Grand Prairie City Hall, Grand Prairie, TX
With the addition of a 32,000-sq-ft, two-story building, the city of Grand Prairie wanted to create a sprawling City Hall complex that would connect two existing municipal buildings to a brand new, modern structure.
The new building serves as the main entrance, connecting the old City Hall and Development Center buildings. It houses the city’s central offices, including the mayor’s office and spaces for other key city officials.
Owner: City of Grand Prairie
Lead Design Firm: Rouch Architects
General Contractor: Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors
Civil Engineer: IMEG
Structural Engineer: Hart Gaugler + Associates
MEP Engineer: Salcedo Group Inc.
ENR Texas & Louisiana Best Projects 2020
Rouch Architects, a full-service Architectural & Interior Design firm based in Dallas, Texas lead the design team on this renovation. The firm provided a full range of services including, but not limited to architecture, interior design, and planning. Their team collaborated from the initial sketch and throughout the construction process to ensure a smooth project delivery and result.
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