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RDA News & Notes

Architecture Center: The Work of Kendall/Heaton Associates


What: Collaborations: The Work of Kendall/Heaton Associates
When: October 3, 2013 – November 8, 2013

Opening Reception
Thursday Oct 3
5:30 – 7:00pm

Exhibition
Oct 3 through Nov 8
M – Th 9am – 5pm
F 9am – 3pm

Where: Architecture Center Houston
315 Capitol Street, Suite 120
Houston, Texas 77002

Collaborations: the work of Kendall/Heaton Associates is an exhibition that traces the firm’s 35 year history of partnering with an ever expanding roster of acclaimed design architects. The exhibit will also feature projects in development. Kendall/Heaton Associates’ work will be illustrated through timelines, videos, sketches, models, and construction documents. Join ArCH in learning about the complex, collaborative process behind KHA’s projects.

Kendall/Heaton Associates was founded in Houston in 1978 upon the premise that a clear distinction between the design phase and the production phase of a building project assures the client of a more efficient allocation of time and resources. Specializing in the production cycle of building projects, KHA enables design firms to focus on what they do best – schematic design and design development. Proficient in construction documentation and administration, the firm works closely with its clients and with design firms worldwide to turn ideas into buildings.

As Architect of Record, KHA has worked successfully with many of the world’s premier designers by respecting their skills and expertise. In turn, these designers respect KHA’s commitment to design standards, technical proficiency and production discipline. Striving to foster a team spirit among the client, the design firm, and other consultants, KHA has managed the professional services on many celebrated architectural projects.

To add this event to your calendar, please click here.

For more information, please call 713-520-0155 or e-mail arch@aiahouston.org.

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