and extroverted. This project redefines introverted and extroverted to help clarify the program. Introverted spaces are where one is looking into themself while looking out to the nature. While these spaces are open to views of the campus, they house activities that are private, emotionally and mentally. Extroverted spaces are those where one is focusing on others. These areas are more private in terms of circulation and visual access, but more open emotionally and mentally. For the architectural organization of these spaces, extroverted programs are pushed to the outer edges of the site to address the street and surrounding neighborhood with the introverted spaces on the inward side of the building to capitalize on views of nature. For example, a few spaces that are considered extroverted are the administration areas, therapist offices, exam rooms, and dietitian offices. These are extroverted because the main occupants of these spaces are focusing on others while they are opening up emotionally and mentally. A couple of examples of introverted spaces would be the group therapy spaces and the demonstration kitchen. These spaces are classified as introverted because of the fact that the main occupants of these spaces are focusing on bettering themselves. Landscape program organization has introverted spaces more secluded and away from the building and extroverted spaces directly bounded by a hard edge. For example, the extroverted spaces would be the outdoor playground for the childcare center and patio to the north for the nurses. The introverted spaces are the healing garden and the meditation garden because these are used more for self-reflection and mental healing.

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Master Plan 18


1.1

WORK ROOM

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STAFF LOCKERS STAFF RR

ADMINISTRATOR OFFICE

STAFF RR

STAFF BREAK

LECTURE HALL

ADMINISTRATOR OFFICE

WOMEN RR

MECH + TELECOMM

CONFERENCE OFFICE

MEN RR UP

PHARMACY

OFFICE

LG. MEETING

INDOOR WAITING

OUTDOOR WAITING

RECEPTION

PLAYGROUND

CHILD CARE 1.2

PATIENT LOUNGE

SMOOTHIE BAR

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PATIENT LOCKER ROOM

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YOGA STUDIO

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THERAPIST OFFICE

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THERAPIST OFFICE

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THERAPIST OFFICE STORAGE

LG. MEETING ROOM

MECH + TELECOMM

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MEN RR

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NURSE STATION

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DIETICIAN OFFICE OUTDOOR DEMONSTRATION KITCHEN

DIETICIAN OFFICE

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DINING AND WAITING

DIETICIAN OFFICE

DEMONSTRATION KITCHEN

MEN RR WOMEN RR

FOOD STORAGE

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Administration and Health Floor Plans 19

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Administration and Health Sections and Elevation

Administration and Health Physical Model 20


Administration and Health Approach

S t o r m w a t e r Tr e a t m e n t

Healing Gardens

A d m i n i s t r a t i o n a n d H e a l t h R e c e p t i o n a n d Wa i t i n g R o o m 21


C e n t r a l Pa v i l i o n s

Clubhouse Approach 22


CLUBHOUSE

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DINING

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THERAPIST OFFICE THERAPIST OFFICE THERAPIST OFFICE THERAPIST OFFICE

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ENTRY WITH KIOSK CHECK-IN

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R I V E R F R O N T P L A Z A — “ O R I L L A S D E T R I A N A” T R I A N A ,

S E V I L L A ,

S P A I N

INSTRUCTORS: Joe Aranha and Ben Shacklette A D D I T I O N A L T E A M M E M B E R S : P h y r e B u r n s , I a n D u Po n t , E d u a r d o M a r t i n e z , Leo Martinez, and Zane Robles

By refining and expressing the current edge through land manipulation and waterfront design, the “edge of Triana” becomes a vivid and exciting proposal. The focus of the design relies heavily on the symbolic explanation of Triana’s proud and significant culture of art, hard work, flamenco, and bull fighting. Paseo Nuestra Senora de la O is an existing historical path along the Alfonso XIII Canal that carries a ton of potential. With the existing opportunities and through Triana’s background, the existing conditions were analyzed in order to create a new, more functional edge. Orillas de Triana defines a threshold by refining existing edges to retain parts of Triana’s culture and extending past the shoreline to express the pride of Triana by defining a new extended edge off the original shoreline. Its boundary is now a threshold, or “orilla,” with water access and spaces for interaction and gathering. On the south end of the site, there is an extended landmass and dock as a place for gathering in order to keep the original path of circulation unobstructed. The intention of the waterfront portion is for an original feel of the site to be experienced by those who currently are from the area, but refined through a stepped green space, so the water’s edge can be experienced without obstruction. In the center, there is a large space for public gatherings, performances, and other social events or festivities. The steps down to the platform act as seating for these performances. The north end of the site houses a swimming and workout area with steps down into the water and platforms from which to jump and play. Just west of that is a redeveloped park with sloped grass areas and an area with a children’s playground.

