The Historic San Jacinto Memorial Building in Houston, Texas is a three-story 180,000 SF building originally built in 1914. Now a part of Houston Community College, the building is currently undergoing a complete interior renovation and is being redeveloped as an administrative and academic classroom building. BRW is currently in the process of restoring the historic exterior of the building back to the glory of its original design. Additionally, the finished building interior design will highlight its history while creating state-of-the-art spaces for the College’s future academic and education environment.
Here is a look at the current progress on the project:
BRW principal, Lisa Lamkin AIA and Senior Associate Anne Hildenbrand, AIA recently published an article entitled “Reborn on the Bayou” in the October issue of College Planning and Management Magazine. Click here to view the article about the renovation of Houston’s San Jacinto Memorial Building for Houston Community College.