The Houston Police Department welcomed the community to the grand opening of their newest police sub-station, designed by RdlR and Roth Sheppard Architects. Learn more about the opening event here.
The 49,577 square foot facility sits on a 13 acre site and features a large community room, which is available for public use. In addition, a renovated park, including playground, expanded trails, and sports facilities was designed as part of the project.
The Houston District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI-Houston) announced 8 finalists for the 2018 Development of Distinction Awards. The prestigious award recognizes developments and public open spaces that demonstrate best practices in design, construction, economic viability, healthy places, marketing and management and is modeled after the national Urban Land Institute Global Awards for Excellence and Urban Open Space Awards.
Houston District Council Board Chair Bill Odle said “Each year, we see projects that are making a remarkable impact in the Houston market. These finalists set the standard for our world-class city and highlight our resilience and creativity.”
Learn more about our design for Carnegie Vanguard High School here.
A Mission of Hope
This award winning project is making a difference every day in the lives of people near and far. The Houston Food Bank is an exciting project all around. We believe the reason this facility is receiving so much notoriety is because it is so close to RdlR’s core mission- Creating spaces for the benefit of Humanity.