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Existing View of Site from across River

HISTORICAL ACCESS: CALLEJON DE LA INQUISITION

PEDESTRIAN ACCESS: NEAR CHURCH, NO STAIRS

PEDESTRIAN ACCESS: FROM CALLE CASTILLA + RESIDENTS FROM NEARBY APARTMENTS

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Pe r s p e c t i v e o f Pr o p o s a l f r o m Pu e n t e d e I s a b e l I I 29


Master Plan 30


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A e r i a l Pr o p o s a l

I n t i m a t e Wa t e r A c c e s s

Central Gathering Platform — Night View

Central Gathering Platform

Pa r k a n d P l a y g r o u n d A r e a s 32

Swimming Platforms


Section through North pathway to street

Section through Central gathering space

Section through North park and swimming area 33


WRITERS’ RETREAT S A N TA F E , N E W M E X I CO INSTRUCTOR: Julie Zook, PhD

Santa Fe, New Mexico is a town that is concerned with the outdoor environment and is very aware of its surrounding landscape. Because of the sustainable mindset that is had by most, people spend much of their time outside, sitting on their porches or walking and riding bikes, especially in the downtown area. Seeing this, it seemed desirable to create a building that overlaps city life. The overlap is done in three ways: a structural overlap, an overlap of program type, and a forced overlap of private lives with the city. The structural overlap is achieved by the building cantilevering over the sidewalks and streets. The overlap of program type is done by the first floor being completely public, the third floor being completely private, and the two meeting on the second floor where guest rooms surround the performance space. The private lives overlap the city in two ways: having bedrooms that extend over the sidewalk and street and excluding some programs to entice the writers into going into the city to complete necessary tasks like washing laundry or buying groceries. Program organization in the building is dependent upon the structure. Private programs are pushed into the major U-shaped structural members of the cantilevering levels and public spaces are left between those U-shaped members.

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Ground Floor

Second Floor

Third Floor 37


Section L_01

Section L_02

Section T_01

Section T_02

Second Floor Assembly and Gallery Space 38


Digital Structural Model Isometric Drawing

Physical Structural Model Photographs 39


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DOWNTOWN MASTER PLAN SLATON, TEXAS

P r o j e c t

M a n a g e r

While working on some schools for the Slaton Independent School District, Slaton’s Chamber of Commerce asked MWM Architects to assist them in coming up with a plan for making their Town Square a place for people to enjoy. After listening to what the community needed, we designed a Town Square where community events can take place and people can enjoy spending time. The streets were redesigned by widening the medians to help with the current confusion of traffic flow and designated crosswalk areas were added by changing the type and color of paver. The enlarged medians were programmed to allow for food truck parking along the edges with shaded seating on the median. For the central block of the square, we paired with a Landscape Architect for plant selections and design input. The central block, surrounding City Hall, is programmed with a new train park, an amphitheater, and a widened sidewalk to create a market space. Additional sidewalks were added throughout to provide an ease of access throughout the square. TASKS: Plan, Rendered Plan, Renderings, Elevations, Furniture Selection, Material Selection, Paint Selection,

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LUBBOCK COUNTY EXPO CENTER LUBBOCK, TEXAS

Lubbock Entertainment Performing Arts Association (LEPAA) has asked MWM Architects for help in working on some schematic design and pricing information for a new Expo Center for Lubbock County. The Expo Center would be a 60 acre - 100 acre lot with a 400,000 square foot Expo Center. The Center would contain a 6,000 seat dirt arena, a large banquet hall that can be split into 4 smaller halls, a catering kitchen, a large expo hall, a warm-up arena, and a room with 200+ horse stables. Also on the property, there would be smaller arena seating 2,000. TASKS: Master Plan, 3D Digital Modeling, Rendering

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PARKING: TRAILERS: CARS:

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SQUARE FOOTAGE: AREA - MAIN ARENA: AREA - SMALL ARENA: TOTAL:

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Master Plan

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Approach from Main Entry

6,000 Seat Dirt Arena

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MWM Architects, Inc.

