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      Education Portfolio

Moore Memorial USARC/AMSA

Owner:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Architect:
Mason and Hangar

Location:
Bryan, Texas


This Government Military Construction project consisted of the phased construction of multiple buildings on one site, including a 42,000 SF ARC Training Building, 7,800 SF Vehicle Organizational Maintenance Shop (OMS), unheated storage building, 1,800 SF Covered Wash Rack, and 65,000 SF heavy duty concrete organizational parking pavement. The facilities include classrooms, training areas, media centers, multimedia presentation areas, conference/meeting areas, physical fitness centers, locker rooms, restrooms, administrative offices, Army Reserve command support areas, arms vaults, SIPRNET café, unheated storage, equipment and tool storage areas, equipment and tool distribution center, vehicle/equipment maintenance bays, and landscaped outdoor recreation areas. This project achieved certified LEED Silver.



Chapel Complex & Religious Education Facility

Owner:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Architect:
GSC Architects

Location:
Fort Hood, Texas



This design-build project included the design and construction of a 32,900 square foot Army Standard (COS) Design Chapel Complex and a 10,000 square foot Religious Education Facility to accommodate from 600 to 1,200 attendees and to provide new administrative facilities for the Fort Hood Garrison Chaplain Command. The Contract required LEED Silver certification.  With a collaborative effort between Solis and the Corps of Engineers, LEED Gold certification was achieved at no additional cost to the Government.  This project is the Army’s first LEED Gold certified chapel.



Kappa Sigma Fraternity Lodge

Owner:
Texas Kappa Sigma Educational Foundation, Inc.

Architect:
Katheryn Lott Architect

Location:
Austin, Texas


Solis Constructors, Inc. successfully completed a replica stone lodge that includes demolition, earthwork, drilled piers, a soldier pier wall, retaining walls, site utilities, CIP concrete, concrete etching and staining, a wet pipe fire supression system, a commercial kitchen, authentic antique timber, FF+E fixtures, furnishings and equipment, an audio/PA system, landscaping, flagstone and paver, custom millwork and trim work, custom solid oak doors, a mass notification system, and MEP that includes refrigerant piping and gas piping.




Mexican American Cultural Center

Owner:
City of Austin

Architect:
CasaBella Architects

Location:
Austin, Texas



The Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center is an award winning 38,500 square foot cultural facility on a 4.44 acre site constructed for the City of Austin on the shores of Lady Bird Lake. The space includes three interconnected buildings consisting of a 300-seat theater, an art exhibit gallery, a two story crescent shaped building with administrative offices, classrooms, multimedia presentation areas, a reception area, and a large dance rehearsal studio. There are also extensive outdoor recreation areas. The entire design centers on a two acre zócalo that opens toward Lady Bird Lake and its hike and bike trail.  The “MACC” is an architectural icon of the community it represents.



Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity Dormitory

Owner:
SAE Texas Rho House Corporation

Architect:
Holland Architectural

Location:
Austin, Texas



Solis successfully completed new construction of a three (3) story, thirty-six (36) room dormitory for the University of Texas Chapter of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. The construction took place during the school year in the rear of the occupied fraternity house with very limited site access.



Martin Jr. High School

Owner:
Austin Independent School District

Architect:
Aguirre Corporation

Location:
Austin, Texas



This school renovation included the installation of four new heat recovery units to feed fresh air to existing mechanical rooms, including all associated work and moderate structural revisions; removal and replacement of built-up roof system; and remodeling of select areas throughout the school. The project schedule required work to be done during the summer months and into the beginning of the school year, allowing faculty operations to commence without interruption.


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