-A Dallas landmark, Old Parkland (formerly Parkland Hospital), has been restored over the last few years. SCHMIDT & STACY® is delighted to have worked on this iconic project. Recently, the West Campus won a lighting award from the IES.
-SCHMIDT & STACY® was proud to sponsor Collier’s fundraising event that benefited Vogel Alcove; a charity that strives to help Dallas children overcome effects of homelessness.
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-Thanksgiving Tower, a downtown Dallas landmark has been undergoing a revamp for the last two and a half years and we are proud to work on it!
-SCHMIDT & STACY® is proud to partner with Cristo Rey Dallas to provide two internships as part of their Corporate Work Study Program for a high school freshman and sophomore. Read more about Cristo Rey here.
-We are honored to be chosen as the recipient of the 2014 AIA Dallas Consultant of the Year Award
-David Schmidt, P.E. and President, is co-chairing Topping Out 2015, which honors outstanding built environments. #ToppingOutDFW
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-Strider Steele, P.E., one of our Electrical Engineers will be a guest speaker at the upcoming Energy Data Utilization Strategies Lunch & Learn
-Brandon Scharn, one of our Mechanical Engineers, serves as the Treasurer for the Dallas Chapter of ASHRAE.
-A few of our employees donated their time to work with TH+A Architects to dig and build garden beds for a non-profit, Vogel Alcove.
-One of our Plumbing Engineers, Troy Skiles, wrote an article that was published on the ASPE website regarding the lead free requirements that took effect on January 4, 2014.
-TRT Holdings Office Building wins ENR Texas & Louisiana top award for 2013
-Uptown’s landmark Crescent is getting an almost $65M makeover
-We are so proud to be on the Leadership Council for the Dallas 2030 District
-Check out our ongoing work at 1920 McKinney on this Construction Camera
-Our work with STAFFELBACH on the completed Epsilon Project