We’re thrilled to announce that Vanir has won a 2021 CMAA North Texas Chapter Project Achievement Award for its work on Gillespie County’s new 13,880-square-foot AgriLife Building and 8,514-square-foot Facility Maintenance and Technology Services (FMTS) Building.
We were proud to provide design criteria architect and project management services for the project – the County’s first completed using a design-build delivery method. The scope included design criteria documents, design-build contract administration, schedule management, cost management, design/construction submittals review, project schedule review and occupancy/warranty management.
The AgriLife Building, which houses the County’s/Texas A&M University’s AgriLife Extension Service, includes administrative and flex office spaces, a large multi-purpose/ BB gun range, a demonstration kitchen, 4-H classroom, conference room and a dedicated parking lot. The FMTS Building houses the County’s FMTS Departments and includes administrative and flex office spaces, restrooms, storage, a repair shop, a wood shop, entry canopies and a dedicated, secured parking lot.
Congratulations and thank you to Gillespie County, Lehne Construction, Inc., Mustard Design Architects, our Vanir team members (Jim Smith, Gloria Barrera, Rufo Reyes) and everyone else involved with these two incredible facilities!