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2022 Broadway Lubbock, TX 79401 Phone: 806.745.7707 Fax: 806.745.7620

2022 Broadway Lubbock, TX 79401 Phone: 806.745.7707 Fax: 806.745.7620

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Structural Engineer

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MWM Architects, Inc. 2022 Broadway Lubbock, TX 79401 Phone: 806.745.7707 Fax: 806.745.7620

BSA Consulting Engineers

BSA Consulting Engineers

Consulting Mechanical + Electrical Engineers 14302 Slide Road Lubbock, TX 79424 Phone: 806.780.7475 Fax: 806.780.0129

Consulting Mechanical + Electrical Engineers 14302 Slide Road Lubbock, TX 79424 Phone: 806.780.7475 Fax: 806.780.0129

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MWM Architects, Inc. 2022 Broadway Lubbock, TX 79401 Phone: 806.745.7707 Fax: 806.745.7620

BSA Consulting Engineers

HWY 161 & LAS COLINAS BLVD. IRVING, TX

Consulting Mechanical + Electrical Engineers 14302 Slide Road Lubbock, TX 79424 Phone: 806.780.7475 Fax: 806.780.0129

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MWM Architects, Inc. 2022 Broadway Lubbock, TX 79401 Phone: 806.745.7707 Fax: 806.745.7620

Structural Engineer

BSA Consulting Engineers, PLLC

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Consulting Mechanical + Electrical Engineers 14302 Slide Road Lubbock, TX 79424 Phone: 806.780.7475 Fax: 806.780.0129

MWM Architects, Inc. 2022 Broadway Lubbock, TX 79401 Phone: 806.745.7707 Fax: 806.745.7620

BSA Consulting Engineers

Consulting Mechanical + Electrical Engineers 14302 Slide Road Lubbock, TX 79424 Phone: 806.780.7475 Fax: 806.780.0129

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MARKET STREET + ALBERTSONS M U LT I P L E L O C AT I O N S

MWM Architects, Inc. works as the main architect for the United Supermarkets LLC, which was bought out by Albertsons LLC to work as a smaller, separate branch for the Albertsons company. MWM designs the grocery stores according to the desire for a familiar shopping experience throughout all of the branches of the stores. The Market Street stores are designed to emphasize the gourmet, natural food selection of the store, while the Albertsons stores are designed to serve fresh food and baked goods to the customers. MARKET STREET PROJECTS: Market Street [New Build] Irving, Texas Market Street [Renovation] Santa Fe, New Mexico ALBERTSONS PROJECTS: Albertsons [Renovation] Albuquerque, New Mexico Albertsons [New Build] Carlsbad, New Mexico TASKS: Building Elevations, Building Sections, Restroom Elevations and Enlarged Plans, Door and Window Schedules, Door and Window Details, Millwork Sections and Elevations, Cover Sheet Organization, Renderings, and Construction Document Organization OCCASIONAL TASKS: Material Selection, Assembling Material Boards, Site Plans,

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WM architects MWM Architects, Inc. 2022 Broadway Lubbock, TX 79401 Phone: 806.745.7707 Fax: 806.745.7620

BSA Consulting Engineers, PLLC

Consulting Mechanical + Electrical Engineers 14302 Slide Road Lubbock, TX 79424 Phone: 806.780.7475 Fax: 806.780.0129

HKCGlobal

81st Street South, and S. Tacoma W. Avenue,

Tulsa, OK

Abuelo's Mexican Restaurant TI Nickel Creek Shopping Center

Operations Engineering Consultant Studio 1 5 Bow Street Wellesley, MA 02481 Phone: 727-247-5665

