FKP Architects

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FKP Architects
Type Private
Industry Architecture
Headquarters Houston, Texas,
United States
Number of locations Charlotte, Dallas
Key people John Crane, CEO
Services Architecture, Interiors, Graphics, Planning
Website FKP Architects

FKP Architects is a large American architecture firm based in Houston, Texas. It specializes in the design of major academic, research, scientific, and healthcare projects.[1]

Awards[edit]

  • 2010 Top 100 Green Design Firm[2]
  • 2010 Best Higher Education/Research Project, Texas Construction Magazine: Rice University BioScience Research Collaborative
  • 2010 Award of Excellence, Higher Education/Research Project, Texas Construction Magazine: Texas A&M Health Science Center Health Professions Education Building
  • 2010 Best in Commercial Real Estate, San Antonio Business Journal: UT Health Science Center at San Antonio Medical Arts and Research Center
  • 2010 Landmark Award, Houston Business Journal: Texas Children's Hospital Feigin Center
  • 2009 Beacon Award for Critical Care Excellence, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, Children’s Hospital of Orange County Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
  • 2008 Merit Award for Urban Planning, American Society of Landscape Architects, Texas A&M Health Science Center
  • 2008 Landmark Award, Houston Business Journal: Memorial Hermann Hospital Southwest - Heart & Vascular Institute

Current and recent projects[edit]

The Texas Children's Hospital is one of FKP's largest projects

References[edit]

http://www.fkp.com/about_us/news/creating_a_rare_bond_texas_childrens_bridge

External links[edit]