Texas

Kinkaid School

The Kinkaid Theatre, a 60,000 square foot performing arts facility carefully marries architectural form with theatrical functionality into an educational center that incorporates robust performance system capabilities greater than most secondary school experiences while creating flexibility of the performing arts department (dance, band, and drama) under a common roof.  The facility is a two-theatre complex which includes a 750-seat theatre with balcony as well as a 200-seat Black Box Theatre with full state-of-the-art sound, lighting, and theatrical rigging capabilities a

Johnson Elementary School

Pursuant to the passage of the 2015 Bond Program, Aldine Independent School District engaged Huitt-Zollars to develop elementary and middle school prototypes. Five new school campuses including two elementary schools and three middle schools opened in the fall of 2019.

Garcia Middle School

Pursuant to the passage of the 2015 Bond Program, Aldine Independent School District engaged Huitt-Zollars to develop elementary and middle school prototypes. Five new school campuses including two elementary schools and three middle schools opened in the fall of 2019.

Mead Middle School

Pursuant to the passage of the 2015 Bond Program, Aldine Independent School District engaged Huitt-Zollars to develop elementary and middle school prototypes. Five new school campuses including two elementary schools and three middle schools opened in the fall of 2019.

Jones Middle School

Pursuant to the passage of the 2015 Bond Program, Aldine Independent School District engaged Huitt-Zollars to develop elementary and middle school prototypes. Five new school campuses including two elementary schools and three middle schools opened in the fall of 2019. 

Francis Elementary School

Pursuant to the passage of the 2015 Bond Program, the District engaged Huitt-Zollars to develop elementary and middle school prototypes. Five new school campuses including two elementary schools and three middle schools are now open for the 2018 -2019 school year. 

Madison High School

Madison High School serves as a major academic hub for 2,100 students and faculty. The 264,000-square-foot facility is constructed on the high school’s existing site and offers career pathways in environmental science professions and robotics. The design concept stems from the desire for the school to be the flexible core of the community, projecting a positive future for its students.

Fort Bend County Public Transportation Facility

Huitt-Zollars provided construction management services for the $21 million Fort Bend County Public Transportation facility that opened in January 2020. The new facility combined operations from four separate locations into one, state-of-the-art facility that will provide the County the resources to plan for future growth over the next twenty-five years. The final design included 18,600 square feet of administration space, 28,400 square feet of maintenance space, covered bus parking, a 7,100-square-foot fuel building, and two large wash bays. 

Leeland Avenue: Water Quality Laboratory

Huitt-Zollars was selected by the City of Houston to provide the City’s Drinking Water Operations with multiple building improvements at various facilities. This included a facilities needs assessment, space planning, programming, design, and managing the flow of work during the complete project, i.e., from conception to completion, for the City of Houston’s Drinking Water Operations.