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WM architects

MWM Architects, Inc. 2022 Broadway Lubbock, TX 79401 Phone: 806.745.7707 Fax: 806.745.7620

BSA Consulting Engineers, PLLC

Consulting Mechanical + Electrical Engineers 14302 Slide Road Lubbock, TX 79424 Phone: 806.780.7475 Fax: 806.780.0129

HKCGlobal

81st Street South, and S. Tacoma W. Avenue,

Tulsa, OK

Abuelo's Mexican Restaurant TI Nickel Creek Shopping Center

Operations Engineering Consultant Studio 1 5 Bow Street Wellesley, MA 02481 Phone: 727-247-5665

PERMIT SET

No. Revision

Drawn

Checked

JM

DM

12-11-17

Date

Issued

12/01/17

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ABUELO’S MEXICAN RESTAURANT TULSA, OKLAHOMA

MWM Architects, Inc. is the main architect for the Abuelo’s Mexican Restaurant Franchise. Our goal is to design the restaurants to create a fine dining environment that is familiar, but slightly different throughout all of the restaurants. Everything in the restaurants, from the seating in the entry to the vanities in the restrooms, are designed custom for the Abuelo’s franchise. The materials used were selected based upon their relation to a traditional Mexican heritage, while maintaining the image of the fine, American dining experience. TASKS: Interior Elevations, Millwork Elevations and Sections, Material Selection, Build Material Board

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SADDLE CREEK SHOPPING CENTER LUBBOCK, TEXAS

This is a shopping center that was designed for a local Lubbock developer based off the farming and ranching heritage of Lubbock. TASKS: Parking Layout, Water Detention Plan

EAST LUBBOCK GATEWAY LUBBOCK, TEXAS

A series of gateways were designed for Lubbock to bring the different districts of the cities together. The East Lubbock community is one neighborhood in particular that feels like Lubbock has pushed them out due to the high rate of crime and poverty in the area. This gateway was designed so the community can be more involved in the development of the city.

Saddle Creek Shopping Center

TASKS: 3D Digital Model, Renderings

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC T R A I N I N G T A B L E D I N I N G FA C I L I T Y

East Lubbock Gateway

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MARK SITE BENCH

Texas Tech University selected MWM to design their new, state-of-the-art Athletic Dining Facility. The facility is used not only for feeding the athletes according to their tailored meal plans, but also will be used for teaching the athletes how to make food selections and cook meals according to their diet plan. The facility includes a large dining room, kitchen and supporting spaces, and a demonstration kitchen - classroom combination.

"BOX" CUT IN TOP OF ELEVAT CURB ION = 3215.62 NAVD

LUBBOCK, TEXAS

Te x a s Te c h U n i v e r s i t y A t h l e t i c D i n i n g Fa c i l i t y


TOWNHOMES ON MAIN STREET LU B B O C K , T E X A S

A major developer for off-campus housing asked for some preliminary site plans of possible schemes for a small set of townhomes near the Texas Tech Campus. The townhomes were designed with college students in mind. TASKS: Master Planning

4ORE! GOLF LU B B O C K , T E X A S

4ore! Golf is a entertainment venue based on golfing for people of any age and level of experience. It is a two-level, game-based driving range that includes two bars, one restaurant, and a training facility. To w n h o m e s o n M a i n S t r e e t

TASKS: As-Built Drawings, Finish Elevations

MULTIPLE SCHOOL DISTRICTS M U LT I P L E LO C AT I O N S

Crosbyton Consolidated ISD, Slaton ISD, and Wall ISD are several school districts in which there was assistance needed with construction administration. I reviewed submittals over materials, plumbing fixtures, and safety equipment. TASKS: Submittals, Client Meetings

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Graduate Architecture Portfolio  

Graduate and Professional Portfolio. Texas Tech University College of Architecture Graduate Program.

Graduate Architecture Portfolio  

Graduate and Professional Portfolio. Texas Tech University College of Architecture Graduate Program.

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