Fitzpatrick Architects worked with the SPCA on a capital campaign for a new state-of-the-art animal care facility and adoption center. The project is currently in fund raising, and we are excited to see this project come to life to save the lives of potential pets and companions.
The citizens of Tyler, Texas have recently passed a significant bond package that includes the historic John Tyler High School. To aid the local school district, Fitzpatrick Architects and their partner firm Stantec produced the following video to help the community visualize a 21st-century education facility, that include new classrooms, performing arts, and athletic facilities. We are helping prepare students for the future.
Nestled in a new planned community in a growing part of Tyler, the new Tennis and Swim facility will offer many services and activities to its membership. Twelve UTSA certified courts are viewable from an elevated veranda providing the perfect location for local and regional tournaments. The resort-like pool will offer a great place to cool off during the summer for families and sun enthusiasts alike.
TJC West campus is a pioneering location for innovation. The new Energy Center provides a front door and aesthetic standard for the campus seeking and identity. Three floors of hands-on learning provide students the opportunity for real work experience within the framework of classroom direction.
Harkening to the Texas independent spirit, this modern facility brings the comfort of home to cutting edge health care. Natural light fills the building interior creating a calming environment for patients and staff. Tenant space has allowed the clinic to grow as well as offer lease space to compatible healthcare partners.
TISD-TV produced bussiness profiles of distinguished business community leaders and their organizations' partnerships with Tyler ISD. In this episode Brandy Ziegler, Partner and Architect with Fitzpatrick Architects, highlights the company's mentoring efforts in an architecture and construction project with District high school students. The purpose of the project was to design and create four children's playhouses auctioned off as a fund raising effort to benefit Habitat for Humanity.