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Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford Completes TCU’s Scharbauer Hall, Reed Hall

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Fort Worth-based Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford completed its work on Texas Christian University’s Scharbauer Hall and Reed Hall, which will serve as the permanent home for the university’s Addran College.

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The conclusion of both projects also represents the final phase in the completion of TCU’s master plan for the West Campus quad and University Commons area, which was initiated with the new design and relocation of the Brown-Lupton University Union.

Scharbauer Hall becomes TCU’s first LEED- gold classroom/administrative facility. It’s also Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford’s second LEED gold higher-education project in North Texas. The Embrey Engineering Building for Southern Methodist University was completed in 2006.

As architect of record on the Scharbauer/Reed Hall project, Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford managed the day-to-day coordination of the university’s design architect, Cannon Design of New York, and general contractor Houston-based Linbeck out of its Fort Worth office.

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