DESIGNING BUILDINGS, BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS

 

BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS IS OUR DRIVING FORCE

 

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MULTI-FAMILY

We specialize in the multifamily industry from affordable to luxury housing.  We strive for excellence in the planning and design of multi-family projects.  We offer technical capabilities and expertise to take projects from initial concept to completion.

SENIOR LIVING

Senior living is a continuum of care that spans several project types based on the level of assistance needed by the residents.  We work closely with state agencies to provide licensed facilities ranging from Independent Senior Living to Skilled Nursing Facilities

STUDENT HOUSING

Ted Trout Architect & Associates designs inspiring environments that support students’ personal, social and academic success.  We work closely with universities, private developers and institutions on the design of student housing communities.

HUD PROJECTS

Our extensive HUD experience makes us familiar with the dynamics of designing under specific government regulations.  We understand the laws and responsibilities involving planning, designing and building under HUD guidelines.

COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE

Designing Buildings using current technologies and cost-effective architectural solutions sets us apart. Our commitment to design excellence together with responsive, client-sensitive solutions has produced millions of dollars worth of multifamily housing and commercial properties.

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RECENT ARTICLES

October 18, 2016 in City of Houston, Planning & Development

City of Houston to Change Dowling Street to Emancipation Avenue

Street Name Change Public Hearing On Thursday, October 27th at 2:30PM, The City of Houston is considering a proposal to rename Dowling Street to Emancipation Avenue. The Houston Planning Commission…

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October 6, 2016 in Multi-Family Living

Houston’s Metro Area Most Active City in US for Multifamily Residential Development

When the recession struck, Houston remained a powerhouse, thanks largely to the oil industry. It only lost one in 22 jobs when the crash hit; was the first city to…

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